Last updated : 02/09/2023 00:09:57
FC Kongowea KUSC - PSG are a Saturday football team made up of 57 team members.
The team is from Kenya and play in the South Coast Provincial League Kisauni.
FC Kongowea KUSC - PSG started using TeamStats in August 2014 and so far have created match reports and statistics for 18 games.
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Fc Kongowea is a team from Mombasa,Kenya (estd 1970) Manager:Said Jamii Chairman:Rama Kimanthi Coach:Benjamin Tole Club Captain:Khatib Moh'd
FC Kongowea KUSC - PSG
FC Kongowea KUSC - PSG is a football team based in Kongowea, Kenya. They play in the South Coast Provincial League Kisauni, which is the fourth tier of the Kenyan football league system.
The team was founded in 2014 and has been playing in the South Coast Provincial League since then. They have never won the league title, but they finished as runners-up in the 2019/20 season.
The team is made up of 57 players, mostly from the Kongowea area. They are coached by David Omondi.
The team's home ground is the Kongowea Stadium.
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- South Coast Provincial League - Football Kenya
South Coast Provincial League
The South Coast Provincial League is an amateur football league in Kenya. It is the fourth tier in the Kenyan football league system, below the FKF Division One, the Kenyan National Super League, and the Kenyan Premier League.
The league consists of teams from the Coast Province of Kenya. The current champions are Bandari FC.
The league was founded in 2014, after the Kenyan Regional Leagues were taken down from the third tier to give way to the Kenyan National Super League.
The league is played in a round-robin format, with each team playing each other team once. The top two teams at the end of the season are promoted to the FKF Division One.
The South Coast Provincial League is a stepping stone for many young players who aspire to play professional football. It is also a popular league for local fans, who enjoy watching the games and supporting their local teams.