The second SportPesa Super Cup gets underway in Kenya on 3 June - with the tournament winners set to face Everton at Goodison Park.
The Blues will host the successful side in England later this year, having faced inaugural Super Cup winners Gor Mahia in Tanzania in 2017.
Eight clubs from Kenya and Tanzania will contest the Super Cup between 3-10 June, with the final to be played at the Kasarani Stadium in Kasarani, Kenya.
Holders Gor Mahia will be joined by fellow Kenyan sides AFC Leopards, Kakamega Homeboyz and Kariobangi Sharks in the tournament. Tanzania’s Simba, Yanga, Singida and Zanzibar champions JKU make up the rest of the teams in the competition.
Everton defeated Gor Mahia 2-1 last summer courtesy of goals from Wayne Rooney and Kieran Dowell.
African gaming giant SportPesa is the Main Principal Partner of Everton Football Club and, since the company’s inception in 2014, they have seen dramatic growth as they have quickly established themselves as a significant investor and operator in the online gaming industry.
As Africa’s leading sports gaming platform, SportPesa has become known as a ‘super brand’ in the continent and is changing lives by accelerating development through sports and well-structured community initiatives.
The details of the fixture against the SportPesa Super Cup winners will be announced on evertonfc.com in due course.