Continental Double Header Fixtures:
On Saturday, 19th July 2014
CAF Youth Qualifier: Uganda U-17 Vs Rwanda U-17 – At 2 p.m
AFCON 2015 Qualifier: Uganda Vs Mauritania – 5 p.m
Both Matches at Namboole Stadium
Entry Fees: Ordinary – 20,0000/=
VIP – 50,000/=
VVIP – 120,000/=
Uganda Cranes main sponsors, Airtel Uganda has today disclosed a fans’ campaign that will see the telecommunications giants sponsor football supporters for an expense paid for trip to Mauritania.
Addressing the media at FUFA house during the weekly press conference at Mengo, Airtel Uganda Brand and Asset Manager, Noella Byuma announced the campaign.
How fans will win the all expenses paid for trip:
“Football fans have to buy match tickets for this Saturday’s games (Uganda U17 Vs Rwanda U17 and Uganda Vs Mauritania). They will then have to capture the match ticket type CRANES then send an sms it to 8558”, Byuma explained the procedure.
Ugandan fans will have to watch two games with one ticket.
Uganda Junior side, The Cubs open up with a 2 pm fixture against Rwanda in a CAF Youth championship qualifier.
The senior team, The Cranes will play at 5 pm against Mauritania in the AFCON 2015 Qualifier.
Mauritania jets into the country on Thursday at 00:55 am aboard Ethiopian Airways while Rwanda are expected to reach the same day at noon.
The ticket selling outlets:
1 – Airtel Uganda Outlets : Game Lugogo, Shoprite Ben Kiwanuka Street, Bugolobi, Bweyogerere and Jinja Road
2 – City oil branches: Bombo Road, Martin Road, Bakuli, Nakawa and Kamwokya.
3 – Gapco Ben Kiwanuka
4 – Total branches: Nakivubo, Bwaise, Kajjansi, Kirekka, Bweyogerere and
5 – Kobil branches: Kawempe, Kasubi and Kansanga.
6 – Shell branches: Capital, Kibuye and Bugolobi.
8 – Hard Ware World-Ntinda
9 – City Shoppers Super Market-Mukono.
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