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FUFA Club Licensing helps to improve football in Uganda

The Chairman of the FUFA Club Licensing Committee Rogers Mulindwa has witnessed baby steps taken in professionalising club football in Uganda. Many times, the Club Licensing Committee faces resistance from stakeholders during the off season when the Licensing exercise pens up in preparation for the new season. Rogers Mulindwa, FUFA

FUFA takes giant steps towards Creation of a Community Club in Acholi region

Football has four types of club ownership and these are; Institutional, Private (Individual), Community (membership) and Hybrid clubs. However, defining and publicly listing Club ownership has been one of the biggest challenges to football professionalization in Uganda. Well aligned ownership breeds good governance, administration and sense of belonging by the people

27th FUFA Exco: Key Decisions from the meeting held on 31st August 2022 at FUFA House

Governance is a key pillar in the management of football and FUFA has put a lot of emphasis in this area. It is upon this back ground that the FUFA Executive Committee convenes quarterly to deliberate on football matters and come up with policies for implementation. The 27th FUFA

FUFA-UEFA Assist League Development Programme: Financial Management, Brand, communication and fans’ engagement discussed on day two

The FUFA-UEFA Assist League Development Programme entered day two with Uganda Premier League Clubs benefiting from the exercise. The project that started on Monday, 23rd May 2022 will run for five days with a number of focus areas addressed on particular days. The main reason is to help clubs improve on

FUFA-UEFA Assist League Development Programme gets underway, to run for the next five days

The FUFA-UEFA Assist League Development Programme officially started on Monday at Imperial Royale Hotel, Kampala. The workshop that will run for five days is aimed at improving capacity building among Uganda Premier League clubs with emphasis put on areas such as governance, competitions and operations. The programme was officially opened up by

Capacity Building: FUFA to train and License 40 Instructors in specialised fields

FUFA has organised a two day residential workshop for Training of Trainers (ToT) to be held from 14th-15th May 2022 at the FUFA Technical Centre, Njeru. The workshop, whose participants were asked to submit their applications for attendance is aimed at; Equipping instructors with modern approach to course deliveryUnderstand and contribute into