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FUFA Primary Schools Championship (Odilo): Rays of Grace edge Paorihner to retain crown

FUFA Primary Schools Championship 2022 Boys Final Rays of Grace 0-(5)-0 (4) Paorihner Primary School Third Place PlayoffKibuli Islamic 0-2 Bright View Classification GamesPrime View 0-1 Vision for Children Nansana Modern 1-2 Winners Academy Rays of Grace successfully defended the FUFA Primary Schools Championship after emerging Winners of the 2022 edition on Wednesday. Action between Rays of

FUFA Primary Schools Championship (Odilo): Paorihner, Rays of Grace advance to final

FUFA Primary Schools Championship (Odilo) Boys Category SemifinalsRays of Grace 3-0 Kibuli Islamic Paorihner Primary School 1(4)-1(3) Bright View Defending Champions Rays of Grace and Paorihner Primary School are the two teams that will feature in this year's final (Boys category) of the FUFA Primary Schools Championship. The aforementioned two schools won their respective semifinal

FUFA Primary Schools Championship: Kibuli Islamic, Paorihner, Bright View and Rays of Grace through to semifinals

Matchday 3 ResultsKibuli Islamic 2-2 Winners AcademyPaorihner NPS 3-1 Prime View Educ CentreVision for Children Junior 0-3 Bright ViewRays of Grace 3-0 Nansana Modern Four teams have confirmed their slots into the semifinals of this year's FUFA Primary Schools Championship following a successful climax to the group games on Monday. In

Odilo Championship(Girls Category): Bombo UMEA, Habanon Primary School Storm Final

Semifinal Results Bombo UMEA Primary School 2-0 Nyakatooma III Primary School Oasis Primary School 0-2 Habanon Primary School Bombo UMEA and Habanon Primary School stormed the final of the inaugural Odilo Girls Championship after winning their respective semifinal games on Wednesday. Habanon Primary School from Kampala defeated Oasis Primary School while Bombo UMEA on

Interview: FUFA President on Reforms, Jinja Declaration and professionalising football in Uganda

The proposed reforms for FUFA competitions have created serious debates on various platforms by different football stakeholders. It is FUFA’s duty to share ideas through educational sessions and interactions with the public.  FUFA TV caught up with FUFA President Eng. Moses Magogo about the reforms. FUFA TV: FUFA has come