Football is the most famous sport globally with ability to connect various cultures as well as empowering communities; Bharti Airtel Kenya has introduced what seems to be its own version of Sakata ball with greater rewards. Safaricom is Kenya’s biggest mobile service provider by market share followed by Airtel, over the past few years; the country’s largest service provider initiated Sakata Ball (a school based football competition) program. Emerging reports indicate, Airtel has started its own version of the competition where winners will pocket cash prize as well as train at Manchester United Soccer Schools camp based in Tanzania.
- National Tournament Winner: Kshs.50,000 worth of books, 2nd Runners Up: Kshs.50,000 worth of books
- Soccer Clinic: 4 youths (2 girls and 2 boys) will get chance to train at Manchester United Soccer Schools Camp in Tanzania.