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Local & Regional Tournaments

Express soccer teams will attend additional tournaments during the soccer year. These tournaments provide high level competition in and out of the country, expose our teams to high school, international and college coaches and talent scouts and offer a way for our teams to spend time off the field with each other.

With guidance from the Academy Director, and our lead coaches select these tournaments with appropriate level of competition, affordability, and availability of players in mind.

Here are the three main Local and Regional Tournaments that we usually participate in:
1. Rausha Kipaji
2. Raising Stars League
3. Express Sc Supercup
4. Arusha Chipukizi Tournament

 

ausha Kipaji

Express Soccer Academy usually participates in the Rausha Kipaji soccer tournament, held at Athletco club stadium in Nakuru each year. This event brings together teams and academies from East Africa.

Being a competitive tournament, we usually present the best players from our academy selected from the stars group in Under 7/8, U9/10, U11/12 and U13/15.

Our players always take some time out to tour lake Nakuru National Park and Menengai craters, the tourist attraction sites around Nakuru.

Raising Stars

 

Accenture Raising Stars Junior League,an initiative of Express Soccer Academy,is a Junior Football League.

Features U9, U11,U13,U15 and U17 teams drawn from Clubs/Academies in Nairobi and its environs. Matchdays are slated for every other Sunday of the Month in the afternoons.

Express SC Supercup

 

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Arusha Chipukizi Tournament

The Chipkizi Cup is the largest East African youth football tournament in Tanzania. Each year, around 95 teams with 1300 boys and girls from 4 African nations take part and play circa 360 games on 10 fields.

Over the last 8 years the Chipkizi Cup has become an established football tournament. Until 2020 Future Stars Academy aims to make an independent East African Tournament out of the Chipkizi Cup and attract more teams from inside Tanzania and neighbouring countries, not only to play football but moreover to endorse social cohesion.

For the past two years the Chipkizi Cup has also been visited by national and international scouts looking for fresh football talent.