• August 15, 2020

Tags : Women Football

When Hasifah Nassuna’s Jersey Got Lost In Dressing Room At

Uganda Crested Cranes star Hasifah Nassuna remembers the 2016 CECAFA Women Championship vividly not because she was the top scorer with six goals but because of one strange incident. During Uganda’s last group game against Burundi, Nassuna lost her jersey in the dressing room during a halftime break. Earlier, Faisal Ikwaput’s goal at the stroke […]Read More

Tooro Queens’ Rogers Ayesiga Calls For More Women Academies

Rogers Ayesiga, Tooro Queens coach. Katongole photo Tooro Queens WFC coach Rogers Ayesiga has called for more football academies if Uganda is to develop women football. Ayesiga says that more academies can drive Uganda to the levels of Cameroon, South Africa and Nigeria among others. He adds that these Women academies are needed to provide […]Read More

Women Football: Joan Nabirye On Why Kenya Ranks Above Uganda

Teenage midfielder Anita Joan Nabirye has confessed Kenya have the better Women league than Uganda. Nabirye, 18-year old Ugandan, joined Kenyan club Vihiga United on a four-year deal from Uganda’s Asubo Gafford in February this year. She admitted that Women football in Kenya is more competitive and receives more media space while the same cannot […]Read More

Ali Zzinda On How FUFA Should Repackage Women Football

She Coperates coach Ali Zinda believes Women football needs proper packaging to at least match the growth of the Men’s game. Women football in Uganda is growing at a steady progress with more developments put in place, there is no doubt about that. The federation of Uganda football association separated the women league; The formerly […]Read More

Margaret Kunihira: The Making Of An Attacking Midfielder

Margaret Kunihira in action for Uganda U17. Courtesy Margaret Kunihira ran into space to receive the ball. She precisely controlled a low long pass just outside the box, and with composure, she managed to buy herself space and time away from the markers. With power, she rifled into the top corner to beat Tanzania goalkeeper. […]Read More

Women Elite League: Asubo Gafford Target Lango Scalp

Asubo Gafford FC in training. Saturday, February 8 *Asubo Gafford vs Lango Queens *Town View Vs Makerere University Ladies In attempt to increase the chances of the team getting promoted to the FUFA super women league, Asubo Gafford ladies will be welcoming newly promoted lira based team lango Queens on Saturday, February 8th at Kitezi […]Read More

FIFA U17 World Cup Qualifiers: Uganda Hit Six In Practice

Uganda women national U17 team beat a select side 6-0 in a practice match for their return leg against Ethiopia in the FIFA U17 Women World Cup Qualifiers. Juliet Nalukenge, Fauzia Najjemba, Shakira Nyinagahirwa, Kevin Nakachwa, Catherine Nagadya and Eva Nagayi were all on target in an enormous victory. This was the team’s last practice […]Read More

Nalukenge, Nagadya Spur Uganda Past Ethiopia

Saturday, January 11 *Uganda 2-0 Ethiopia (StarTimes Stadium, Lugogo) Juliet Nalukenge’s early strike and a late Catherine Nagadya’s header sealed Uganda’s U17 girls 2-0 victory in the first leg of the first preliminary round of FUFA U17 Women World Cup qualifiers at Startimes Stadium, Lugogo. In the 5th minute, captain Juliet Nalukenge put Uganda in […]Read More

Year In Review: A Recap Of 2019 In Women Football

The year 2019 has been a Cinderella tale for women football in the country at all levels, with quite a number of achievements, more participation of teams in different levels and of course new stars in the game. The-SportsNation’s Bagala Peace Diane takes you down the memory lane for what been an extremely busy year. […]Read More

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