Ten times Cup champions AFC Leopards takes on Police FC in the FKF Cup semis on Sunday, 26th May 2024, at Police Sacco Grounds. This will the third meeting between the two sides this season and  the second  time this month.

In our last fixture, we defeated  Police FC  by a solitary goal scored by Victor Omune in the FKF-PL match played at Dandora Stadium. With both sides having missed on the title this is their only  chance to win a silverware  this season that comes with an opportunity to play in CAF Confederations Cup.

Word from the Team:

“Tomorrow’s semi-final match against Police FC is a pivotal moment for our team this season. We have worked hard to get to this point and need to bring our best game and give everything we’ve got on the field. Every player is fully committed to giving their best performance, and we are ready to face the challenge head-on. To our amazing fans, your support means the world to us. Your energy and encouragement drive us forward, especially in critical matches like this one. We need you to stand with us, cheer us, and believe in us as we fight for victory, ” says captain Cliff Miheso

“It is a very important game to everyone in the team. We are all dependent on the result of this match and as players, we are working hard  and ready to conquer to reach the final  and to bring the Cup to Den.  It will be a difficult game because we are playing against a team with quality players . To our fans , kindly turn up in numbers and support the boys, ”  says  striker Arthur Gitego the current FKF Cup top scorer with 5 goals.

“As players, we all know the importance  of this match. It is our only chance  to win silverware  this season. We will do anything possible to make sure that we qualify for the finals.” Goalkeeper Levis Opiyo

“This is  a very important match to the AFC Leopards family. We are going to give it our all and make sure that the outcome  will favor us. We request our fans to come out and give us that support throughout the ninety minutes.” Ken Owino

“Tomorrow’s  match  is a very important match for the  entire AFC Leopards fraternity. It is a do or die match, a final before the real final. On my part, I urge my fellow  teammates to give their all-in order for us to move to the next final step closer to winning the trophy, which is our main aim .” Vincent Mahiga

The match kicks off at 3.00pm. Main stand tickets will be sold for 500/= while terrace tickets at 200/=

Tickets will be available on match day starting at 8.00AM, at Jeevanjee Gardens and  Outside Police Stadium (opposite the main gate).