The Kenya Cup is the top tier club rugby union competition in Kenya organized by the Kenya Rugby Union. For the 2016-2017 season, twelve teams compete in two pools with the top six qualifying for a knock-out tournament to determine the overall winner. Games are played on Saturday afternoons usually preceded by corresponding fixtures in the Eric Shirley Shield.
Holders Kabras Sugar (2015–2016)
Most titles Nondescripts RFC (17 titles)
The Kenya Cup was founded in 1970 by the newly formed Kenya Rugby Football Union with the first tournament won by Impala RFC.
Kabras Sugar are the 2015–2016 champions after a 22-5 victory over Impala RFC in the final contested on 7 May 2016 at the Impala Club.
Kabras Sugar RFCKCB RFCMean Machine RFCMwamba RFCNakuru RFCWestern Bulls RFC
Blak Blad RFCHomeboyz RFCImpala SaracensKenya Harlequin F.C.Nondescripts RFCStrathmore Leos
CUEAJKUATKEMUMombasa RFCSouth Coast Pirates RCThika RFC
Bungoma RFCKisii RFCKisumu RFCMoi UniversityUniversity of EldoretUSIU-A
The previous champions of the Kenya Cup are:
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