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Mumias Sports Complex is a multi-use stadium in Mumias, Kenya. It is used mostly for football matches and was the home stadium of the defunct Mumias Sugar F.C. The stadium holds 10,000 people. This was one of the venues for the 2009 CECAFA Cup held in Kenya between 28 November and 12 December 2009.For the 2011 season and following a big money sponsorship deal by the Mumias Sugar company, local giants AFC Leopards SC, popularly known as Ingwe, will use both the Nyayo national stadium and the Mumias sports complex as their home ground. The first match to be played by Ingwe at the Mumias Sports Complex in the 2011 season was against Karuturi sports which Ingwe won 1–0. Notably, the AFC Leopards VS Gor Mahia tie which had earlier been scheduled for the Moi International Sports Center Kasarani

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  • Mumias Sports Complex is a multi-use stadium in Mumias, Kenya. It is used mostly for football matches and was the home stadium of the defunct Mumias Sugar F.C. The stadium holds 10,000 people. This was one of the venues for the 2009 CECAFA Cup held in Kenya between 28 November and 12 December 2009.For the 2011 season and following a big money sponsorship deal by the Mumias Sugar company, local giants AFC Leopards SC, popularly known as Ingwe, will use both the Nyayo national stadium and the Mumias sports complex as their home ground. The first match to be played by Ingwe at the Mumias Sports Complex in the 2011 season was against Karuturi sports which Ingwe won 1–0. Notably, the AFC Leopards VS Gor Mahia tie which had earlier been scheduled for the Moi International Sports Center Kasarani (MISC) on June 5th will be played at the Mumias Sports Complex KPL Pace setters Tusker Fc are said to have opted to take their crunch tie against Gor Mahia Fc on May 21st to the Mumias Sports complex too. The tie had been set to be played at the MISC but the stadium will not be ready in time. Most recently, Vihiga United has been using it as their home for the Kenyan Premier League while Nzoia Sugar FC has ask been using it occasionally. (en)
  • Het Mumias Sportcomplex is een multifunctioneel stadion in Mumias, een stad in Kenia. Het stadion wordt vooral gebruikt voor voetbalwedstrijden, de voetbalclub maakte gebruik van dit stadion (die club is inmiddels opgeheven). Er is plaats voor 10.000 toeschouwers in dit stadion. In 2009 werd van dit stadion gebruik gemaakt voor de CECAFA Cup 2009, het toernooi dat van 28 november tot 13 december 2009 in Kenia werd gehouden. In dit stadion werd 6 (groeps)wedstrijden gespeeld. Ook in 2017 wordt dit stadion gebruikt voor de CECAFA Cup 2017. (nl)
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  • Het Mumias Sportcomplex is een multifunctioneel stadion in Mumias, een stad in Kenia. Het stadion wordt vooral gebruikt voor voetbalwedstrijden, de voetbalclub maakte gebruik van dit stadion (die club is inmiddels opgeheven). Er is plaats voor 10.000 toeschouwers in dit stadion. In 2009 werd van dit stadion gebruik gemaakt voor de CECAFA Cup 2009, het toernooi dat van 28 november tot 13 december 2009 in Kenia werd gehouden. In dit stadion werd 6 (groeps)wedstrijden gespeeld. Ook in 2017 wordt dit stadion gebruikt voor de CECAFA Cup 2017. (nl)
  • Mumias Sports Complex is a multi-use stadium in Mumias, Kenya. It is used mostly for football matches and was the home stadium of the defunct Mumias Sugar F.C. The stadium holds 10,000 people. This was one of the venues for the 2009 CECAFA Cup held in Kenya between 28 November and 12 December 2009.For the 2011 season and following a big money sponsorship deal by the Mumias Sugar company, local giants AFC Leopards SC, popularly known as Ingwe, will use both the Nyayo national stadium and the Mumias sports complex as their home ground. The first match to be played by Ingwe at the Mumias Sports Complex in the 2011 season was against Karuturi sports which Ingwe won 1–0. Notably, the AFC Leopards VS Gor Mahia tie which had earlier been scheduled for the Moi International Sports Center Kasarani (en)
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