• July 4, 2020

Tags : FUFA

FUFA Calls For Extra Ordinary General Assembly To Plan For

FUFA’s Executive Committee has called for an Extra Ordinary General Assembly after FIFA approved $1.5M relief fund to each Member Association. The meeting which will be held online, will discuss how best the Federation will put the grant to use. FIFA will give FUFA a universal solidarity grant of $1 million and an additional grant […]Read More

FUFA To Receive $1.5M – All You Need To Know

FUFA offices in Mengo. John Batanudde FUFA will receive $1M after the FIFA council unanimously approved the Covid19 relief plan, the world football governing body announced on Thursday. The Federation will also receive an addition $500,000 grant specifically for women’s football. In addition, FIFA also approved $2M to all the six member confederations including CAF. […]Read More

Onduparaka’s Bernard Atiku Explains Why Clubs Petitioned Sports Minister

Onduparaka FC Patron Bernard Atiku has lifted lid on why ‘boycotting clubs’ petitioned Minister of Education and Sports Madam Janat Kataha Museveni. About nine UPL clubs, including Onduparaka FC, met privately and requested to meet Madam Janat. When FUFA called for a consultative meeting with UPL and the clubs last week, Atiku and some of […]Read More

UPL Clubs Ask FUFA To Defer Proposed League Reforms

Uganda Premier League Clubs have asked Federation of Uganda Football Association to put off the proposed reforms during a meeting held on Thursday in Mengo. FUFA earlier issued out proposals for the competition reforms that include the reduction of Uganda Premier League from 16 to 12 clubs. Once approved, FUFA said that the reforms will […]Read More

Magogo Advises Big League Clubs On Capacity Building

FUFA President Eng Moses Magogo has asked the Big League clubs to “grow your capacity” during a meeting held on Friday at FUFA house in Mengo. Magogo, speaking in his usual low tone, said that the teams are just playing for Promotion which may not be bad sportingly but football is played for more reasons […]Read More

Big League Teams Required To Have Junior Teams – FUFA

FUFA Big League clubs have been asked to have Junior teams of under 17, FUFA has proposed. The new idea may be put into place as early as this coming season. It has been suggested that these Junior teams will be playing in the regionals where the respective clubs belong. The above, rhymes with an […]Read More

2020/21 Big League: FUFA Reveals Tentative Dates For Kickoff

Tooro United and Proline FC will play in FUFA Big League next season. Kawowo Sports Photo The upcoming 2020/21 FUFA Big League will kickoff on a tentative date of October 29, FUFA revealed during a meeting with club chairpersons on Friday at Mengo. This will be about two weeks after the top division (UPL) has […]Read More

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

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 the UPL will start while […]Read More

Misagga Sends Out Strong Advice To UPL Clubs

Former SC Villa President Eng Ben Misagga has advised UPL Clubs to “stand up and get your rights back.” The advice comes after some UPL Clubs boycotted a meeting with FUFA at Mengo on Wednesday. Mbarara City and Onduparaka FC are some of the clubs that missed the meeting, and had earlier requested to meet […]Read More

FUFA Sets Tentative Dates For UPL Kickoff Next Season

Federation of Uganda Football Association has revealed the tentative dates for the kickoff of the 2020/21 Uganda Premier League. The league is expected to start on October 17, 2020. “We have agreed to tentatively target the month of October as to when the new season will begin,” FUFA Boss Moses Magogo said. “It is our […]Read More

Nine UPL Clubs To Shun FUFA’s Consultative Meeting

Mbarara City and Express FC are among the nine Uganda Premier League clubs that have turned down an invite for the forthcoming FUFA consultative meeting. The other clubs are Busoga United, Bright Stars, BUL FC, SC Villa, Wakiso Giants, Onduparaka and Kyetume FC. FUFA called teams for the meet on Wednesday, June 10 to discuss […]Read More

The Untold Story Behind UPL Clubs, FUFA Standoff

League action between Mbarara City FC and KCCA FC. Monitor photo The Uganda Premier League clubs met privately this week and agreed to meet with Madam Janat Museveni, the Minister of Education and Sports. The clubs, not any of the VEK teams, Police and URA FC, are expected to reveal all their discontents to the […]Read More

Why UPDF Will Not Attend FUFA-UPL Teams Meeting

No UPDF As FUFA Calls UPL Clubs For Consultative Meeting FUFA has called for a consultative meeting with teams that will play in the 2020/2021 StarTimes Uganda Premier League. The consultative meetings will be focused on club licensing programme for the 2020/2021 season and the proposed Competitions reforms, a statement on FUFA website reads. The […]Read More

Misagga Attacks Magogo For Abandoning Late Kirunda, Ex Players

Eng Ben Misagga has blamed FUFA boss Moses Magogo for ceasing to support Late Uganda Cranes captain Jimmy Kirunda and other ex internationals. The Ntamityobora boss, via his blog, revealed that he was dismayed by FUFA showing concern after Kirunda’s death “especially when they knew knew his health situation before hand.” “Moses Magogo, the discredited, […]Read More

FUFA To Receive $200,000 As CAF Move To Aid Member

Federation of Uganda Football Association (FUFA) will receive $200000, which is about Sh752M, from Confederation of African Football (CAF), it’s official. CAF announced on Thursday that it will release a total of USD 10.8 Million to its 54 member Associations as part of a relief plan to “ease the financial burden” during the COVID-19 Pandemic. […]Read More

Katwe United Appeals Against Relegation, Asks FUFA Sh120M

Katwe United, through Jude Mbabali & Co advocates, has officially appealed against relegation after FUFA decided to end football competitions in the country. In addition, the club, is seeking Sh120M from FUFA in damages for “embarrassment caused.” FUFA Ends Football Season FUFA employed Article 18(c) of the competition rules to decide the final position of […]Read More

Big League: FUFA Wrongly Interpreted The Rules – Ndejje Petition

Ndejje University FC have written to FUFA showing their discontent about the way the competition rules were interpreted when deciding the fate of the 2019/20 FUFA Big League. FUFA, on Wednesday, ended the football season because of Covid19 pandemic. The federation confirmed automatic promotion of MYDA and UPDF from Elgon and Rwenzori groups respectively, into […]Read More

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 as all teams had played […]Read More