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44th Edition FUFA Uganda Cup: SC Villa Jogoo, Vipers, KCCA seal round of 32 berths

44th Edition of the FUFA Uganda Cup:

  • Full round of 64 Results:
    • Express 6-0 Kachumbala Rock Stars
    • Kansai Plascon 6-1 Butyaba Red Stars
    • Pallisa Young 0-5 Nyamityobora
    • Mbarara F.C 0-4 KCCA
    • Ntoda 0-3 Soana
    • City Lads 0-3 Kira United
    • Amuka Bright Light 3-1 Saviours FC
    • Bronken 1-3 Vipers
    • SC Villa Jogoo 2-0 Hope Doves
    • Rushere 2-0 Kamuli
    • Bugwere 0-2 Ndejje University
    • Ntinda United 2-0 Young Elephants
    • Greater Masaka 0-2 Police
    • Kabale Sharp 1-2 Busula
    • URA 0-1 KJT
    • Water 1-0 Maroons
    • Vura Stars 0-1 Bright Stars
    • Sun City 0-1 BUL
    • URA 0-1 KJT
    • Busia Fisheries 0-1 UPDF
    • Seeta United 1-0 Kirinya-Jinja SS
    • Lungujja Galaxy 2 (2) – 2 (3) Mbarara City
    • Kitara FC 1(7) – 1(6) Koboko Rising stars
    • Simba 0 (7) – 0 (6) Paidha Black Angels
    • Kireka United 1 (3)- 1 (4) Arua Tigers
    • Kyetume 0 (2) – 0 (4) Luwero United
    • Nabitende United 0 (4)- 0(3) Bumate United
    • Masavu Vs JMC Hippos (Away team failed to show up)
    • Lira United Vs Kataka (Away team failed to show up)
    • Onduparaka Vs Light S.S (Away team failed to show up)
    • Synergy Vs Bukedea (Away team failed to show up)
    • Proline Vs Nkambi Coffee (Away team failed to show up)
    • Doves All Stars Vs Agape S.S (Away team failed to show up)


The round of 64 FUFA Uganda Cup matches were completed on Sunday with two matches.

Sports Club Villa Jogoo gritted their teeth to out muscle Hope Doves 2-0 at the Masaka Recreational Stadium.

George Ssenkaaba and Ambrose Kirya scored the goals.

On Saturday, Vipers defeated Kasese’s Bronken 3-1 with the goals coming from Bashir Asiku, Frank Tumwesigye and Steven Mukwala.

The consolation for the home side came from Xavier Masereka.

Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) football club, the reigning champions in this tournament started their title defence in style with a 4-0 away victory to Mbarara in Kakyeeka stadium.

Striker Patrick Kaddu scored twice for KCCA and he also missed a penalty.

Allan Okello and Paul Mucureezi were also on target for KCCA.

There were some matches that were not played after the expected visiting teams did not honour their respective games.

The FUFA Competitions Department will communicate the fate of these matches.

Meanwhile, the date for the draws of the round of 32 will be confirmed in the near future.

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