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About the FUFA Big League

Past Champions (in bold) 

2009/2010-Maroons 2-0 Gulu United 

2010/2011-Maji FC 5-2 Hoima Busia FC 

2011/2012-Entebbe Young FC 1-0 Kiira Young FC

2012/2013-Bright Stars FC 2-1 CRO FC

2013/2014-Lweza FC 2-1 Sadolin Paints FC

2014/2015-Maroons FC 1-0 The Saints FC

2015/2016-Kirinya Jinja SS FC 2-0 Onduparaka FC 

2016/2017- Maroons FC 2 – 1 Masavu FC

2017/2018- Ndejje University FC 1-0 Nyamityobora  FC

2018/2019-  Proline FC 1-0 Wakiso Giants FC

2019/2020- Kitara FC 1-0 Kiboga Young FC

2020/2021- In Progress

The concept of restructuring Ugandan football with the creation of a new second tier league was first mooted in October 2008 by FUFA.

The idea that was single-handedly promoted by the Current President of FUFA Eng. Moses Magogo who was ridiculed, resisted and fought by almost every one.

Although Magogo felt abandoned, he was buoyed by the inaugural clubs that were determined to proceed. Eventually out of persistence, Magogo won one by one convert and eventually the league was passed by the FUFA Executive Committee and started in 2009.

The new National second division league, known as the FUFA Big League (FBL), was to cater for leading sides in the five regions.

Second tier sides at that time competed at the regional level, with many of them failing to cope with advancement whenever they gained promotion to the National Super League.

FUFA Competitions Committee secretary, Moses Magogo, confirmed that qualification to the Super League through the regional mini leagues would be ended and replaced by promotion through the National First Division League.

A major objective of the initiative was to help raise the standard of football outside the Super League

FUFA BIG LEAGUE Past Season Top Scorers

2014–15 leading scorer: Fred Kalanzi, Lweza FC (9 goals)

2015–16 leading scorer: Edrisa Lubega, Proline FC (19 goals)

2016–17 leading scorer: Patrick Kaddu, Maroons FC (16 goals)

2018–19 leading scorer: Ivan Bogere, Proline FC (14 goals)

2020/21 leading scorer so far: Clinton Kemigisha, Nyamityobora FC (10 goals)

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