The Football Kenya Federation National Executive Committee has set new dates for the 2022/2023 season.

In a meeting on Wednesday, the committee passed that the previous season largely seen by the FKF Caretaker Committee was null and void and hence there will be no relegation and promotion with the move set to have Mathare United stay in the Premier League.

In a communication released to the public on Wednesday through CEO Barry Otieno, the committee noted:  

1. That the 2021/2022 FKF Premier League, National Super League, Women Premier League, Men’s Division One, and Women’s Division One leagues will not be recognized and have been declared null and void.

2. That there will be no promotion or relegation in the FKF Premier League, National Super League and Women Premier League.

3. That the FKF Men’s Division One and FKF Women’s Division One leagues will neither promote nor relegate.

4. That 2021/2022 FKF Division Two, Regional and County leagues run by FKF Branches, in accordance with the FKF statutes and the FKF Rules and Regulations(2019) Governing Kenyan Football shall be recognized and their decisions upheld.

5. That the 2021/2022 FKF Division Two, Regional, and County leagues will promote and relegate clubs in their respective tiers.

6. That the Men’s and Women’s Division One leagues will be expanded for the season 2022/2023 to include teams promoted from the FKF Div Two and Women’s Regional Leagues, respectively.

7. That the FKF Women’s Div One and FKF Men’s Division One league will be regularised in the 2023/2024 league season.

8. That the Kick off date for the FKF Premier league be November 19, 2022, and National Super League be November 26, 2022.

9. That the Kick-off dates for the FKF Women Premier League, Women’s Div One league, and Men’s Division One league by December 3, 2022.

According to Barry, the resolutions were arrived at after being guided by FKF Statutes, FIFA statutes, FKF Rules and Regulations (2019), and the Sports Dispute Tribunal rulings on a number of cases filed at the Tribunal, regarding the 2021/2022 League season.

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