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Second Division (FUFA Big League): 10 matches on Thursday, 25th February 2016

FUFA Big league (Second Division): Week 15 Fixtures

Rwenzori Group:

Kireka United Vs Hope Doves – Namboole Training ground

Synergy Vs Masavu – Masaka Recreational Stadium

Entebbe F.C Vs Wakiso United – Bugonga Stadium, Entebbe

Proline F.C Vs Sun City F.C – Wankulukuku stadium

Elgon Group:

Boma Young F.C Vs Ndejje University – Boma ground, Hoima

Onduparaka F.C Vs Water F.C – Green light play ground, Arua

Bukedea TC Vs Baza Holdings – Bukedea Primary school

Paidha Black Angels F.C Vs Busia Fisheries – Bar Okoro Zombo play ground

Lira United Vs CRO – Lango Sports Ground (2 p.m)

Sporting United Vs Artland Katale – Lango Sports Ground (4 p.m)

The Second division league (FUFA Big league) returns on Thursday, 25th February 2016 after being pushed ahead last week due to the presidential and parliamentary elections.

Ten matches shall be played on the day across the different playing facilities.

Four matches will be played in Rwenzori group and the remaining six in the Elgon group.

In the Rwenzori group, Kireka United is at their Namboole home (outside play grouns) to Hope Doves.

Kireka United lost their first game of the second round, 3-0 to Kirinya/Jinja S.S.

Proline Soccer Academy have a chance to stretch the lead at the summit of the Rwenzori group when they play host to Kasese district’s Sun City at Nakivubo stadium in Kampala.

Elsewhere, Entebbe based Masavu F.C makes the trip to Masaka to play Synergy F.C and another Entebbe club, Entebbe F.C will entertain Wakiso United at Bugonga play ground.

In the Elgon group, on form Onduparaka F.C, fresh from walloping Artland Katale 3-0 will host Water F.C at the green light arena.

Lira United and CRO F.C shall be engaged in a 2 p.m fixture at Lango sports ground before a 4 p.m game between another Lira entity, Sporting United against Artland Katale F.C.

In the other matches on the day, Boma Young will play footballing students, Ndejje University in Hoima as Bukedea Town council hosts Baza Holdings at Bukedea Primary school play ground.


Three clubs shall be promoted at the end of the 2015/16 to the Azam Uganda Premier League.

Each of the top clubs (per group – Rwenzori and Elgon) earns a direct slot to the elite league.

Meanwhile, the third club is determined via a promotional play off after the top two clubs per group play a semi-final before the final to determine the third club.


To create space for the clubs being promoted from the regional leagues, eight clubs (four per group) are relegated at the end of the season.

MAIN PHOTO: FUFA Big league play-offs of the previous edition at the phillip Omondi stadium, Lugogo



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