Sofapaka F.C.

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Sofapaka
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watoto wa Mungu
Full name Sote kama Familia kwa Pamoja Kuafikia Azimio Football Club
Nickname(s) Batoto ba Mungu
(Children of God)
Founded 2004
Ground Kenyatta Stadium, Nairobi
Ground Capacity 5,000
Chairman Democratic Republic of the Congo Elly Kalekwa
Head coach Sam Timbe
League Kenyan Premier League
2013 3rd

Sofapaka Football Club (Sofapaka: Sote kama Familia kwa Pamoja Kuafikia Azimio - Kiswahili: We as a Family together to achieve a goal) is a football club, based in Nairobi. They play their home games at the Nyayo National Stadium.

History[edit]

The club originates from the men’s fellowship of the MAOS Ministries football team founded in 2002, which took part in inter-church competitions. In 2004, Elly Kalekwa took over the team and formed Sofapaka, and eventually joined the Nationwide league.[1] The team won the President's Cup in 2007, while still playing in the Nationwide League.

Achievements[edit]

2009.
2007, 2010.
2009. 2010

Performance in CAF competitions[edit]

2010 – Preliminary Round
2008 – Disqualified
2011 – Play-off Round

Current squad[edit]

As of 12 March 2014.[2]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Kenya GK Duncan Ochieng' (captain)
Kenya GK David Okello
Kenya GK Barnabas Tiema
Kenya DF Eugene Asike
Kenya DF Yusuf Juma
Kenya DF Haevenar Maloba
Democratic Republic of the Congo DF Felly Mulumba (vice-captain)
Uganda DF Anthony Ndolo
Kenya DF George Owino
Kenya DF Collins Shivachi
Kenya DF Thomas Wanyama
Kenya MF Elli Asieche
Uganda MF Johnson Bagoole
No. Position Player
Burundi MF Celestin Habonimana
Kenya MF Danson Kago
Democratic Republic of the Congo MF Patrick Kagogo
Kenya MF Anthony Kimani
Kenya MF Humphrey Mieno
Kenya MF Clifton Miheso
Kenya MF John Njoroge
Kenya MF Maurice Odipo
Kenya FW Enoch Agwanda
Kenya FW John Baraza
Burundi FW Fiston Abdul Razak
Uganda FW Mustafa Kasolo
Kenya FW Juma Noor

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sofapaka history
  2. ^ "Sofapaka - Players". Sofapaka F.C. Retrieved 12 May 2012. 

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