Kenya national rugby sevens team
|Union||Kenya Rugby Union|
|Emblem(s)||The African lion|
|Most caps||Humphrey Kayange (67)|
|Top scorer||Collins Injera (1211)|
|Most tries||Collins Injera (235)|
|World Cup Sevens|
|Appearances||4 (First in 2001)|
|Best result||3rd place (2009)|
The Kenya national rugby sevens team competes in the World Rugby Sevens Series, Rugby World Cup Sevens and the Commonwealth Games. They are currently one of the 15 "core teams" of the World Series, with a guaranteed place in all ten events each season. Kenya recorded its first tournament win in the 2015–16 World Rugby Sevens Series after beating Fiji at the 2016 Singapore Sevens.
- Main Cup winners at the 2016 Singapore Sevens
- Semi finalists at the 2009 and 2013 Rugby World Cup Sevens
- Main cup finalists at the 2009 Adelaide Sevens and the 2013 Wellington Sevens
- Won the Team of the Year category for men at the Kenyan Sports Personality of the Year Awards:
- Safari Sevens winners
- 1997 versus Cumbria Schoolboys 24–27,
- 2000 Kenya 'A' (Shujaa) won, defeating Bristol University RFC, 26–24
- 2003 versus Emerging Springboks 29–7,
- 2004 versus Emerging Springboks 10–7,
- 2008 versus Zimbabwe 35–12,
- 2009 versus Emerging Springboks 40–19,
- 2010 versus Emerging Springboks 17–12,
- 2014 versus Australia Renegades 40-7,
- 2016 versus Samurai International 38-21.
A red box around the year indicates tournaments played within Kenya
|Olympics Games record|
Rugby World Cup Sevens
|World Cup record|
|1993||Did not qualify|
|1997||Did not participate|
Africa Cup Sevens
|Africa Cup Sevens record|
The following is the Kenya roster in the men's rugby sevens tournament of the 2016 Summer Olympics.
Head coach: Benjamin Ayimba
|#||Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Events||Points||Union|
|1||BK||Oscar Ayodi||21 September 1989 (aged 26)||26||180||Homeboyz|
|2||FW||Bush Mwale||14 November 1993 (aged 22)||13||75||Homeboyz|
|3||FW||Oscar Ouma Achieng||03 May 1989 (aged 27)||32||320||Nakuru|
|4||BK||Lugonzo Ligamy||29 July 1992 (aged 24)||10||51||Homeboyz|
|5||BK||Billy Odhiambo||07 November 1993 (aged 22)||27||250||Strathmore University|
|6||FW||Humphrey Kayange||20 July 1982 (aged 34)||67||799||Mwamba|
|7||BK||Biko Adema||01 September 1987 (aged 28)||53||702||Nondescripts|
|8||FW||Andrew Amonde (c)||25 December 1983 (aged 32)||48||170||Kenya Commercial Bank|
|9||FW||Dennis Ombachi||14 December 1991 (aged 24)||22||130||Mwamba|
|10||BK||Samuel Oliech||15 December 1993 (aged 22)||6||99||Impala Saracens|
|11||BK||Collins Injera||18 October 1986 (aged 29)||66||1,211||Mwamba|
|12||FW||Willy Ambaka||14 May 1990 (aged 26)||29||325||Kenya Harlequin|
|2015–16 Sevens Series|
Notable former players
Kenya have sometimes mistakenly been referred to as Shujaa by the international press; in fact Shujaa are the Kenya sevens 'A' (or second) team. Shujaa is a Swahili word (also used as a boys' name) meaning courage, confidence, bravery, prowess or heroism.
- Rugby union in Kenya
- Kenya national rugby union team
- Sevens World Series
- Rugby World Cup Sevens
- Safari Sevens
- "Sevens Stats: Kenya". Retrieved May 23, 2016.
- "Kenya Sevens make history". Retrieved April 19, 2016.
- SOYA Awards – 2007 winners!
- KBC, 24 January 2009: Jelimo and Wanjiru crowned best sports personalities
- "Kenya 7s – Olympic Games Men's Sevens". World Rugby. Retrieved 24 July 2016.
- "Kenya Squad". Retrieved May 25, 2016.