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FUFA Report: Why Kakyeka Not Fit To Host UPL Matches

Kakyeka Stadium in Mbarara City FC is one of the stadiums that didn't classify into level three after the recent FUFA inspection Hence, the stadium is unfit to host Uganda Premier League matches for the 2020/21 season. Kakyeka Stadium has been home for UPL side Mbarara City FC. The Ankole...

Magogo Calls For Cooperation Ahead of Club Licensing Process

FUFA President Moses Magogo has urged clubs to cooperate ahead of the Club Licensing Process. FUFA will conduct the Clubs Pro Agenda with the Uganda Premier League and Big League teams. Magogo says that the process will be done in order to "smoothen" the Club Licensing Process. "The success of...

Key Dates – FUFA Club Licensing Action Plan For 2020/21 Season

FUFA, the UPL Board, and top Division clubs held a consultative meeting in Mengo at which a club licensing action plan2020/2021 was released. The Federation asked clubs for full cooperation during the licensing exercise in the timelines set. The Federation has set a tentative date of October 17, 2020 when...

Mbarara City FC Returns To Kakyeka Stadium, Advised

Kakyeka Stadium. NewVision Photo FUFA Licensing committee has cleared Kakyeka stadium to host Mbarara City FC's StarTimes UPL games, its official. The Ankole Lions have been hosting their league games at Bombo since the start of the second round. The stadium had been barred due its poor state especially with...

Tooro Lose Game Against Onduparaka By Forfeiture

Tooro United has lost their game against Onduparaka FC by forfeiture, FUFA Disciplinary panel has ruled. The said match was supposed to be played on Tuesday on January 7 at St Paul Seminary in Fort Portal but it was called off after Tooro players had no licenses. The development comes...
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