Manchester United have secured a five-year deal with African finance firm afb.
The Premier League champions have now clinched their 12th financial services agreement, resulting in afb creating an official Manchester United credit card in Kenya.
United managing director Richard Arnold told the club's official website: "We are pleased to be partnering with afb as this will give our fans in Kenya another way to engage with their favourite team.
"The club has always had fantastic support from our fans in Kenya and we are pleased to be able to offer them such a great product. afb is a new and exciting company that has been progressively growing since establishing in 2009."
United have an estimated 5.5 million supporters in Kenya.