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World map of KFC outlets[]

This is a list of countries with KFC franchises. As of 2021, there are more than 25,000 KFC outlets in 145 countries and territories in the world.[1] The first KFC franchise opened in the United States in 1952, and in Canada a year later.[] The first overseas franchise was established in the United Kingdom in 1965.[] A large number of Caribbean and developed Western markets entered by the early 1970s. This was followed by expansion throughout the Middle East and developed Asian markets from the mid-1970s and into the 1980s. China was entered in 1987. Expansions were made into most of Europe and South America in the early 1990s. The most recent area of expansion is Africa, where the company is targeting the continent's growing middle class.

The major markets for KFC include China (6,078 stores), the United States (4,062 stores), Japan (1,131 stores), South Africa (914 stores), the United Kingdom (909 stores), Russia (772 stores), Malaysia (718 stores), Thailand (717 stores), Australia (653 stores), and Canada (639 stores).[2]

The global operations are overseen by Yum International, which is headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky. Yum! typically grant a master franchise to a local operator, or take a stake in a joint venture between such a company and itself. In 11 countries, Yum! International manages KFC directly, including China, Russia and India.[3] Worldwide, major franchise holders range from large local conglomerates such as Jardine Matheson and Doosan Group, to companies specifically established to run restaurants franchises, such as AmRest. In Japan, Malaysia and Indonesia, the major franchise holders are publicly listed companies. On the other hand, in smaller markets such as some Caribbean islands, the franchises may be operated by a single individual.

Current markets

Africa

KFC restaurant in Cascavelle, Mauritius
KFC in Ilorin, Nigeria
A KFC drive thru branch in Pretoria, South Africa
A KFC bucket sign outside the Junction Shopping Mall in Nairobi, Kenya
A KFC in Cairo, Egypt
A KFC in a railway station in Marrakesh, Morocco
Country Yearentered Owner/major operator Notes
 Angola 2012[4] Grupo Ibersol[4] 9 outlets. First outlet opened in Maianga in Luanda.[4][2]
 Botswana 1992[5] Venture Partners Botswana[6] First outlet opened in Gaborone. 13 outlets.[2]
 Egypt 1973 Americana Group[7] 154 outlets.[2]
 Eswatini 1993 KFC South Africa First outlet opened in Mbabane. Seven outlets.[2]
Gabon 2019 Resto Group[8] First outlet opened in Libreville.
 Ghana 2011[9] Mohinani Group[9] First outlet opened in Greater Accra.[9] 17 outlets.[10][2]
 Ivory Coast 2018 Vivo Energy[11] KFC opened their first outlet in Ivory Coast in Abidjan, Marcory on 28 March 2018.[] 3 outlets.[2]
 Kenya 2011[12] Kuku Foods East Africa[13] First opened, briefly, in the 1970s, but withdrew.[14] Reopened in Nairobi in 2011.[12] 21 outlets.[2]
 Lesotho 2012[15] KFC South Africa 7 outlets.[2]
 Madagascar 2019 None One outlet in Ankorondrano, Antananarivo
 Malawi 2012[16] Afribrand Limited[16] First outlet in Blantyre. 2 outlets.[2]
 Mauritius 1983[17] Food & Allied Group[17] First outlet in Curepipe.[17] 21 outlets.[2]
 Morocco 2001 Americana Group[7] 17 outlets.[2]
 Mozambique 2007 Grupo Ibersol First outlet opened in Maputo. 14 outlets.[2]
 Namibia 1992[15] KFC South Africa 21 outlets.[2]
 Nigeria 2009[18] Devyani International Nigeria Limited[19] First branch opened in Lagos in 2009.[16] 21 outlets.[2]
 Rwanda 2020 Kuku Foods East Africa[20] First outlet opened in Kigali.
 Senegal 2019 Sedima Group[21] First outlet opened in Dakar on October 4, 2019.
 South Africa 1971[16] Yum Restaurants International (Pty) Ltd[22] 914 outlets.[2] KFC is by far the fast food chain in South Africa with the most outlets. [23] Divested its holdings from 1987 until 1994 to a holding company after U.S. Congress passed a law forbidding U.S. companies from owning South African assets.[24] KFC sold its assets to Devco, an administrative entity, which managed the trademark.[25]
 Sudan 2019[26] Araak Group Opened on April 12 2019, 4 outlets in Khartoum and Omdurman.[27]
 Tanzania 2013[28] Kuku Foods East Africa[29] Five outlets.[2] First outlet opened in Dar es Salaam.[30]
 Tunisia 2018[31] HBG group Three outlets.[2]
 Uganda 2013 Kuku Foods East Africa[32] Eight outlets.[2] First outlet opened in Kampala.
 Zambia 2011[33] ? Four outlets.[2]
 Zimbabwe
  • 1991-2008
  • 2013-2018
  • 2018-Present [34]
Takura Investments and Kelvin James Six outlets.[2] KFC left the country in 2008, after the franchise holder failed to meet Yum!'s standards. KFC reopened in Zimbabwe in December 2013, with an outlet in Harare. In October 2018 all outlets were temporarily shut down due to the ongoing economic crisis.[35]

Asia

A KFC Counter in Bandung, Indonesia
A KFC in Hohhot, Inner Mongolia, China
KFC in Chennai, India
A KFC restaurant in Faisalabad, Pakistan
A KFC in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
A KFC outlet in Colombo, Sri Lanka
Country Yearentered Owner/major operator Notes
 Armenia 2007[36] Derjava[37] 9 outlets. [2]
 Bangladesh 2006[38] Transcom Group[38] First outlet opened at Gulshan in 2006. As of 2021, there are 23 outlets.[39]
 Brunei 1992[] QSR Brands (M) Holdings Sdn Bhd 17 outlets.[2]
 China 1987[40] KFC China[41] KFC's largest market. The first Kentucky Fried Chicken outlet opened on Qianmen Street in downtown Beijing in 1987.[42] 6078 outlets.[2]
 Cambodia 2008 The Royal Group 11 outlets.[2] Ten of these are clustered in the capital Phnom Penh. Established in March 2008. KFC is one of Royal Group of Companies Ltd (The Royal Group) business, a partnership with the Malaysian QSR brands and Rightlink Corporation.The Royal Group is one of the largest conglomerates in Cambodia with substantial investments in media, telecommunications, banking, education, property development and trading.
 Hong Kong 1973-1975, 1985-2004, 2004-Present[43] Birdland Ltd[43] 75 outlets.[2] KFC was the first American fast food chain to enter Hong Kong in 1973, with an outlet in Mei Foo Sun Chuen.[44] There were 11 outlets by mid-1974, but by September 1974 many outlets had closed.[45] The remaining 4 outlets were closed in February 1975. KFC misjudged the local market and failed to develop a suitable business model, with its takeout only stores failing to catch on.[46] Chickens imported from China were fed fishmeal, which ruined the taste.[46] The chain was reintroduced by Swire Group in September 1985, with an outlet opened on Jordan Road, at a cost of $3 million.[47] A second outlet was opened on Causeway Bay in 1986.[47] By 1995 there were 17 outlets.[48] Sold to Birdland in 1997.[47]
 India 1995[49] KFC India KFC opened a two-storey outlet on Brigade Road in Bangalore in June.[49] 395 outlets.[2]
 Indonesia 1979[50] PT Fastfood Indonesia[50] First outlet in Jalan Melawai, Jakarta.[50] Listed on the Jakarta Stock Exchange.[50] 689 outlets.[2] It is currently owned by PT Indoritel Makmur Internasional, which also owns Indomaret. See KFC Indonesia
 Japan 1970[51] KFC Holdings Japan, Ltd[52] First outlet opened in Kobe.[51] 1131 outlets.[2]
 Kazakhstan 2008, 2010 Americana Group[7] The first restaurant was opened in Astana on 25 October 2008.59 outlets as of 2021.[2]
 Kyrgyzstan 2017 ? 4 outlets.[2]
 Macau 2001-2009, 2010s-Present ? 5 outlets.[2]
 Malaysia 1973-1992, 2004-Present[53] QSR Brands (M) Holdings Sdn Bhd[54] The first KFC outlet was opened in 1973 on Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman. 718 outlets.[2]

"Dine in KFC". KFC Malaysia. Archived from the original on December 16, 2018. Retrieved 2018. </ref> Kentucky Nuggets was conceived in Malaysia and then found its way to KFC worldwide. Today, Kentucky Nuggets is one of KFC's successes.[55] KFC led the chained fast food market in 2011, with 45 percent of value sales.[56]

Maldives 2018 Gama Island Food Pvt Ltd 2 outlets.[2]
 Mongolia 2013[57] Tavan Bogd Group[58] 12 outlets.[2]
 Myanmar 2015 ? One outlet open in Yangon on June 30.[59] 33 outlets.[2]
   Nepal 2009[60] Devyani International[60] Seven outlets: Six in Kathmandu, at DurbarMargh, Boudha, Thimi, Maharajgunj, Labim Mall, BlueBird mall, Tripureshwar. One in Pokhara (Lakeside).[61]
 Pakistan 1997[62] Cupola Group[63] First entered Pakistan in the late 1960s to early 1970s but subsequently closed down.[64] Reopened in Gulshan-e-Iqbal in Karachi in 1997.[62] 83 outlets.[2]
 Philippines 1967[65] Wholesome Foods Inc[66] 332 outlets.[2] In June 1994, Manuel U. Agustines obtained the sole franchise over the sale and distribution of KFC products in the Philippines, under the corporate name of Quick Service Restaurants (QSR) Corporation.
 Singapore 1977[67] QSR Brands (M) Holdings Sdn Bhd[68] First outlet opened on Somerset Road in 1977.[67] 40 stores by 1992, when it was acquired by KFC International.[69] In 2002, KFC Singapore was acquired by KFC (Malaysia) Holdings Bhd.[69] 86 outlets in 2012.[2]

"KFC | Johor Corporation". Archived from the original on September 27, 2013. Retrieved 2013. </ref> All Singaporean KFC locations are certified halal.[70]

 South Korea 1984[71] Doosan Group[72] 190 stores.[2] KFC Korea had a good startoff in the beginning, but has experienced a decline in the mid-2000s. Opening its first store in 1984 in Jongno of the capital Seoul, the outlet number has increased with its 100th store at Mokdong of Seoul (1996), and its 200th store near Seoul University (2000).[73] However, KFC's outlet closed due to failing sales, and dipped to around 120 stores by 2009.[74]

As of June 2014, KFC reopened some of its stores and operates 170 outlets in South Korea.[75]

 Sri Lanka 1995[76] Cargills Ceylon PLC[76] Currently 39 outlets, with the first outlet opening at Majestic City, Colombo, in 1995.
 Taiwan 1985[77] Jardine Matheson[77] Taiwan's first KFC outlet was opened in the Ximending district of Taipei.[77] It was initially a joint venture between KFC and Uni-President Enterprises Corporation, Taiwan's largest food company, until President sold its stake in 1997. Jardine's acquired full control of the poorly performing KFC Taiwan from Yum! in 2010.[77][78] 153 outlets.[2]
 Thailand 1984[79] Yum Restaurants International (Thailand) and Central Restaurants Group[80] 717 outlets.[2] Originally opened in 1970 but closed down after the end of the Vietnam War in 1975.[81] KFC reopened in Thailand at CentralPlaza Lardprao in Bangkok.[60]
 Uzbekistan 2018[82] International Food Chain First outlet opened in Tashkent. Four outlets.[2]
 Vietnam 1997[83] KFC Vietnam First outlet opened in Ho Chi Minh City.[84] Jardine Matheson acquired a 25% stake in the company in 2011.[85] 136 outlets.[2] Euromonitor estimated that KFC has 15% of the fast food market by value in 2011, making it the leading company.[86]

Caribbean and South America

A KFC outlet in Quito, Ecuador. The country is the largest market for the chain in the Caribbean and South America, with more than 150 locations.
Country Yearentered Owner/major operator Notes
 Antigua and Barbuda N/A KFC Antigua[87] 2 outlets.[2]
 Argentina 2010 Desarrollos Gastronomicos S.A. First opened in 1980 but closed in 1990. In 2010, KFC reopened in Buenos Aires. 10 outlets.[88][89]
 Aruba N/A Hucor Holding Four outlets.[2]
 Bahamas 1967[90] Myers Group[91] 13 outlets.[2]
 Barbados 1971[92] ? 12 outlets.[2]
 Bolivia 2014 ? 3 outlets.[2] First Store in Santa Cruz de la Sierra.[93]
 Bonaire 1992 Harborside Foodcourt, NV, Ruth van Tilburg-Obre One outlet.[2]
 Brazil 1973[94] Brazil Fast Food Corporation[95] 60 outlets.[2] First entered the market in 1973, but eventually pulled out in 1982.[96][97] Returned in 1992.[97] The company entered a change in strategy in 1997, when it announced plans to close its 7 urban locations and relocate to 8 shopping centre locations.[98] All stores closed in 2000, but the chain returned in 2008. 44 outlets on States of Bahia, Rio de Janeiro, Ceará, São Paulo, Paraná and Distrito Federal.
 Cayman Islands 1976[99] KFC Cayman[99] Was the first food franchise in the Caymans.[99] 3 outlets.
 Chile 1992[100] Desarrollos Gastronomicos S.A. (Degasa)[88] First store in Santiago.[101] 68 outlets.[2]
 Colombia 1993[94] INT[102] 79 outlets.[2]
 Costa Rica 1970[103] QSR International[103] First restaurant on Paseo Colon.[103] 43 outlets.[2]
 Cuba 2004 AAFES One outlet at Guantanamo Bay Naval Base.
 Curaçao ? Hucor Holding[104] Seven outlets.[2]
 Dominica 2010 Fine Foods Inc[105] One outlet.[2]
 Dominican Republic 1997 Kentucky Foods Group Ltd[106] 27 outlets.[2]
 Ecuador 1975[107] INT Food Services Corp. First store in Quito. KFC is the largest fast food chain in Ecuador, and it is KFC's largest market in the region with 144 outlets.[107][2]
 El Salvador 2004 Corporacion de Franquicias Americanas (CFA) 7 outlets.[2]
 French Guiana ? ? 4 outlets.
 Grenada ? ? 4 outlets.[2]
 Guadeloupe ? ? 5 outlets.[2]
 Guatemala 2009[108] ? 7 outlets.[2]
 Guyana Didco[109] Five outlets.[2] First outlet opened in Georgetown.[111] Reached four outlets, but the market was abandoned in 2014.[112] Reopened in 2016.[110]
 Jamaica 2010[113] Restaurants of Jamaica[114] First KFC at Kingston.[114] 37 outlets.[2]
 Honduras 2004[115] Grupo Comidas[115] First restaurant was in San Pedro Sula.[115] 15 outlets.[2]
 Martinique ? ? One outlet.[2]
 Panama 1969[116] Franquicias Panamenas 44 outlets.[2]
 Paraguay 2014[117] Southfood S.A. 3 outlets.[2]
 Peru 1981 Delosi[118] KFC is the oldest and the largest US fast food chain in Peru with 128 outlets.[2][119]
 Puerto Rico 1967[120] Encanto Restaurants, Inc 81 outlets.[2]
 Saint Kitts and Nevis ? ? One outlet.[2]
 Saint Lucia ? ? Four outlets.[2]
 Sint Maarten ? ? Four outlets.[2]
 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 1986 Ken Boyea[121] First outlet opened in Kingstown. 2 outlets.[2]
 Suriname 1996[122] Cirkel Group[123] 6 outlets.[2]
 Trinidad and Tobago 1973[124] Prestige Holdings Limited[125] First opened in St James, a suburb of Port of Spain.[126] 58 outlets.[2]
 U.S. Virgin Islands ? ? 5 outlets.[2]
 Venezuela 1973 ? 25 outlets.[2]

Europe

A KFC in Munich, Germany. By the time it was opened it was claimed to be the biggest KFC in the world.
A KFC restaurant at Chelyuskintsev Street in Novosibirsk, Russia
A KFC restaurant at Canterbury, England, United Kingdom
A KFC in Groningen, Netherlands
Country Yearentered Owner/major operator Notes
 Albania 2016 ? First outlet in Albania opened in Tirana on April 14, 2016 at the Tirana East Gate Mall.[127] The second one opened on October 7, 2016 at the Ish-Blloku. On 7 September 2020, an outlet opened at Çobo Center in Vlorë. KFC is the first international fast food chain in Albania.[]
 Austria 2005[128] Queensway Restaurants Ltd[69]AmRest[129] 8 outlets. First entered the country in 1970 but withdrew.[130] Returned in 2005 with a store in Vienna.[69] 6 outlets as of 2018, with plans to expand to up to 50 the coming years.[129]
 Azerbaijan 2011[131] AFK Ltd [131] 11 outlets. In October 2012, the world's largest KFC opened in Baku. The 1,600-square-meter outlet, with a seating capacity of 300, is housed in the city's Sabunçu rail station built in 1926. AFK Ltd reportedly invested 3 million euros to restore the nearly destroyed building.[132][133] 10 outlets.[2]
 Belarus 2015 Bel Food Service LLC, CreativeFood-S-Vostok LLC 19 outlets as of June 2021.[2]
 Belgium 2019 Autogrill 9 outlets. The first Belgian KFC restaurant opened in Brussels North Railway Station in June 2019.[134]
 Bosnia and Herzegovina 2011 AmRest 5 outlets.
 Bulgaria 1994[135] Samex Ltd.[135] 27 outlets.[2] First store opened in Sofia.[135] The second international fast food brand in Bulgaria.[135] 27 outlets.
 Croatia 2011[136] AmRest[137] 8 outlets. First store opened in Zagreb.[137] 6 outlets in Zagreb, 1 in Split and 1 in Zadar.[138]
 Cyprus 2013/2014 CK Restaurant System Franchisers Ltd
PHC Franchised Restaurants Ltd[139]
26 outlets.[2]
 Czech Republic 1995[140] AmRest 97 outlets. [2]
 Denmark 1992[141] ISKEN ApS.[141] Opened in the 1970s, but later closed. Returned in 1991, with 10 outlets as of 2021.[142]
 Estonia 2019 Apollo Group OÜ KFC opened first restaurant in Estonia on the 24th of October 2019 in Ülemiste centre.[143] As of 2021, there are 6 outlets in Estonia located in Tallinn (4), Tartu (1) and Narva (1).
 France 2001[144] KFC France Opened in 1991, but all seven stores were closed by 1992.[144] Returned in 2001, with 248 outlets by June 2021.[2]
 Georgia 2010 ? Five outlets.[2]
 Germany 1968[145] KFC GB Ltd[146] First restaurant was opened at Hansaallee in Frankfurt in 1968.[147] Struggled to reach 12 stores by 1995.[148] 173 outlets by June 2021, with plans to expand to up to 500 in the next five to seven years.[149][2]
 Greece 1992[150] Amex S.A[150] First outlet in Piraeus near Athens. 8 outlets.[2]
 Hungary 1992[151] AmRest 60 outlets.[2] The store on Király Street in Budapest was the first Central European KFC in a post-communist country.[152] The previous master franchise holder was Hemingway Holding AG.[151] 72 outlets by 2020.[153]
 Iceland Mid 1980s[154] ? 8 outlets.[2]
 Ireland 1971 KFC (GB) Ltd 40 outlets. First opened in Phibsborough shopping centre. Major franchisees include MBCC Foods and Herbel Restaurants (Ireland) Ltd[155] 38 outlets. [2]
 Italy 2014 KFC® Italy Srl Very first outlet opened in Naples in the 1970s, but since closed. Returned on November 21, 2014 with the first restaurant in Rome.

47 outlets in February 2021.[156] See KFC Italia

 Kosovo 2016[157] ? 9 outlets.[2]
 Latvia 2014[158] Yum International First outlet opened in August 2014 in Riga[158] Five outlets in November 2020.[159]
 Lithuania 2007[160] UAB Cibus Restaurants[161] Four outlets.[161]
 Luxembourg 2019 Autogrill One outlet.
 Malta 1997[162] The Farsons Group[162] 2 outlets.
 Moldova 2008[163] US Food Network[164] First opened in Chi?in?u in MallDova mall.[163] 2 outlets.
 Montenegro 2007 AmRest 2
 Netherlands 1972[165] KFC Netherlands[166] First branch was opened in Rotterdam in 1972.[144] Headquarters are in Amsterdam-Zuidoost. 76 (+1 in Bonaire by other operator) outlets by August 2020.[167]
 Norway Mid-Late 1980s, 2021 Nordic Service Partners 3 outlets
 North Macedonia 2018[168] KAN International 3 outlets in Skopje and Tetovo.
 Poland 1992[94] AmRest 264 outlets.[2]
 Portugal 1994[169] Grupo Ibersol[170] 34 outlets in June 2021.[171]
 Romania 1997/1998[172] Sphera Franchise Group First opened in Bucharest, Magheru Blvd.[173] Opened in April 17, 1997, 83 outlets as of February 2021. See KFC Romania
 Russia 1993[174] Yum! International[175] Opened in Russia in 1993.[94] It closed in 1998, but the chain returned in 2000.[148] Worked under the name Rostik's until 2013. 772 outlets.[2]
 Serbia 2007[176] AmRest[176] First store opened in Belgrade.[176]12 outlets in Serbia (9 outlets in Belgrade, 2 in Novi Sad and 1 on A1 motorway near Lapovo).[177]
 Slovakia 2006[178] Queensway Restaurants Slovakia[179] 9 outlets in June 2021.[2] First restaurant in Trnava.[180]
 Slovenia 2018 AmRest One outlet.[2]
 Spain 1970[181] AmRest[182] 143 outlets.[2]
 Sweden 2014[183] Nordic Service Partners[183] 12 outlets. First opened in 1981, but soon withdrew. Returned in 2014 with the first outlet opened in Lockarp near Malmö with a drive-through on December 31, 2014.[184]
  Switzerland 2017 Kentucky Fried Chicken

(Great Britain) Ltd.[185]

Present from the 1980s until 2004, but since closed. Returned in 2017 with the first store opened at the main railway station in Geneva on December 5, 2017. 11 locations as of June 2021.[186]
 Turkey[187] 1989 Yum! Brands 142 outlets.[2]
 Ukraine 2012[188] Global Restaurant Group[189] In 2012 the first KFC was opened in Kyiv. 38 outlets in the cities of Kyiv, Kharkiv, Dnipro, Lviv, Odesa, Pavlohrad, Vinnytsia, Cherkasy, Zhytomyr and Sumy.[123]
 United Kingdom 1965 KFC GB Ltd First restaurant was located in Preston, Lancashire. 909 outlets, making the United Kingdom KFC's largest market in Europe and fourth largest worldwide.[190]


Middle East

Country Yearentered Owner/major operator Notes
 Bahrain 1973 Americana Group[7] 24 outlets.[191]
 Iraq Kurdistan Region 2015 ? 8 outlets.[2] Americana Group First Restaurant opened in Kurdistan Region at Family Mall; six outlets can be found in Erbil and 1 outlet in Duhok. KFC outlets can also be found in some Iraqi U.S. Army bases.
 Jordan 1973 Americana Group[7] 27 outlets.[2]
 Israel 2020 Global KFC 5 outlets[192]
 Kuwait 1973[193] Americana Group[193] 66 outlets. Americana Group opened the first KFC outlet in Kuwait in 1973 marking the brand's debut in the Middle East. In the years that followed, Americana Group expanded the brand's presence across the Middle East and North Africa region.
 Lebanon 1973 Shaban Brothers Ltd[7] KFC Master Franchisee's from 1973-1993.[194] 23 outlets.[2]
 Oman 1977 Americana Group[7] 36 outlets.[2]
 Palestine 2011[195] ACRFF First branch opened September 10, 2011 at Plaza Mall in Ramallah. 9 outlets including 3 in Ramallah.[196][197]
 Qatar 1976 Americana Group[7] 39 outlets.
 Saudi Arabia 1975 Americana Group[7] 220 outlets.[2]
 Yemen 2002 ? 2 outlets. (See below to former markets)
 United Arab Emirates 1975[198] Americana Group[7] 151 outlets.[2]

North America

Country Yearentered Owner/major operator Notes
 Bermuda 1975[113] KFC Bermuda[199] First KFC restaurant on Queen Street, Hamilton.[200] There is just one outlet.[201]
 Canada 1953[202] Yum Restaurants International (Canada)[203] 639 outlets. First restaurant in Calgary.[202]

Branded PFK (Poulet Frit Kentucky) in the province of Quebec, the only such alteration of the trademark in the world.[204]

 Mexico 1965[205] Premium Restaurant Brands[103] 393 outlets.[2] First outlet opened in Monterrey.[103]
 United States 1930 ? 4062 outlets. The franchise first opened in Salt Lake City, Utah in 1952.

Oceania

A KFC outlet in Derwent Park, a northern suburb of Hobart, Australia
Country Yearentered Owner/major operator Notes
 American Samoa 1984 ? Had two outlets. Now there is one with a Pizza Hut outlet.
 Australia 1968 KFC Australia Pty Ltd, Collins Foods There are 653 outlets in Australia. The first Australian KFC was built and opened at Guildford in the western suburbs of Sydney.
 Guam 1975[206] ? First store in Tamuning.[206] Eight outlets.[2]
 New Zealand 1971[207] Restaurant Brands[207] First store opened in Royal Oak, Auckland.[207] 100 outlets.[2]
 Northern Mariana Islands 1986 ? One outlet in Saipan.

Former markets

Africa

Country Yearexisted Owner/major operator Notes
 Zimbabwe
  • 1991-2008
  • 2013-2018
Takura Investments and Kelvin James KFC left the country in 2008, after the franchise holder failed to meet Yum!'s standards. KFC reopened in Zimbabwe in December 2013, with an outlet in Harare. In October 2018, all outlets were temporarily shut down due to the ongoing economic crisis.[208]

Asia

Country Yearexisted Owner/major operator Notes
 Israel 1993-2014 Clal Trading Limited First store in Rishon LeZion
 Iran 1973-1979 Reza Raeesi The franchise was abandoned in Iran following the 1979 Islamic revolution.[209]

Colonel Sanders visited Tehran in the 1970s.[210] [211] KFC had stressed that two stores that opened in Karaj in 2012 and Mashhad in 2014 under the KFC name were not affiliated with the company.[150]

 Syria 2006-2014 ? All outlets were shut down in 2014 due to the ongoing Syrian Civil War.[212]
 Yemen 2009-2016 ? One outlet, temporarily shut down. Reopened for US Army only.

Caribbean and South America

Country Yearentered Yearre-entered Owner/major operator Notes
 Guyana 1994-2014 2016 Didco
 Haiti Late 1970s-1997[213] ?

Europe

Country Yearentered Owner/major operator Notes
 Andorra 1979-2013/2014 KFC closed its doors in Andorra in 2014.
 Norway Mid 1980s-Late 1980s KFC tried to open in Frognerstranda in the 80s, but got closed soon after.

Oceania

Country Yearexisted Owner/major operator Notes
 Fiji 2001-2013 Kazi Foods[214] Left in 2013 amid a row over imports of the ingredients to make its flavoured crumb coating.[215]

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