FUFA Women’s Cup 2019:
Fourth Round (Quarter finals):
- Match No 25: Echoes High School Vs Tooro Queens – Soroti Sports grounds
- Match No: 26: Uganda Martyrs High School Vs She Corporates – Lubaga
- Match No. 27: Makerere University Vs Kawempe Junior – Makerere University
- Match No. 28: Lady Doves Vs Olila High School – Katushabe Play ground, Masindi
*Dates will be confirmed
The draws for the fourth round of the 2019 FUFA Women’s cup were successfully held on Wednesday, 17 April 2019 at FUFA House in Kampala.
Soroti based Echoes High School plays host to Tooro Queens at the Soroti play ground in match 25.
Uganda Martyrs High School will entertain She Corporates at Lubaga, Makerere University face Kawempe Junior at Makerere University.
Meanwhile, Masindi’s Lady Doves was confirmed to take on Olila High School at the Katushabe play-ground.
The dates for the quarter finals will be confirmed.
No club has ever managed to successfully defend the championship after the elimination of the previous two winners; Olila High School (2017) and Uganda Christian University (2018).
The draws were conducted by two delegates representing the women at the FUFA General Assembly – Margret Kubingi and Owek. Florence Bagunywa Nkalubo.
‘I thank all the key stake holders for supporting the teams that engage in women football development. I thank FUFA for providing the perfect environment to operate from , sponsors and the Government‘ remarked the chairperson of the Uganda Women Football Association (UWFA), Margret Kubingi.
Fourth Round (Quarter finals) Rules:
1 – Shall comprise of 8 teams qualified from the third round
2 – FUFA shall draw lots to generate fixtures for the fourth round
3 – If the teams are still tying by goals at the end of the match, extra time of of not more than 15 minutes each half shall be played to determine the winner and the team with more goals after extra time shall be the winner of the match.
4 – If the teams are not separated by Art 23 (3) above, spot kicks shall be applied to determine the winner.
MAIN PHOTO: The two women football delegates Margret Kubingi (left) and Owek. Florence Bagunywa Nkalubo before the draws