Best Club Rugby Team In Kenya
1.KCB Rugby club. It is arguably the richest club in Kenya. They possess their own team bus that ferries players from one stadium to another. The club has of late won very many Kenya cups and other competitions hence boosting their income. The club also has branches and feeder teams across the country.
2.Kenya Harlequins. The club has risen to glory since 2011 having won the Kenya cup twice in a row. It was founded in 1923 and gained affiliation with the London Harlequins. The club has a lot of revenue collection hence it’s among the richest in the country. Having been sponsored by Sport Pesa earlier on, the club has the best training allowance scheme for its players.
3.Kabras RFC. Located in the heart of Kakamega County, the club is owned by the West Sugar Company which is commonly known as Kabras Sugar company. The club is fast rising to glory. The club offers full-time jobs where players work in the sugar company during the day and train in the evening. They are so rich such that they bring players from Fiji and Uganda.
4.Impala Saracens RFC. It was formed in the early 1930s by the old students of the Nairobi School. The club was sponsored by Resolution Insurance and have partnered with UK based Saracens Rugby Club. Here, all players have a medical cover and for every win, the players receive 3,500shs allowance. The players receive between 16,000 to 25,000 per month each.
5.Nakuru RFC. This club is proudly sponsored by the Top fry company. The club which is famously known as Wanyoree pays allowances daily for its training players.
6.Menengai Cream Homeboyz. The club is fast rising and pays its players per match and training allowances are given. It is sponsored by the Menengai company.
7. Mean Machine RFC. The club was founded in 1977 and represents the renown University of Nairobi.
8.Strathmore University Leos. The club whose main sponsor is the Strathmore University is really coming up so fast. The university has invested highly in the players scholarships and the club has some state of the art facilities. The club doesn’t pay any allowances to students but gives free scholarships.
9.Nondescripts RFC. It is probably one of the oldest clubs in the country having been formed in 1923 alongside Kenya Harlequins. This club is indeed rich as it has won more tournaments in Kenya than any other rugby club.
10.Mwamba RFC. Mwamba was founded in 1978 and has soon become a popular team to Kenyans. The club is very instrumental to the growth of the game in Kenya as most of its key players have featured in the national team.