Stadium Profile

Moi International Sports Stadium, Kasarani

The Moi International Sports Centre was constructed in 1987 by the Kenyan government in partnership with the Chinese government. Located approximately 15km from Nairobi City Centre, the Moi International Sports Centre is located in Kasarani along the busy Thika SuperHighway. This multi-purpose complex is the largest stadium in Kenya with a 60,000 seat arena aside from VIP lounges and hospitality suites. Similarly, the sports complex boasts of other crucial services and facilities such as modern changing rooms, mini shops, restaurants, internet hot spots, press and media areas, 6 conference rooms each with a capacity of 60 people.

The facilities are well equipped with state-of-the-art running tracks, football and rugby pitches, an Olympic size swimming pool, an indoor arena and a 108-capacity hotel. The stadium’s strategic location and its many amenities make it ideal for hosting all sports such as Athletics, Football Basketball, Tennis, Rugby, Swimming and a host of Indoor games at world-class standards.

The Kasarani stadium located within the Moi International Sports Centre hosted the 2017 World U18 Championships in Athletics and the 2021 World Athletics U20 Championships. World-class preparations were undertaken to host the last leg of the 2021 World Continental Tour dubbed the Kip Keino Classic on 18th September 2021 in Nairobi, Kenya.

The 3rd edition of this Continental Tour was held at the same venue on 7th May 2022. It was as intriguing as the previous edition where local and international athletes competed against each other spike against heel leaving the spectators hysterical and on their feet—a vivid memory for all who were present at the venue.

The 4th edition may come with its share of surprises as new and existing contenders battle it out on the Tatum track arena against the champions.

Do not miss out on this spell-binding action!

Save the date: 13th May 2023.

See you all there!