Despite registering poor results on the football arena for a long time, until recently when the country qualified for the African cup of Nations (AFCON), Kenya has arguably the largest number of international footballers.

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The best among the players is Victor Wanyama of Tottenham.

The following is a list of Kenyan players registered and playing with clubs abroad together with the clubs they have played for in their football career.

Victor Wanyama

He currently plays for Tottenham Hotspur. Wanyama has also played for Southampton (2013-2016), Glasgow Celtic (Scotland, 2011-2013), Beershot (Gelgium, 2008-2011), and Helsingborg (Sweden, 2007-2008).

Paul Were 

Were is playing for Trikala (Greece, 2019). He also played for Kaisar (Greece, 2018), Kalamata (Greece, 2017), Acharnaikos (Greece, 2016), Lalloni (Greece, 2015) and Amazulu (South Africa, 2014).

Michael Orunga 

He played for Kawashiwa Reysol (Japan, 2018), Girona (Spain, 2017-2018 on loan), Guizhou, Zhicheng (China, 2017), and Djugarden (Sweden, 2016).

Arnold Origi 

Origi is currently playing with Helsingfors (Finland, 2019). He previously played for different teams in Norway, which include Kongvinger (2018), Sandness UF (2018), Lillestroem (2013-2017), ULL/Kisa (2012), Fredrisktad (2011), and Moss (2007-2011).

Clifton Miheso 

He is now playing for Olimpico de Montijo in Portugal and has also played for Buildcon (Zambia, 2017), Golden Arrows (South Africa, 2016), and IFK Vasa (Finland, 2014-2016).

Abud Omar 

Omar currently plays for Sepsi S. Gheorghe (Romania, 2019 and has also worked with Cercle Brugge (Belgium, 2018), Slavia Sofia (Bulgaria, 2016-2018), and Panegialios (Greece, 2015-2016).

Eric Johana Omondi 

Has played for IF Brommapojkarna (Sweden, 2018) and Vasalunds (Sweden, 2017).

Masoud Juma 

Is currently playing for Al Nasr (Libya). He has previously worked with Dibba AL Fujairah (UAE, 2018), and Cape Town City (South Africa, 2018).

Eric Ouma 

Has played for Vasalund (Sweden, 2018) and Kolkheti Poti (Georgia, 2017).