Stanbic Uganda Cup
Full Quarterfinal Draw
- Police FC vs BUL FC –Kavumba Recreation Ground
- Soltilo Bright Stars FC vs KCCA FC – Kavumba Recreation Ground
- Adjumani Town Council FC vs Express FC – Paridi Stadium
- Vipers SC vs Calvary FC – St. Mary’s Stadium, Kitende
Shall comprise of 8 teams qualified from the third round.
If teams are still tying by goals at the end of the match, extra time of 30 minutes shall be played.
If the teams are not separated after extra time, spot kicks shall be applied to determine the winner.
Games will be played between 10th -15th April 2023
The draws for the quarterfinal stage of this year’s Stanbic Uganda Cup have successfully been conducted on Wednesday at FUFA House, Mengo.
The event was graced by FUFA CEO Edgar Watson and FUFA Competition Director Aisha Nalule with former footballer Moses Matovu drawing the lots.
In the draws, Stanbic Uganda Cup holders BUL FC will face Police FC at Kavumba Recreation Ground. The former ejected Onduparaka FC at the round of 16 while the Cops got better of Ndejje University at the same stage.
Soltilo Bright Stars FC will face KCCA FC in a repeat of last season’s round of 32 tie that was won by the former.
Vipers SC will be at home to Calvary FC while Express FC will make a long trip to Paridi Stadium to take on Adjumani Town Council FC.
FUFA CEO Watson congratulated every team that has reached the quarterfinal stage and indicated every team stands a chance to win the coveted title.
“I would like to congratulate the eight teams that have reached this level. Knockout competitions are never easy and at the moment, each of the clubs stands a chance to go ahead and win the trophy,” he said before adding,
“The Stanbic Uganda Cup is a prestigious competition that has legacy. It has created several stars and Champions.”
Matovu who is also a legendary musician reminisced about his playing days in the 60s and urged the current crop of players to always give full commitment.
“I’m honoured to be invited here for the Quarterfinal draws of the Stanbic Uganda Cup. I started playing football at school at the age of 15 in the 1960s and the game has stuck with me since then. It is therefore important for the current players to offer their best while still active.” He said.
The veteran artiste attached to Afrigo Band played for Nakivubo Boys (now SC Villa), Express FC, Lint Marketing Board FC and Police FC among others.
FUFA Competitions Director, Nalule confirmed that the quarterfinal fixtures will be played on a one-leg basis and extra time will apply in case of a draw at the end of normal time.
The games will be played between 10th -15th April 2023.