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Beach Soccer referees receive National Badges for 2020

FUFA has awarded badges to Eight beach soccer referees at a ceremony held in Lungujja at the  offices of the Special Interest Groups. The handover ceremony was presided over by former FIFA referee and vice-chairman Uganda Football Referees Association (UFRA)   Rosebell Rwamuyamba who encouraged the referees to execute their work with a positive attitude in order to maintain the badges in accordance with the FIFA Laws of the Game.

‘I am grateful for all the effort you put in.  You must remain  focused and dedicated to your job because FUFA reserves the right of giving them out and recalling them back’ noted Rwamuyamba.

Komugisha Ritah wtih Rosebell Rwamuyamba (R) after recieving her 2020 badge

Deo Mutabazi chairman Uganda Beach Soccer Association  (UBSA )

‘ It is our mandate to fulfill FUFA’s mission to Develop, Promote and Protect football for all. Referees must be at their best.  We thank  FUFA Excom for approving the proposal to improve referees’ welfare’ added Mutabazi

Chairman Uganda Beach Soccer Association Deo Mutabazi addressing referees at the SIGs office, Lungujja.

Uganda has four international beaxh soccer referees;  Kintu Ivan Bayige, Mugerwa Shafic, Ssenteza Muhammad and Kawagga Bazirio Kennedy

The referees who received the badges; Komugisha Ritah, Chestit Hakeem, Munyendo Joel, Mirembe Dianah, Madhooba Joraam, Sande Richard, Swaiman Abdulaziz and Tukahirwa Racheal.

L-R; Chestit Hakeem, Madhooba Joram, Sande Richard, Komugisha Ritah and Munyendo Joel after receiving their badges

MAIN PHOTO: Referees in a group photo with Margaret Kubingi (Chairperson Uganda Women Football Association) and Rosebell Rwamuyamba.


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