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The Rugby Football Union of East Africa (RFUEA) Ground is a rugby union stadium located on the Ngong Road in Nairobi, Kenya. It was purpose built in 1954 to be the home of the national team and to serve as the headquarters of the Rugby Football Union of Kenya (RFUK). The first match played at the ground was East Africa versus the British Lions on 28 September 1955.
RFUEA is the home ground of Kenya Harlequin Football Club.
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As East Africa’s premier sporting and entertainment festival, the Kenya Harlequins Christie 7s offers our sponsors and partners the ideal arena in which to achieve their business objectives.
An event with a prominent regional footprint, thousands of people per day in attendance, unparalleled presence of regional blue-chip companies and strong TV and live stream figures, Christie 7s delivers excellent value and return on investment.
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East Africa’s premier sporting and entertainment festival, the Kenya Harlequins Christie 7s, is named in honour of Alex ‘Sandy’ Milne Christie, a legend of the game. He was a rugby player, a rugby referee, and a rugby administrator. He played and refereed in Nairobi, Kenya, Mombasa, Kenya, Kampala, Uganda, and Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. He served as President of Kenya Harlequin FC, President of The Rugby Football Union of East Africa (RFUEA) and Vice-President of Wasps RFC in London, England. Played since 1964 Christie 7s is the oldest active rugby tournament in Africa.