• July 10, 2020

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Women U17 World Cup: Ayub Khalifa Positive Ahead Of Return

Uganda Women U17 Coach Ayub Khalifa is positive that his side will eliminate Tanzania in the World Cup Qualifiers. Uganda, who lost 2-1 to Tanzania in the first leg, will host the second leg at Startimes Stadium Lugogo on Saturday 14th, this month. In the Dar-es-salam Tanzania game, Aisha Masaka’s brace helped Tanzania recover from […]Read More

Women U17 World Cup: Ayub Khalifa Confident Ahead Of TZ

Sunday, March 1 *Tanzania Vs Uganda Uganda U17 Girls National team coach Ayub Khalifa says that his team is ready and in good shape to face Tanzania for the first leg of the second round of the 2020 FIFA U17 Women’s World Cup qualifiers. Uganda eliminated Ethiopia in the first round after a 5-1 aggregate […]Read More

Women U17 World Cup: Uganda Seek Positive Result In Ethiopia

The Uganda Women U-17 football team is targeting a positive result when they face hosts Ethiopia in the second leg of first preliminary round of U17 women world Cup qualifier at Bahir Dar National Stadium, Addis Ababa. Uganda has an advantage of 2-0 lead following Juliet Nalukenge and Catherine Nagadya goals in the first leg […]Read More

FIFA U17 World Cup Qualifiers: Uganda Hit Six In Practice

Uganda women national U17 team beat a select side 6-0 in a practice match for their return leg against Ethiopia in the FIFA U17 Women World Cup Qualifiers. Juliet Nalukenge, Fauzia Najjemba, Shakira Nyinagahirwa, Kevin Nakachwa, Catherine Nagadya and Eva Nagayi were all on target in an enormous victory. This was the team’s last practice […]Read More

Uganda Start Preparations For World Cup U17 Qualifiers

Uganda’s women U17 30-man squad have, on Saturday, started a residential training at FUFA Technical Centre, Njeru a head of the forthcoming FIFA world Cup qualifiers. Uganda will be facing Ethiopia in the first preliminary round in two legs which are scheduled to take place in January 2020, with the first and second leg ties […]Read More

Coach Ayub Names Squad For FIFA U17 World Cup Qualifiers

Uganda Women U17 head coach Ayub Khalifa has named a 30-man squad for the forthcoming qualifiers for the 2020 FIFA U17 World Cup. Uganda’s U17 team that was formed last year (2019) received instant success, winning COSAFA and CECAFA championships. Two new faces, St Noah’s Allen Nasaazi and teammate Angela Auchi Kigongo have been added […]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