Kenyan Women's Premier League
|Number of teams||15|
|Level on pyramid||1|
|Relegation to||Division One|
The Kenyan Women's Premier League (also known as the FKF Girls' Premier League) is the top tier women's football league in the Kenyan football league system. It is controlled by the Football Kenya Federation.
The first women's football league in Kenya has been created in 1985. In 2010 no league was running any more because of financial problems. UNICEF and the Kenyan government then sponsored the new league. In 2013 the sponsorship was ended, leaving the league unfinished mid-season.
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