Football Kenya Federation

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Rights to three of sub-Saharan Africa’s most popular domestic leagues are on the market, though their fortunes are likely to differ wildly.

The MP & Silva agency has gone back into business with the Football Kenya Federation, a year after a deal between the two fell apart amid allegations of forgery, fraud and embezzlement against then-FKF president Sam Nyamweya.

StarTimes is seeking to renegotiate its deal with the Football Kenya Federation days after a ‘war’ with pay-television rival SuperSport at Kenya’s Nyayo National Stadium.

The Football Kenya Federation is embroiled in two separate, but related, disputes which will have a major impact on how both domestic league and national team rights are sold.

Sub-Saharan African pay-television broadcaster StarTimes has agreed a long-term deal to broadcast the Kenyan Premier League from the 2020-21 season onwards

African pay-TV operator StarTimes has reopened negotiations with Kenya’s football authorities over broadcast rights for the country's Premier League and second-tier National Super League.

SuperSport, the pay-television broadcaster that operates in sub-Saharan Africa, has terminated a rights deal with the Kenyan Premier League top-tier domestic club football competition.