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Kenya U-17 Women's Team Makes History, Qualifies for First-Ever World Cup

In a monumental victory for Kenyan football, the Kenya U-17 women's team has clinched their inaugural qualification for the FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup. The team secured this historic milestone by defeating Burundi with a commanding 2-0 triumph in the second leg, sealing an impressive 5-0 aggregate victory.

Marion Serenge and Valerie Neseka showcased their prowess with two first-half goals, solidifying Kenya's triumph over Burundi in the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup qualifiers final round second leg at Ulinzi Complex Stadium on Sunday.

Scheduled to take place in the Dominican Republic from October 16 to November 3, 2024, the journey to the World Cup represents a significant achievement for the Harambee Starlets. This qualification not only underscores the team's talent and dedication but also underscores Kenya's rising prominence in international women's football.

Affectionately known as the Junior Starlets, the Kenya U-17 Women's Team displayed dominance throughout the qualifying rounds, culminating in a standout victory over Burundi. Their success highlights the progress and potential of women's football in Kenya, setting a new standard for future generations of players.

As preparations commence for the FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup, all eyes are on the Kenya U-17 Women's Team as they embark on their journey to leave a mark on the global stage. The tournament in the Dominican Republic promises to be an exhilarating opportunity for the team to showcase their skills and compete against the world's best young talents.

With qualification secured, Kenya celebrates not only the team's achievement but also the bright future of women's football in the country. Stay tuned as the Harambee Starlets continue their historic journey towards the FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup 2024.

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