FUFA Issues Guidelines Ahead Of Regional League Kick-Off

The Federation of Uganda Football Associations FUFA have set several guidelines that will be followed ahead of the 2021 Regional League. The Regional League was given the go ahead to be played, during the FUFA Executive meeting that was chaired by FUFA President Eng Moses Magogo, last month. In a...
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Museveni Reopens Sports, But With Restrictions

President Museveni has given a greenlight for the resumption of Sports in the country but with stringent restrictions amidst Coronavirus struggle. This, comes after 186 days since a ban on public gatherings was effected in March 18, 2020. Addressing the Nation on Sunday night, Museveni put up strong restrictions including...

Sport All Ears Ahead of Presidential Address

President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni will address the nation on Sunday at 8pm to give an update on the Covid19 struggle. The Sports Fraternity is anxiously waiting and hoping for the good news in terms of Sports Resumption. It has been 186 days of no Sport in the country since a...
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Crested Cranes Player Confirms Testing Positive For COVID-19

Uganda Crested Cranes player has confirmed testing positive for the deadly Coronavirus. USA-based defender Joan Nakirya announced the diagnosis on her social media accounts: "I was tested positive for Covid19 this afternoon. I was exposed to two people. I went from Zero to feeling sick in a matter of hours....
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Wait Continues For Sports As Museveni Extends Lockdown

President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni, on Monday, extended the country's lockdown for more 21 days. The President said restrictions on public gatherings, boda bodas, arcades, salons and curfew among others remain in place. Sports in Uganda has been banned since mid March, stretching to 95 days since. Most Federations have cancelled...

Fans Breach Covid19 Rules On Football Return In Tanzania

Saturday Mwadui 0-1 Young AfricansCoastal Union 2-2 Namungo Sunday Azam FC Vs MbaoSimba vs Ruvu shooting Stars Football in Tanzania resumed on Saturday with two top flight fixtures after three months of suspension but with major Covid19 concern. Fans that attended the games did not comply with the regulations that...

Vipers Players Unhappy With Management

Vipers players in the dugout at St Mary's stadium Kitende. Bata Images Vipers players have cried foul after the club management decided to reduce their monthly salaries without consent, a source has told this website. Sources close to the players claim that they received drastic salary cuts for the month...

Covid19: Government To Pay Kenya Premier League Players Monthly

Government will pay Kenya Premier League players $100 each for the next three months to ease their struggles during this Covid19 pandemic. Sports Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohammed told the Kenyan press that the initiave will cost Ksh20M which is part of Ksh50M stimulus package set aside from the sports fund...
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Covid19: NCS Asks Federations To Submit SOPs

National Council of Sports (NCS) has asked sports federations to submit their Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for resumption of sports activities. Sports in the country has been on hold since the government put a ban on public gatherings in mid March. NCS is a government statutory organ responsible to among...

Azam FC: Nicholas Wadada Set To Miss Rest Of Season

Defender Nicholas Wakiro Wadada is set to miss the rest of the 2019/20 league season with Azam FC, Daily News has reported. Wadada is one of the seven foreign players who are currently outside Tanzania due to lockdown in their respective countries. “We are unable to facilitate the travel logistics...

Tanzania To Allow Few Fans As League Resumes Next Month

The government of Tanzania has given Tanzania mainland football league to resume from June 1, 2020. Tanzania Minister of Information, Culture, Arts and Sports Harrison Mwakyembe confirmed that they will allow few fans as they move to stop Covid19 pandemic. “Each team will be allowed to have a specific number...

Rwanda Ends League, APR Takes 18th Title

Federation of Rwanda Football Association (FERWAFA) on Friday ended football competitions "after thorough consideration on the unprecedented situation caused by Covid19 pandemic." The Rwanda Federation consequently awarded APR the 2019/20 league title for a record-extending 18th time. This is the first title for APR since the 2017/18 season and the...

FUFA Right To End Season – What They Said

FUFA has taken the right decision to end the Football league season according some experts. The Federation, on Wednesday, confirmed the end of the 2019/20 season due to the Covid19 pandemic. Read - Vipers Declared UPL Champions as FUFA Ends Football season Consequently, Vipers have been awarded the UPL title...

Express FC Receives Food Relief From Sponsors Betway

StarTimes Uganda Premier League side Express FC have received food relief for their players and coaching staff from sponsors Betway Uganda to support them during the coronavirus pandemic. The contribution, worthy Sh5M, is fulfilment of the pledge Betway had ealier promised last month to their assets. Each player, a total...

Cameroon End Football Season, To Expand League

Cameroon has ended their football season because of the Covid19 pandemic, it's official. The decision was announced on Tuesday, May 13 in a letter signed by Cameroon Football Federation (FECAFOOT) president Seidou Mbomba Njoya. The leagues ended are; the EliteOne and Elite Two professional championships, the national first division women's...
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