The FUFA Super League Board and its Licensing Board will inspect the Buikwe stadium that is still under ban following crowd violence in the first round of the FSL match between Vipers and Sports Club Villa.
The FUFA Vice President Mujib Kasule has confirmed that the federation has received official communication from Vipers Sports club signed by Secretary Haruna Kyobe informing the FUFA Competitions Committee that the stadium is now ready to host league games again.
‘Our team will visit Buikwe tomorrow at Midday to inspect the stadium. A report should be ready by close of business on Monday next week’ said Kasule.
The inspection team will try to find out whether;
1-the players and match officials’ dressing rooms are now separated from the fans’ stands
2-The safety of fans is guaranteed
3-A proper perimeter fence
Vipers are hopeful that the inspection team will clear them to host league games again.
“We have worked tirelessly to ensure that whatever was required of us is in place hence we are optimistic the ground will be reinstated after the inspection’ said Kyobe.
The current FSL table leaders Vipers have been using St Mary’s Kitende as their home ground following the ban.