Kenya will be the host for the 12th edition of the East African Community Military Games, which are scheduled to kick off on Tuesday 13 August at the Moi International Sports Center (MISC) Kasarani.
With the games set to feature a number of sports disciplines, Kenyan Premier League (KPL) side Ulinzi Stars will be the country’s representative in football.
The team will be looking to mount a successful defence of the title it won two years ago when the games were hosted in Bujumbura, Burundi and to start off the quest, Kenya will face off with Burundi on Tuesday 13 August starting 3.30pm EAT.
Uganda, Tanzania, South Sudan and Rwanda are the other nations that will be gracing the games, though South Sudan will not have a football team.
Kenya’s second game of the competition comes on Friday 16 August, against Uganda at 3.00pm EAT then Tanzania will follow on Monday 19 August at 3pm EAT.
Kenya’s schedule will end with the final football game of the competition, against Rwanda on Friday 23 August at 11am EAT.