Peaky Blinders were on Sunday crowned champions as the curtains went down on the season four of the Budo League.
The champions beat Accumulators 2-0 in a closely contested final at Legends to win the title.
They had been flawless this season having lost to Galacticos in the finals last season.
This time, they lost only one game in the regular season to top the log before stopping Thazobalo in the semis.
Centurions lost to Accumulators in the other semis on their way to the finals.
The League, that brings together old students of Budo SS, is sponsored by Guinness.
Speaking at the event, Elizabeth Mutamuliza, the Premium Beers Brand Manager at Uganda Breweries remarked that Guinness and football are the perfect match, hence the brand’s commitment to supporting to the beautiful game.
“Our commitment to football is unwavering. We are the broadcast partners of the world’s most popular football league on Supersport, ensuring that we bring the action live on your TV screen wherever you are,” she said.
“Guinness is now focusing on fans’ involvement in the beautiful game; hence activities like Guinness Night Football and partnerships with several Old Students’ football leagues like the Budo League,” she added.
The fourth season, launched in December 2019, played every after three weeks was to climax in July last year but halted due to Covid19.
Albert Kimuwe was named MVP and best striker of the tournament.
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