Guinness Matchday, the live football viewing experience, kicks off in Eldoret




Guinness and its Matchday Committee, led by Chairman G-Money are taking the epic live football experience on the road.

The journey begins this weekend in Eldoret at Baniyas Square where fans will not only be able to absorb the matches on the biggest screens with the best of audio quality and top tier Football commentating but will also enjoy the tastiest of snacks paired with ice-cold Guinness and top-tier entertainment as well as the chance to showcase their football knowledge in the Clean Sheet Challenge where the winner will be flown to a live football match in the UK!

Launched in November last year, Guinness Matchday brings together the most passionate of football fans to celebrate the camaraderie and banter that makes football the nations heartbeat.

“As a brand, our passion for football mirrors that of our fans. We recognize that fans are the heartbeat of football – their unwavering passion, energy, and deep understanding of the game make the Kenyan football experience truly unique. That’s why we’re thrilled to spotlight the fans’ and give them the experience they deserve at this epic Guinness Matchday in Eldoret, the city of champions. From crystal-clear visuals and high-quality audio to comfortable seating and perfectly served ice-cold Guinness, we’ve left no stone unturned to ensure an unforgettable experience,” said Henrietta Reed, the Marketing Manager at Guinness Kenya at Kenya Breweries Limited (KBL).

In line with its commitment to making matchday a fan-driven experience, Guinness has brought back the Guinness Matchday committee, led by Chairman G-Money to be the voice of the fans, and help deliver an unmatched football experience in the City of Champions.

The event’s Chief Entertainment Officer, Lotan Salapei, has selected Kenya’s top musicians including Ben Sol and Bien Aime to ensure that fans enjoy the celebrations post-match, Director of Drinks Analysis, Carol Radull is on top of making sure that the fans enjoy every moment of the action with a perfectly chilled Guinness and of course Nana Owiti, the Chief Snack officer, promises the tastiest of  delicacies at Baniyas Square.

First brewed by Arthur Guinness in Dublin in 1759, GUINNESS has since become the number one stout in the world and has been available in Kenya for almost 50 years. GUINNESS Foreign Extra Stout is the most full-flavored of all, singular and striking, uniquely satisfying, brewed with extra hops and roasted barley for a natural bite. Bitter and sweet. GUINNESS Foreign Extra Stout comes in 300ml and 500ml dark coloured bottles.

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