Harambee Starlets will face off Ghana in the second leg of their Olympics qualifier at the Moi International Sports Center Kasarani on Tuesday, October 8.
In a bid to attract more fans to support the girls at the Stadium, the Football Kenya Federation has waived off all gate charges for anyone willing to make his or her way to Kasarani.
This as the Starlets look to qualify for the fourth qualifying round of the knockout competition, whose winner gets a chance to grace the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, Japan.
Kenya played out a barren draw with Ghana in the first leg and head coach David Ouma is confident that his team will get the job done at home.
, “I have high expectations for a positive result in the game tomorrow since we are playing at home, in familiar grounds. We have learned Ghana’s strengths and weaknesses as a team and will use them to our advantage.”
FKF President, Nick Mwendwa, meanwhile, expressed optimism in the game tomorrow.
“Ghana is a strong team that has reached the world cup and had never drawn with any other team so far apart from us, therefore, I feel the team is ready to play the game and give us a positive result,” said the president, Nick Mwendwa.
The match kicks off at 4 PM.