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The Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) is the governing body of football in Uganda.

FUFA’s President is Eng. Moses Magogo.

The Chief Executive Officer is Mr. Edgar Watson Suubi.

The association was founded in 1924, got affiliated to CAF in 1959 and to FIFA, a year later (1960).

FUFA organises and manages the men’s and women’s national football teams, and the top and second tiers of national football league-Uganda Premier League and FUFA Big League respectively.

The third tier (Regional Leagues) is organised by the regional football associations and the fourth tier (District Leagues / Fourth Division) are administered the many district football associations.

FUFA also organizes the Ugandan Cup which is the oldest football competition of knockout format having started in 1971.
FUFA also regulates football activities in Uganda.

FUFA is located at FUFA House, Plot No. 879 Albert Cook Road-Mengo

P.O. Box 22518 Kampala, Uganda

Tel: +256312290403, +256312290412

Fax: +256414272702

Web: www.fufa.co.ug

Email: [email protected]

  • PATRICKS DAGU

    i would like to salute every person in the office, i
    would like to inquire from your office weather a player who participated
    in airtel rising due to some issues with the management in the camp
    after the game can be banned by the DFA from participating in any
    tournament weather fufa sponsored or locally sponsored? please advice us
    in the district for the betterment of the law of the game.
    thanks
    patrickson
    player

  • bonai

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