• July 6, 2020

Peace Diane Bagala

Women Super League: Kawempe Edge Kampala Queens To Go Top

Sunday, February 9 *Olila High 2-0 She Corporates *Uganda Martyrs 2-0 Lady Doves *Kampala Queens 0-1 Kawempe Muslims Kawempe Muslim beat Kampala Queens 1-0 in a FUFA Women Super League game on Sunday at IUIU Kabojja. Namata Anita’s second half goal was the difference as Kawempe moved to 15 points after five games. The Ayub […]Read More

2020 AWCON Qualifiers: Crested Cranes Learn Opponents

Uganda’s senior National Women Football team, the Crested Cranes, have learned their opponents for the forthcoming 2020 Total Africa Women Cup of Nations qualifiers. The Crested Cranes, coached by Farida Bulega, have been pitted against Burundi in the first round. South Africa, Equatorial Guinea, Cameroon, Morocco, Mali, Ghana, Nigeria and Ivory Coast have been given […]Read More

Year In Review: A Recap Of 2019 In Women Football

The year 2019 has been a Cinderella tale for women football in the country at all levels, with quite a number of achievements, more participation of teams in different levels and of course new stars in the game. The-SportsNation’s Bagala Peace Diane takes you down the memory lane for what been an extremely busy year. […]Read More

KCCA Planning For Life Without Okello, Mustafa

KCCA FC is reportedly planning for life without their young duo of attacking midfielder Allan Okello and left back Mustafa Kizza. The development comes in the wake of the duo’s refusal to renew their respective contracts. Sources close to the players have suggested that the two have reluctantly refused to renew their contracts citing under […]Read More

Moses Magogo Returns: What Has Happened In His Absentia?

FUFA boss Moses Magogo returns to office today after serving his two month suspension by FIFA. News about the suspension of Magogo spread like wild fire after FIFA confirmed the development on October 10, 2019. Magogo who had entered into a plea-bargain by the chairman of FIFA’s adjudicatory chamber of the independent Ethics Committee, was […]Read More

CECAFA: Crested Cranes Win Bronze

Monday, November 25 *Uganda 2-0 Burundi Two second half goals from substitutes Aminah ‘Dancing Rasta’ Nababi and Shamirah Nalujja gave Uganda Crested Cranes a 2-0 win against Burundi in a bronze medal match at the 2019 CECAFA Women Senior Challenge Cup. Replacing Fazillah Ikwaput, Aminah Nababi struck home in the 61st minute before Shamirah Nalujja […]Read More

Faridah Bulega To Improve Defence Ahead Of Semi

Saturday, November 23 *Tanzania Vs Uganda *Kenya Vs Burundi Crested Cranes head coach Faridah Bulega hopes that her defenders will be at their best in Saturday’s semifinal against hosts and defending champions Tanzania in the CECAFA women senior challenge Cup in Dar Es Salam. Uganda’s defence was at fault, disorganized and porous as the side […]Read More

CECAFA Women Cup: Crested Cranes Suffer First Loss

Crested Cranes lost to Kenya in the cecafa women cup. Courtesy photo. Thursday, November 21 *Kenya 3-0 Uganda Saturday, November 22 *Tanzania Vs Uganda Uganda’s Crested Cranes will face Tanzania in the CECAFA Women Cup semi final after falling to Kenya in their last group game. Uganda lost her first game in the tournament to […]Read More

CECAFA Women Cup: Uganda Book Semifinal Berth

Tuesday, November 19 *Uganda 1-0 Ethiopia A sole effort by Fauziah Najjemba in the 75th minute proved enough as Uganda Crested Cranes squeezed past Ethiopia to book a semifinal spot in the CECAFA women Cup. An average performance from both sides dominated the first half with hardly no side ready to open up offensively for […]Read More

CECAFA Women Championship: Uganda Eye Semis

Tuesday, November 19 *Uganda Vs Ethiopia – 4:30PM Uganda Crested Cranes take on Ethiopia on Tuesday at Chamazi Stadium with a win sending the Farida Bulega’s side into the semi final of the 2019 Cecafa women Championship. Having comfortably beat Djibouti 13-0 in the first game of the tournament, the Cranes look outright favourites to […]Read More

CECAFA Women Championship: Uganda Score 13 goals

Sunday, November 17 *Uganda 13-0 Djibouti Uganda’s senior women team, the Crested Cranes, turned on the beast mode to obliterate debutants Djibouti, scoring 13 goals and get off the mark in the 2019 CECAFA Women Championship in Tanzania. A quintet from Juliet Nalukenge, a hat-trick from both Nassuna Hasifah and Fazilah Ikwaput plus a goal […]Read More

Five Ugandan Players Start As South Sudan Concede Nine

Saturday, November 16 *Tanzania 9-0 South Sudan As earlier reported, five Ugandan players started for South Sudan as the side lost 9-0 to defending champions Tanzania in the 2019 CECAFA Senior Women Championship. Read – Ugandans To Play for South Sudan Lady Doves’ Esther Namaganda Esther who appeared on the lineup as Namaganda Esther Okot […]Read More

Exclusive: South Sudan To Field Uganda Players

All is set for the 2019 CECAFA Women Senior challenge cup that kicks off on Saturday as hosts Tanzania take on underdogs South Sudan in their bid to defend the title. The hosts who also double as the top favourites from group B will face a South Sudan team with a couple of Uganda players. […]Read More

CECAFA Women Cup: Uganda, Group B Preview

Uganda’s Group B Fixtures: 17th Nov – Vs Djibouti 19th Nov – Vs Ethiopia 21st Nov – Vs Kenya The CECAFA women Cup is an Association football tournament for teams from East Africa. Founded in 1986, the tourney went dormant for 30 years until 2016 when Uganda hosted. Tanzania stand out as the most decorated […]Read More