The visiting representative of English Championship side Hull City, spent the morning of their final day in Kenya at the Hope Centre in Kawagware where they ran a training clinic covering football drills and coaching tips to Vapour FC and Kangemi Patriots.
Meanwhile, the Hull City medical team successfully conducted a medical sports science workshop with SPL, NSL, WPL and Division One league officials who are now equipped with better strengthening and conditioning skills.
As part of SportPesa’s Kits For Africa campaign, the Hull City team donated kits to 25 grassroot football teams in Kibera.
Together with SportPesa, the Tigers visited Shining Hope For Communities (SHOFCO) in Kibera where they met members of the community and visited various projects.
“Football ⚽ is a universal language.”
— SportPesa (@SportPesa) May 15, 2018
During their time in Kibera, the team also found out how Kenyan staple food Ugali is made.
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The team rounded off their day by visiting the iconic Carnivore restaurant for some authentic Kenyan cuisine.
— Carnivore Nairobi (@CarnivoreKe) May 15, 2018
This end-of-season trip was part of City’s sponsorship deal with Kenyan betting firm SportPesa and during their time in Kenya, the team stayed at the five star Sankara Hotel in Westlands.