For the second straight year and despite the shambolic season they have had locally and internationally, Sofapaka have been ranked the best team in Kenya, and East Africa.
Sofapaka failed to go past the first hurdle in the CAF Confederations Cup, beaten home and away by Zimbabwean side FC Platinum and a poor season saw the head coach Sam Timbe and a number of players leave but still is ranked best by footballdatabase.com in consideration of matches played until Sunday 18 October.
The team is listed to have 1302 points after dropping 31 places from the 2014 rankings and is at number 188 on the continent though the criteria for the rankings is not explained on the site.
Congolese giants TP Mazembe are the best ranked on the continent followed by Sudanese side Al Merreikh then Vita Club from the Democratic Republic of Congo are third.
In the East Africa region, coming after Sofapaka are the CECAFA Kagame Cup holders Azam FC, home to Kenyan international Allan Wanga. Azam FC is placed 333rd on the continent then Tanzanian giants Simba SC come in third in the region and 339th in Africa.
No Ugandan team is listed in the rankings.