This is a list of all stadiums in Kenya with their given sitting capacities. Most of the stadiums in Kenya are utilized for sports such as football matches and political rallies.
Moi International Sports Centre in Kasarani, which was opened in August 1987, is the largest stadium in Kenya, with a capacity of 65,000, while Nyayo National Stadium is the second largest stadium in Kenya, with a sitting capacity of 30,000. The newly opened Bukhungu Stadium in Kakamega County also boasts a sitting capacity of about 30,000.
Below is a list of all Stadiums in Kenya with their respective sitting capacities.
|1||Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani||60,000||Nairobi|
|2||Nyayo National Stadium||30,000||Nairobi|
|6||Moi Kinoru Stadium||18,000||Meru|
|7||Nairobi City Stadium||15,000||Nairobi|
|9||Mombasa Municipal Stadium||10,000||Mombasa|
|10||Kipchoge Keino Stadium||10,000||Uasin Gishu|
|11||Mumias Sports Complex||10,000||Kakamega|
|14||Awendo Green Stadium||5,000||Migori|
|16||Thika Municipal Stadium||5,000||Kiambu|
|17||Chemelil Sports Complex||5,000||Kisumu|
|18||Moi Stadium Kisumu||5,000||Kisumu|
|19||Hope Center Kawangware||5,000||Nairobi|
|21||Kericho Green Stadium||5,000||Kericho|
|25||Uwanja wa Mbuzi stadium||3,000||Mombasa|
|26||Mbaraki Sports Club Stadium||3,000||Mombasa|
|27||Gikambura 11-Aside Stadium||3000||Kiambu|
|28||Ligi Ndogo Grounds||2,000||Nairobi|
|29||Camp Toyoyo Stadium||1,000||Nairobi|