The battle for places at the knockout stage gets rigorous this weekend with the likely possibility of knowing at least one of the eight teams
It’s a "do or die" mission for Egyptian giants Al Ahly when they entertain group stage debutants, Township Rollers of Botswana on
KCCA FC defeated Vipers SC 1-0 in the Stanbic Uganda Cup final to win their second successive title on Saturday at the Emokori Play Grounds in Bukedia.
Kawempe Ladies has been crowned Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) Women Elite League Champions
Vipers claimed their third Uganda Premier League title after a comfortable 4-1 win over Uganda People’s Defence Force (UPDF) at St. Mary’s Stadium Kitende Wakiso on the last day last Friday (25 May 2018).
The return leg matches of the second round of the qualifiers are scheduled for this weekend with several matches across the continent as teams’ battle for places at the final lap of the journey to Niger 2019.
Kampala City Council Authority (KCCA) gunned down African giants Al Ahly 2-0 in their Group A Day Two clash on Tuesday in Kampala to pick up their first win at the mini-league stage.
Kampala University midfielder Steven Mukwala scored just before the break to give Uganda a narrow win over Cameroon in their Second Round first leg Saturday in Kampala.
Township Rollers, just like their opponents Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA), will be embarking on a new journey on Friday when they play at the group stage of the premier continental championship for the first time.
Kenya advanced to the second and final round of the qualifiers after a goalless draw away to Uganda on Sunday in Kampala. The Harambee Starlets booked their passage on a 1-0 aggregate win.