Nakuru Athletic Club

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Nakuru Athletic Club is a sports club located in Nakuru capital of Rift Valley Province, Kenya. The club also has a cricket team playing in the Rift Valley cricket league. The club ground has hosted many High profile cricket games including a game featuring Rift Valley Cricket Association XI v Minor Counties of England.

The Nakuru Athletic Club is also home ground for Nakuru RFC, a local rugby union team.[1]

Nakuru Athletic club has also a field hockey team playing in the National League.[2]

Nakuru's football team, Nakuru AllStars, who play in the Nationwide Division, has their training sessions at Nakuru Athletic Ground. [3]

FG Soccer Academy - Nakuru's premier soccer academy, a non for profit soccer school that combines football, character development and eductation also uses Nakuru Athletic Ground as their training complex

FG academy players form the under 13 side training at the Nakuru Athletic Club

Under the colonial rule, indigenous Kenyan were barred from Nakuru Athletic Club. Thus they were using the “African Sports Stadium,” now known as Afraha Stadium.[4]


  1. ^, January 29, 2011: Nakuru Humiliate Mwamba in Kenya Cup
  2. ^ Kenya Hockey Union, March 21, 2011: ‘Coolie’ powers Simba past Wazalendo as Greensharks triumps
  3. ^ FG soccer academy training complex websiite [1]
  4. ^ "Africa for Real Podcasts - Useful Links". Retrieved 2018-04-20.