Prosper Soccer Academy have shifted base from Kyebando to City High School in Lugogo.
This, is intended to tap into more talent as they move to grow more wings, according to Academy Director Denis Namanya.
Namanya, who doubles as the Director for Prosper Sports agency, started the academy in 2019 to identify and develop talent.
“We have been training at Kyebando at an artificial five-aside turf, but we have moved here at City High to grow nationally,” Namanya said during the Academy’s launch on Saturday.
“We have the right people to develop your kids into stars and we are ready to train them.
“The most important thing is that we will not vanish them when they reach an age of like 19, we will ensure that we link them to clubs courtesy of our strong connections.”
The Academy has a large coaching ensemble that include Ronald Ssali, Frank Mulindwa, Allan Nsubuga and Eric Kityo among others.
Ssali, in his brief remarks, commented: “Our target is to nurture the new Moses Waisswas and Abdul Lumalas and we are committed to achieving the set goals and we kindly ask the parents to bring their kids here because they will be in safe hands.”
Prosper Football Academy is split into U-9, U-12, U-14, U-16, U-19 and U-23.
Registration fee is sh200,000 which comes with two full kit and a branded bag.
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