FUFA Issues Stern Warning To Clubs Over Resumption

Federation of Uganda Football Association, FUFA, has warned clubs not to resume sporting activities until advised. The caution comes after some Clubs have reportedly started training ahead of the 2020/21 season. Mbarara City FC for example, held friendly matches among other teams. This, comes after President Museveni gave Sports a...

Covid19 Relief Funds: FUFA Cautions Beneficiaries

FUFA has asked Clubs and other stakeholders to use the Covid19 Relief funds in an effective and beneficial way. On Monday FUFA Deputy CEO Decolas Kiiza confirmed that the Federation has received the first batch of the FIFA Covid19 relief grant totaling to $500,000. Consequently, the Executive Committee approved the...
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FUFA Reveals UPL Clubs Owners

Federation of Uganda Football Association revealed the owners of the clubs that will play in the Uganda Premier League next season. The list includes new comers MYDA FC and UPDF FC, with a third member yet to be determined, courtesy of the upcoming promotion playoffs. The information of club ownership...
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47 Ex Internationals Attend Meeting With FUFA

Forty Seven former Uganda Cranes players attended the consultative meeting with FUFA held at Ivy's Hotel Wakaliga on Friday. The meeting chaired by FUFA boss Moses Magogo was held to pave way and see how best the lives of the ex internationals can be improved. FUFA has been at receiving...
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