Deaf Football Federation of Kenya


In the heart of East Africa, football fans from Kenya and Uganda came together to witness a historic showdown between Eastleigh DFC and Sun City DFC. This much-anticipated match promised excitement and passion, and it certainly lived up to expectations. The Kenyan team, Eastleigh DFC, faced off against their Ugandan rivals, Sun City DFC, in a match that left spectators on the edge of their seats until the very last moment.

As the referee blew the whistle to start the game, both teams took to the field with unwavering determination. The atmosphere in the stadium was electrifying, with fans waving flags and chanting in support of their respective teams. Eastleigh Deaf FC having travelled the night to Uganda , they promised nothing short of the best for their comrades. Each pass, each tackle, and every shot on goal intensified the fierce competition between these two football giants.

Throughout the match, Sun City DFC showcased their prowess, taking the lead with a tantalizing 2-1 scoreline. The home crowd erupted in jubilation, anticipating a victory for their beloved team. The Kenyan players, however, refused to back down. Fuelled by the cheers of their devoted supporters, Eastleigh DFC mounted a relentless offensive, leaving no stone unturned in their quest to equalize.

From the kickoff, Yahye Bashir of Eastleigh DFC proved to be the driving force behind his team’s offensive prowess. With his dazzling footwork and tactical brilliance, he terrorized Sun city’s defense throughout the game. Bashir’s early goals set the tone for the match, scoring twice to announce his intent and give Eastleigh DFC an early advantage. His exploits on the pitch demonstrated why he was a force to be reckoned with. Eastleigh DFC launched a spectacular comeback, the last-minute goal brought the score to an exhilarating 2-2 draw.

With neither team willing to back down, the match headed into a nerve-wracking penalty shootout. The pressure was palpable, as players stepped up to take their chances from the penalty spot. It was a true test of nerves, skill, and mental fortitude.

Eastleigh DFC’s players displayed exceptional composure, converting their penalties with precision and determination. With each successful shot, the cheers from their supporters grew louder. On the other hand, Sun City DFC’s players faced an uphill battle as the penalties didn’t go in their favor. Despite their best efforts, the Ugandan team struggled to find the back of the net consistently.

When the final whistle blew, Eastleigh DFC emerged victorious with a 5-3 triumph in the penalty shootout. It was a testament to their resilience and unity as a team. Among the Eastleigh DFC players who stepped up during the penalty shootout was Muinde Mwea,Daniel Muriithi, Naaleye Bashir, Johnson muthii and Yahye Bashir . Amidst the elation of their win, the Kenyan players extended their hands in a display of sportsmanship, consoling their Ugandan counterparts who fought valiantly throughout the match.

The match between Eastleigh DFC and Sun City DFC will forever be etched in the memories of football fans in both Kenya and Uganda. It was a rollercoaster of emotions, filled with highs and lows, as the two teams battled for supremacy on the pitch. The game showcased the true spirit of sportsmanship and camaraderie, uniting fans from different nations under the banner of football. As the teams shook hands at the end of the match, they demonstrated that beyond the rivalry, the beautiful game of football brings people together in the spirit of healthy competition and respect.

Even as the Federation seeks more competition in an aim to grow Deaf football around the country and the East Africa, we believe that such friendly competitions carry promising returns . the federation is also in an arrangement to seeing a friendly match Flamingo Deaf FC and a hearing team in Nakuru, Kivumbini United F.C.


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