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Moroto to host 99th FUFA Ordinary General Assembly

FUFA has confirmed the 99th FUFA Ordinary General Assembly will be held in Moroto district, North East Region Football Association later this year. FUFA President Hon. Magogo Moses Hassim revealed this during a press conference on Thursday at FUFA Complex.

The decision was passed during the 28th FUFA Executive Committee Meeting held on 18th March 2023.

Unlike in the past, this year’s General Assembly comes with changes including having the event run for two days.

‘Among the decisions of the executive was to expand the events of the General Assembly of FUFA to two days so that one full day is dedicated to discuss football and the second day to discuss Governance and Business,’ the President stated.

‘We are open to suggestions of the composition of the football forum to discuss competitions, national teams, football development and infrastructure.’ He added.

It should be noted the FUFA Ordinary General Assembly is rotated among the eight regions of FUFA and the most recent was held in Gulu City (Northern Region) last year.

Regions that have hosted the FUFA Ordinary General Assembly since 2013

2013 – Jinja (Eastern Region)

2014 – Lira (Northern Region)

2015 – Soroti (North East Region)

2016- Luweero (Buganda Region)

2017- Masindi (Kitara Region)

2018- Kabale (Western Region)

2019- Adjumani (West Nile Region)

2020 – Nakawa (Kampala Region)

2021- Mbale (Eastern Region)

2022- Gulu (Northern Region)

The Assembly takes place annually, football delegates convene and review activities carried out in the previous twelve months plus planning for the future.

According to Article 21 (2) of the FUFA Statutes and Regulations, the FUFA President conducts business at the General Assembly in compliance with the standing orders.

Some of the key areas of address in the FUFA Ordinary General Assembly include activity report, financial statements, approval of budgets, admission of new Members and dismissing of members among others.

Prior to the Ordinary FUFA General Assembly, all Member Associations convene independent annual Assembles in accordance with the FUFA Statutes.

The 34 Members of FUFA are:

  • StarTimes Uganda Premier League clubs
  • The FUFA Big League
  • The FUFA Women National Leagues
  • The 8 Regional Associations

  • Special Interest Groups
    • The Uganda Football Players Association
    • The Uganda Women Football Association
    • The Uganda Football Coaches Association
    • The Uganda Football Referees Association
    • The Uganda Beach-Soccer Association
    • The Uganda Schools Football Association
    • The Uganda Youth Football Association
    • The Futsal Association of Uganda
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