FUFA has on Monday held a consultative meeting with the different clubs in Mengo ahead of the league playoffs.
The FUFA President Moses Magogo chaired the meeting.
The meeting was to devise ways on how the playoffs for different league levels will go on amidst government restrictions.
“We are aware of the challenges everyone is going through because of COVID-19. We are in an abnormal year but football people want to play football but life is very important. It is not a matter of life and death. We must live tomorrow,” Magogo is quoted by FUFA website.
“As football people, we have a responsibility to make. Fair as possible so that we take football to the next level. There is no time and already club licensing is taking place.
“We received SOP’s from Government and the Ministry of Health that included playing before under closed doors, regular social distancing, masking and sanitizing as well as quarantine of the teams (tournament environment with camping hotel after undertaking COVID-19 tests).”
It has been agreed that FUFA and clubs cost share the COVID-19 testing fees among other expenses that include accommodation, feeding of the team players and officials as well as provision of medical services for all the teams during the matches.
FUFA Technical Center, Njeru has been confirmed as the venue for these play-offs with the play-offs for the Star Times FUFA Big League clubs kick off date set on 10th October 2020.
1 – Alfred Olwee- Northern Gateway Football Club
2 – Dirisa Mukiibi- Edgars Football Club
3 – Denis Omwon- Hotsprings Football Club
4- Onzima Kizito- Calvary Football Club
5 – Edrine Ochieng- Gaddafi Football Club
6 – Muhamadi Nsubuga- CATDA Football Club
7 – Jimmy Ojok – Young Elephants Football Club
8 – Douglas Ssekoma- Buwambo Football Club
9- Jasper Barigye Muhinda – Tiles & Terrazo Football Club
10 – Henry Owor – Admin Football Club
11-Aloysious Kalema – Tiles & Terazzo Football Club
12- John R Olukei- Sansiro Football Club
13- Julius Arega- Team Church Football Club
14-Joseph Isingoma- Booma Football Club
15-Ibrahim Kabengine- Asingya Football Club
16-Edrisa Sserubiri – Luwero United Football Club
17-Herbert Sekyewunda- Kigezi Football Club
18 – Joseph Collins Ssemanda- Ndejje University Football Club
19 – Hassan Kirunda- Kataka Football Club
20 – Wycliffe Mwambu – Kiboga Young Football Club