• July 12, 2020

Tags : Kakyeka Stadium

Mbarara City FC: Mwine Mpaka On Ssenyondo, Hints On New

Mbarara City Football Club president Mwine Mpaka has revealed the reasons why the club rehired coach Brian Ssenyondo last season, and hinted on the stadium plans. The Ankole Lions appointed Ssenyondo at the start of the 2019/20 season, replacing Livingston Mbabazi. The former Synergy coach led the team to a third place finish in FUFA […]Read More

Rewind: When Vipers Scored a ‘VAR’ Goal

Clovis Mbayi (screenshot from Azam TV) On November 3 2017, Mbarara City FC fans left Kakyeka Stadium hard done by and disappointed after referee Muzamir Tulu needed Video Replays (VAR) to award Vipers a goal – which is against FUFA Competitions regulations. Defender Asuman Alishe, a Mbarara City FC player then, says that it was […]Read More

Mbarara Vs Police: Hosts Bank On Home Support At Kakyeka

Friday, February 7 *Onduparaka Vs Express *Mbarara Vs Police Mbarara City FC will host Police FC on match-day 21 of Startimes Uganda premier league at Kakyeka Stadium, Mbarara. This will be Mbarara’s first game at Kakyeka in the second round since it was cleared by FUFA licensing committe after meeting minimum requirements. The Ankole Lions […]Read More

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 the playing surface towards the […]Read More

Magogo: We Turned Down Offer To Host CHAN

FUFA President Eng Moses Magogo has revealed that the Uganda turned down an offer to host 2020 CHAN due to poor facilities in the country. He made the revelation during an 88.5 Super FM sports show on Sunday. To host CHAN, willing countries submit their bids to Confederation of African Football (CAF). However, the African […]Read More

Mbarara Vs Bright Stars: First At Kakyeka

Wednesday, November 6 *Mbarara City FC Vs Bright Stars – 4:30PM Mbarara City will host their first league game at Kakyeka Stadium for the first time this season. Kakyeka had failed to meet the licensing requirements before it was approve after second inspection on October 10. Consequently, the club has been using Luzira Prisons grounds […]Read More

Mbarara Cleared To Return Home

Kakyeka Stadium, home to UPL side Mbarara city FC, has been cleared to host league games, it’s official. This is after the stadium met the minimum required standards as set by FUFA Licensing committe. Initially Kakyeka was deemed by instance committed which did inspection and found that the Stadium had no proper dressing rooms, perimeter […]Read More

UPL: Two Grounds To Be Re-inspected

Mbarara’s Kakyeka and BUL’s Bugembe Stadium are the two grounds that are set to be re-inspected by the UPL Licinsing committee to determine whether they are suitable to host league games, the-SportsNation.com sources have learnt. Mbarara and BUL have been hosting games at Luzira and Njeru respectively after their initial home grounds failed to meet […]Read More