Matatu culture is part of living in Nairobi City and the transport means used by all. Soccer fans use their own cars, buses and matatus for traveling to away matches.
Matatu culture is part of living in Nairobi City and the transport means used by all. Soccer fans use their own cars, buses and matatus for traveling to away matches.With the new artistic decorations though, AFC Leopards fans seem to have pulled a fast one on how to choose their travel means. Check out photos of how Ingwe fans set Thika ablaze with nganya za Nai.
Leopards is a blue, red, white and black family with some gold too and yeah, that was the colour they chose.
Amani Woodley fans chose to have a Lionpard-branded bus for their ride.
Isukuti tunes rent the air in the sea of blue and white in Thika
Kayole pulling a Bully to get them into Thika town for the tie against Nakumatt.
Well in, Kisumu City Branch was present. The Kisumu-based fans made the six hour journey to grace the opening fixture of the league.
Lucky Summer Branch summed up their message in the banner… Ofcourse choosing the Club’s old crests of Obulala naamani.
Ingwe fans making their loud entry to Thika… kudandia ni kawaida!
This Ongata Line mat stole the show fitting into the Leopards’ colours.
The punisher was present too.. Indeed a message to Nakumatt as they got punished with three lashes.
Kudandia mat is a culture soccer fans love. Quite risky though.
Remember this one from Pipeline Branch..
I got this… Cool down guys.. Kiongera seems to motion to the enthusiastic traveling party as he scored his season’s opener.
With AFC Leopards setting off to a winning start since promotion in 2009, the season may just see more pomp and colour from the fans.
Next match is in Machakos and we can guess how competitive the travelling party will be in choosing their matatus…