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Youth Football: UYFA streamlines sensitization for grass-root development across the 8 FUFA regions

In a bid to educate the owners and key stake holders involved in the day-to-day running of youth football in the country, the Uganda Youth Football Association (UYFA) initiated a nation-wide sensitization campaign. This campaign was intended to involve the different stake holders who are pertinent in grass-root football administration. All the

Airtel at Ten: FUFA President’s message of appreciation

Since 8th June 2010, Airtel Uganda Limited officially launched their services in Uganda and has since established themselves as the country’s leading telecommunications company. Airtel Uganda is the main sponsor of the Uganda Cranes but have also joined hands to support the FUFA Awards, FUFA Juniors League, Airtel Rising Stars U-17

Youth Football: FUFA identifies 13 teams for FIFA Analysis Talent Development project

Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) has identified 13 teams that will be used for the FIFA analysis of football eco-system for talent development in Uganda. In a circular dated 3rd June 2020,  the FUFA Football Development Director Ali Mwebe elaborated this new FIFA initiative aimed at helping member associations to

FUFA President Magogo to address football fraternity on Wednesday about status of the game in the Country

FUFA President Eng. Moses Magogo will address the football fraternity and various stakehokders of the game on Wednesday 20th May 2020. Time: 11am Topic: Status of Football in Uganda. The address will be streamed live on all FUFA Communication platforms; Facebook (Federation of Uganda Football Associations-FUFA) Twitter (@OfficialFUFA) YouTube (FUFA TV) 102.1 FUFA fm Instagram (fufamedia) It is Our

Interview: FUFA President on Reforms, Jinja Declaration and professionalising football in Uganda

The proposed reforms for FUFA competitions have created serious debates on various platforms by different football stakeholders. It is FUFA’s duty to share ideas through educational sessions and interactions with the public.  FUFA TV caught up with FUFA President Eng. Moses Magogo about the reforms. FUFA TV: FUFA has come

Professionalising Club Football in Uganda: Proposed reforms for FUFA Competitions

FUFA has issued communication contained in Circular No. 1107  dated 24th March 2020 to all football stakeholders  with decisions taken  about proposed reforms on FUFA Competitions during the 22nd FUFA Exco meeting  held on 13th March 2020 at the Executive House-FUFA Complex in Mengo. The reforms are expected to be effective

Provisional Working Arrangements at FUFA in view of the Covid -19 Situation

Dear Football stakeholders, As you are aware, H.E. President of the Republic of Uganda General Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has this evening addressed the Nation and relayed to all citizens guidelines to be observed during a 32- day period in the fight against the deadly virus (COVID-19). FUFA wishes to urge its stakeholders

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