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Key decisions from the 25th FUFA Exco Meeting held on 13th October 2021 at Sky Beach Hotel, Garuga

The FUFA Executive Committee convened on Wednesday 13th October 2021 at Sky Beach Hotel Garuga and several decisions were made. Below are the decisions; Proposed list of Ugandan referees for the 2022 FIFA badges Male referees: Sabilla Ali Chelangat, Ssali Mashood, Oloya William, Ronald Madanda, Olemu George and Kasalirwe Lucky Razake. Assistant referees: Okello Dick,

Resumption of Covid-19 Vaccination programme for the football family

FUFA is committed to working with all good willed groups to save the lives of its stakeholders against the COVID-19 pandemic. In this spirit, the FUFA COVID-19 Management Committee will conduct another round of vaccination in support of Government’s programmes through the Ministry of Health (MoH) for all Members and officials

Beach Soccer Infrastructure: UBSA acquires land in Buliisa to construct facility

Uganda Beach Soccer Association (UBSA) acquired land measuring to one acre in Buliisa district to construct a beach soccer facility. The donation came from Kisansya Primary school in Buliisa Town council, Buliisa District. UBSA chairman Deo Mutabazi graced the inspection of the site at Kisansya primary School and expressed his appreciation for

Free to Air Rights of the Uganda Cranes Home Matches during the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Qualifiers.

FUFA has continued to follow all necessary steps aimed at bringing live coverage of the National Senior Team- The Uganda Cranes closer to the Television sets for members of public within the territory of Uganda but within the rules and regulations of the game.   Therefore, FUFA granted its Free to

Covid-19: No more fans in stadiums at FUFA Organised and authorised Competitions

FUFA has issued Circular number 1136 directing all clubs not to admit fans to the stadiums until further notice. The communication signed off by the FUFA Deputy CEO-Football Decolas Kiiza was issued on Thursday 3rd June 2021.   The circular is addressed to FUFA Members, Special Interest Groups of FUFA and Stakeholders

Ugandan Football: Every human activity in the modern game requires expertise

Ugandan Football is a hospital where the ambulance driver undertakes brain surgery and is applauded by the gallery. Modern Day Football is a highly technical practice that requires a lot of human expertise in; Governance Business Sport Expertise is developed by experience and/or training. A brain Surgeon is prepared for over 10’s of years and