The CAF Emergency Committee, in consultation with FIFA, has decided to postpone the CAF Qualifiers for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™️ that were due to be played in June 2021 after taking into consideration the current challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, and the need to ensure the optimal
Key decisions from the 24th FUFA Exco Meeting held on 30th April, 2021
The FUFA Executive is a policy making organ that takes key decisions on football matters in Uganda on a quarterly basis.
On Friday 30th April 2021, the FUFA President Eng. Moses Magogo chaired the 24th FUFA Executive Meeting in
Another fabulous weekend it was for a number of Ugandan players in the diaspora that saw four find the back of the net.
102.1 FUFA fm’s Ronnie Lusulire kept a close follow up on the stars to find out who was in and out of action.
Forward Uche Mubiru Ikpeauzi scored in
Another weekend full of action for Ugandan players in the diaspora but do you know how they fared?
102.1 FUFA Fm’s Ronnie Lusulire who also hosts Tugukyangira Bunayira (Programme dedicated for news about Uganda’s foreign based players) on the football radio every Tuesday from 10pm-Midnight kept a keen eye on the
The Head Coach of the Uganda Men’s National team, Johnathan McKinstry, has today reached an agreement with FUFA to bring an end to his 18 months at the helm of the Uganda Cranes.
FUFA would like to thank Coach McKinstry and his staff for the work and dedication to developing the
Another icon of Ugandan football draws the curtains to such an illustrious career with the Uganda Cranes.
Denis Masinde Onyango has been the best goalkeeper I have watched in the World. For those who follow, it is not the first time I am saying this.We have always been sure that there
The Uganda Cranes will shift focus to the forthcoming Africa 2022 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers that will get underway in June this year.
The Cranes are pooled in Group E alongside Mali and neighbours Kenya and Rwanda.
The quest for a first ever appearance at the global showpiece will begin with a
Uganda Cranes missed out on the opportunity of qualifying for the 2021 Total Africa Cup of Nations after losing to Malawi on Monday.
Prior to the game, Uganda needed just a point to earn a third successive appearance at AFCON.
Richard Mbulu's goal in the 16th minute turned out to be the
Uganda Cranes Contingent left on Sunday morning aboard Uganda Airlines Chartered flight to Blantyre for the final and decisive AFCON Qualifier against Malawi to be played on Monday 29th March 2021.
Majestic walk as players get ready for the trip to Malawi
FUFA Executive Committee Member Ronnie Kalema is the Leader
Uganda Cranes assistant coach Abdallah Mubiru is optimistic that the team can seal qualification away against Malawi on Monday next week.
Mubiru who was in charge of the game in the absence of head coach Johnathan McKinstry was left disappointed that the team couldn’t secure all three points against Burkina Faso