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FUFA President Magogo promises to front Sports agenda in 11th Parliament

Magogo was voted MP for Budiope East to the 11th Parliament The FUFA President insists must be taken to Parliament Salient areas that need Government intervention to kick-start the professional sports sector are; Funding, Legislation, Infrastructure and Policies. The Sports industry will grow only if there is investment

U-17 Girls team, Okwi recognized at the Nile Special USPA Awards

Nile Special Male Footballer of the year: Emmanuel Arnold Okwi Rwenzori Female Footballer of the year: Juliet Nalukenge Team of the year: Uganda U-17 Girls Football Team The national U17 Women football team has been honoured for its outstanding performance in 2019. Sports scribes under their umbrella body-USPA (Uganda Sports Press Association) honoured the

COVID-19 Financial Relief: FUFA extends 735M to Women Football Clubs

Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) confirms that allocation of financial assistance (FIFA COVID-19 relief) towards Women football clubs has been effected. This is after the World football governing body, FIFA released USD 500,000 specifically directed towards the development and continuity of women’s football after the outbreak of COVID-19. ‘FUFA has received

Uganda U17 Women’s National Team starts training

​The Uganda National U17 Women Football team has today embarked on field preparations for the final round the FIFA U17 Women World 2021 Qualifiers against Cameroon. Midfielder Hadijjah Nandago chest controls the ball in training. The team under the stewardship of coaches Hadijja Namuyanja, Olive Mbekeka (fitness) and James Magala (goalkeeper)

Statement by Ayub Khalifa

I have on Thursday 8th October 2020 tested positive for Covid -19. I am now in self-isolation from the camp for a period as guided by the health officials for better medication and recovery.  While I am away, I will help conduct some sessions with my technical team for the players online