Uganda’s volleyball scene is poised to make a resounding impact at the 2nd Edition of the Eldoret City Volleyball Championship, hosted by the esteemed Paul Bitok Foundation. The highly anticipated tournament is scheduled to take center stage from November 30th to December 3rd in Eldoret, Kenya.
Spearheading Uganda’s charge are the formidable KAVC Women, Nemostars Men, and Nemostars Women teams, who have established themselves as dominant forces in East African volleyball. Their participation in the Eldoret City Volleyball Championship is not only a testament to their unwavering commitment to excellence but also a reflection of the growing popularity and competitiveness of volleyball in the region.
The Paul Bitok Foundation, a staunch advocate for volleyball development and youth empowerment, has played a pivotal role in organizing this prestigious event. The Eldoret City Volleyball Championship has emerged as a beacon of hope, providing a platform for showcasing exceptional volleyball skills and nurturing a passion for the sport among young players.
Anticipation is palpable among volleyball enthusiasts, who eagerly await the electrifying matches and the opportunity to witness the prowess of these top-tier teams. The 2nd Edition of the Eldoret City Volleyball Championship promises to be an unforgettable spectacle, one that will undoubtedly leave an indelible mark on the volleyball landscape of East Africa.
About the Paul Bitok Foundation
The Paul Bitok Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering youth through education, sports, and leadership development. The foundation’s vision is to create a world where all young people have the opportunity to reach their full potential and make a positive impact on their communities.
About the Eldoret City Volleyball Championship
The Eldoret City Volleyball Championship is an annual event organized by the Paul Bitok Foundation to promote volleyball development and provide a platform for young players to showcase their talents. The tournament has grown in popularity since its inception, attracting teams from across Kenya and the East African region.