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CAF African Schools Championship: Amus College defy odds to emerge winners

CAF African Schools Championship-Uganda 2022 FinalRines SS 0(3)-0(4) Amus College Third PlaceRoyal College, Namugongo 0(4)-0(3) Kawempe Muslim SS Amus College defied odds to clinch the inaugural edition of CAF African Schools Championship (National Qualifiers). In the final played on Sunday at FUFA Technical Centre, Njeru, Amus College defeated favorites Rines SS to be crowned

CAF African Schools Championship: Rines, Kawempe, Amus, Royal College through to semifinals

CAF African Schools Championship-Uganda 2022 Matchday Three ResultsRines SS 6-0 Standard High SchoolAmus College 0-0 King of KingsKawempe Muslim SS 1-1 Tagy High School, EntebbeRoyal College 2-0 Gadafi Integrated Academy The semifinal puzzle at the ongoing CAF African Schools Championship (National Level) is complete following successful climax to group business on Saturday. The

CAF African Schools Championship: Semifinalists confirmed as group phase is successfully concluded

CAF African Schools Championship-Uganda 2022 Final Group Games Group AMukono Kings High School 2-0 Boston High SchoolJinja SS 4-1 Buddo SS Group BRoyal Giants High School 3-0 Amus College SchoolDynamic SS 3-0 Kibuli SS SemifinalsRoyal Giants High School vs Standard High School Mukono Kings High School vs Dynamic SS The group phase of the ongoing CAF

CAF African Schools Championship-Uganda: Royal Giants, Mukon Kings maintain clean slate on Matchday two

CAF African Schools Championship-Uganda 2022Matchday Two Group ABoston High School 2-4 Jinja SSMukono Kings High School 3-1 Standard High School, ZzanaJinja SS 0-1 Mukono Kings HighStandard High School 3-1 Buddo SS Group BAmus College 0-4 Dynamic SSRoyal Giants High School 3-2 St. Mary's Boarding School, KitendeSt. Mary's Boarding School, Kitende 9-0 Kibuli

Professionalising Club Football in Uganda: Proposed reforms for FUFA Competitions

FUFA has issued communication contained in Circular No. 1107  dated 24th March 2020 to all football stakeholders  with decisions taken  about proposed reforms on FUFA Competitions during the 22nd FUFA Exco meeting  held on 13th March 2020 at the Executive House-FUFA Complex in Mengo. The reforms are expected to be effective