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Beach Soccer: Beginners’ coaching, refereeing courses start in Western region

The Uganda Beach Soccer Association (UBSA) run coaching and refereeing courses for the Western region have started at Bishop Stuart University in Mbarara.

There are over 40 participants coming from all the eight districts that make up the Western region.

Western Region FA Chairman Seka Mutaka addressing the participants

UBSA chairman, Deo Mutabazi hinted on the importance of the course with a  four year strategic plan that started in 2013.

‘We have started with capacity building commencing with the Western Uganda region’  Mutabazi stated.

Participants at the course

The course that has attracted 19 referees and 21 coaches was officially opened by Bishop Stuart PRO Rose Rwankole who represented Vice Chancellor Prof. Moudah Kamatenesi but UBSA officials led by their Chairman Mutabazi later paid her a courtesy visit where they presented to her a Uganda Cranes jersey.

UBSA Chairman Deo Mutabazi making his key note address at the opening ceremony

After the Western region, the programme will continue with the Eastern and Kitara regions.

Early next year, the regions of West Nile, Northern Uganda and  North East shall be encroached.

UBSA boss Deo Mutabazi handing over the Uganda Cranes replica jersey to Vice Chancellor Prof. Moudah Kamatenesi at her office.

Uganda’s only CAF beach soccer and Futsal Instructor Ali Mwebe is imparting all his expertise in the participants assisted by qualified beach soccer coaches Bashir Mutyaba, Anthony Tumwesigye (Course Coordinator).

CAF Instructor Ali Mwebe (L) has camped in Mbarara to pass on beach soccer skills

The course ends on Friday 29th July 2016.


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