The federation has called on clubs to refrain from using fake balls for their training and match activities ans focus on buying genuine products.
Speaking during the unveiling of the KPL-Puma match balls deal, the FKF chairman Sam Nyamweya warned that they would take necessary action to get rid of the fake products.
-We are warning clubs on the use of fake balls. We are writing to the government and customs asking them not to allow any importation of fake balls.
-We want this switched off just like fake phones were switched off recently. We are urging all clubs to buy genuine balls, like Puma from credible suppliers.
Puma will now supply all Kenyan Premier League clubs with balls in an efforts aimed at raising the standards of football in the country.
The deal is worth KShs 10Millions and is expected to run over the next three years.