Frisbee is just touching base in Kenya, it is quickly gaining its place as a sport among the Kenyan community. While previously misconstrued as a foreigners pastime, or worse still, a dogs game, this notion is changing. Currently there are nine active Frisbee clubs across the country, whose activities are overseen by the Kenya Flying Disc Association (KFDA). The Kenyan ultimate scene is characterized by weekly pick-ups, exhibition games, the Nairobi HAT tournament, and two major annual meetups i.e. the FEAST (Frisbee East Africa Sand Tournament) and LVGUT (Lake Victoria Grass Ultimate Tournament).