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Busoga, Kitara Granted FUFA Licenses For 2020/21 Season

FUFA has granted Busoga United FC and Kitara FC the license ahead of the Uganda Premier League kickoff on December 3, 2020.

The two clubs had missed out on the UPL Draft fixture after failure to submit some of the minimum requirements.

UPL secretariat is expected to reinstate the two clubs to the final fixture.

The clubs were given an extension, and they have been able to meet the missing requirements and therefore qualify for a license for 2020/2021 season, FUFA has communicated.

In addition, Four of the seven Clubs whose stadiums had not met the grade for UPL, have been able to submit the required stadium and therefore qualify for a license for 2020/2021 season.

Busoga will host their league games at FUFA Technical Centre Njeru after their proposed Kakindu Stadium failed to meet the requirements for Grade three.

Kavumba Recreational centre, after reinspection, has been graded under level three and will be home for Bright Stars and Kitara.

Kyabazinga Stadium Bugembe has also been passed and will host BUL FC.

SC Villa, UPDF and URA FC are yet to confirm their home venues.

UPL Clubs and their home venues;

No.ClubStatusLicense
1BULKyabazinga BugembeGranted
2.BusogaTechnical Centre NjeruGranted
3.ExpressWankulukukuGranted
4.KCCALugogoGranted
5. KitaraKavumbaGranted
6.KyetumeTechnical Centre, NjeruGranted
7. MbararaKakyekaGranted
8.MYDAKing George, TororoGranted
9.OnduparakaGreenlightGranted
10PoliceLugogoGranted
11SC VillaTBCPending
12Bright StarsKavumbaGranted
13UPDFTBCpending
14URA FCTBCpending
15VipersSt Mary’s KitendeGranted
16Wakiso GiantsKabaka KyabagguGranted
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