Jonathan Jackson


Patrick Korir


Sanjin Alagic

Head Coach

Goal Keepers

Levis 'Lovae' Opiyo

An astute keeper formerly with Kenyan Premier League sides Thika United, Western Stima, Posta Rangers & Mathare United. A Member of German side Fortuna Babelsberg in 2018.

23 - Levis 'Lovae' Opiyo

Ronny Kagunzi

Ronny is a former Gor Mahia, Sony Sugar, Nakuru AllStars and Ushuru keeper who first arrived at City Stars in 2012 for two seasons. He returned to City Stars in 2015 for two seasons and was back again in 2018. 

1 - Ronny Kagunzi


Salim 'Shitu' Abdalla

A Solid defender, Shitu arrives after two years at AFC Leopards. His football gradually scaled upwards since winning Sakata Ball with Bukembe in 2010 earning moves to Ligi Ndogo, Sofapaka, Posta Rangers then to Leopards

4 - Salim 'Shitu' Abdalla

Elvis 'Elvo' Ojiambo

The youngster Ojiambo, a sure passer, playing ahead of defense is in line for the National team from his commanding displays. The Jagiet Secondary alumnus joins in after two years at Kiber a Black Stars. 

2 - Elvis 'Elvo' Ojiambo

Wesley 'Wiseman' Onguso

The Kericho-born is a renown left back and a commander of the left channel. Played for Premier League side Posta Rangers , Mathare United, Sofapaka, Western Stima & Gor Mahia He won the 2017 CECAFA Senior challenge Cup with Kenya and has six caps for the National team. 

5 - Wesley 'Wiseman' Onguso

Cornelius 'Mangoria' Mwangi

A no-nonsense centerback comes in from coastal side Magongo Rangers. The Nakuru-born previously turned out for home teams St. Joseph’s, Nakuru AllStars, Zoo Kericho, Mathare United and Finlays FC

24 - Cornelius 'Mangoria' Mwangi

Calvin Masawa

Masawa is City Stars longest serving player since joining in from Migori in 2011. He has seen it all, all of the team’s rough patch over the years, but has never quit! 

8 - Calvin Masawa

Eric 'Cantona' Ochieng

A shield to defenders, ‘Cantona’ boast of three Premier League titles with Gor Mahia from 2013-2015. Bandari and Sofapaka are part of his alumnus. He joins City Stars fresh after leading Wazito to the Premier League. 

13 - Eric 'Cantona' Ochieng

Noah 'Baba' Abich

Discovered and nurtured in the sugar belt area, Abich is regarded as one of Kenya’s finest dead ball specialists. Leave all the penalties and freekicks to him!

17 - Noah 'Baba' Abich


Anthony ‘Muki’ Kimani

The 2011 Kenyan Premier League midfielder of the year is returning home Nairobi City Stars, a club he turned out for from 2006-2008 before heading to Sofapaka for five years then to Bandari. 

30 - Anthony ‘Muki’ Kimani

Kevin Chumsy Okumu

Call him master of the right channel. Chumsy is your right wing operator who’s at home as a right back as well as right winger. When others give 100% he is said to give a work rate of 200% in every game.

28 - Kevin Chumsy Okumu

Stephen ‘City’ Mweni

The exciting winger from Majengo, Mombasa onboards experiences from Premier League side Ulinzi Stars, Nzoia Sugar and Muhoroni Youth. He arrives from Magongo Rangers.

19 - Stephen ‘City’ Mweni

Heritier 'Ndombele' Luvualu

Capped twice by DR Congo, Luvualu commands the left wing as his own, and with experiences from Sofapaka, Bidco United and Thika United, is a great asset to Simba wa Nairobi.

7 - Heritier 'Ndombele' Luvualu

Nahashon 'Thiosh' Thiong'o

The roving winger, at home to the left and right, joins in from Mt. Kenya United. The tactical midfielder once featured for JMJ Academy, Gor Mahia Youth, and Magongo Rangers.

10 - Nahashon 'Thiosh' Thiong'o

Peter 'Wine' Wainaina

He was once in the bracket of leading Belgian sides Germinal Beerschot and KAS Eupen before returning to Kenyan to join AFC Leopards in 2010.and later joing City Stars in 2016. 

15 - Peter 'Wine' Wainaina


Ebrima Sanneh

Fresh from winning the Gambian Premier League in 2014, Sanneh travelled to join City Stars on loan and was key to the team’s relegation survival the next year. He’s a header specialist and it will always make the news should he score with his feet. 

29 - Ebrima Sanneh

Davis Agesa

Comfortable as a no. 10, outright striker and right winger, Agesa provides the right options upfront. His speed, power and take-ons have left many defenses worried.He has played professionally in Seychelles and in Asia. 

17 - David Agesa