Fred Arocho Bio, Career, Age, Sports, Wife, Salary and Net Worth

Fred Arocho is a Kenyan media personality and a reputable Tv and Radio sports commentator currently working at Radio 47. In Kenya sports is one of the most underrated sectors and not most people have managed to make it through this line.

Through sports, Arocho has proven to be a true definition of grass to grace, his journey began in the field as a footballer but later transitioned to a booth, becoming one of the most celebrated sports commentators in Kenya. His journey from a humble beginning to making it big in Kenya’s sports industry is inspiring.

In our feature, we tell the story of Fred Arocho from his early age to his media career and his love for what he does.

Fred Arocho Age and Place of Birth

Arocho was born on the 27th of November 1976 in Eastleigh estate, Nairobi.

Education Background

He attended Einsworth Primary School before proceeding to Pumwano High School where he completed his secondary level. After that, he pursued football professionally before joining Kenya Polytechnic to study Business Administration.


Fred Arocho Bio

Early (Football)

Fred Arocho began his football journey at the age of 7 years playing for Tayo Sportiff, a club based in Eastleigh at the time. As he grew old his thirst and love for the ball grew stronger.

He played through the primary school level, and after joining high school he sharpened his dribbling skills, earning a spot in some of the biggest football clubs at the time, ICDC FC and NSSF FC.

After completing his high school level, the Eastleigh-born sports enthusiast earned a better position to play the game professionally in Sony Sugar FC. His stint at Sony Sugar only lasted for half a season before KCB FC scouts poached him.

Following his tantalizing talent, Arocho helped the bankers earn a promotion to the country’s Premier League, (KPL) in 1997. Other than playing for local clubs, Arocho also represented the national youth team, participating in different tournaments including the East and Central youth championships and the U-23 Olympics youth qualifiers.

Media Career