Shafiq Bisaso resigned unexpectedly this morning ahead of Soana match against Vipers slated to take place today at the St. Mary’s Stadium Kitende.
The tactician who took over from former coach Alex Isabirye two months ago and this Wednesday morning tendered his resignation letter to Soana FC administration for reasons he
URA FC demolished BUL FC 4–0 at the Mandela national stadium during match day 6 of the Azam Uganda Premier League.
The side coached by Kirya who has been on tension for poor start of the season took charge of the game at the 14th minutes with Sempa Charles first half
Onduparaka beat Soana FC 2–0 at the Green Light stadium during match day five of the Uganda premier league to secure their first win against the Kavumba recreational based club.
Captain Toha Rashid gave the Caterpillars an early lead just one minute into the game with a header from Gadaffi’s free
Onduparaka this Saturday morning of 14th October unveiled MTN Uganda as their second sponsor at the Desert Breeze Hotel Arua.
On September 5th, the Arua based club renewed their contract with their shirt sponsors Betway before the beginning of the season 2017/2018 after the expiry of the previous one year contract
Proline outclassed Mbarara City FC in a 3–0 win at the Startimes stadium Lugogo in day five fixture of the Uganda Premier League.
Bayo Fahad and Sula Matovu’s first half goals gave the home side a two nil lead with Bayo’s goal coming at the 3rd minutes as Matovu’s at the
The FUFA Competitions Disciplinary committee has ordered UPL Secretariat to deduction of two points and two goals off SC Villa Jogoo for the acts of violence and Hooliganism by their fans during the Azam Uganda Premier League match on Saturday 23rd September, 2017against Vipers SC at St Mary’s Kitende.
Onduparaka beat Police FC at the green light stadium by a goal to nil in order to collect maximum points.
The caterpillars had a very difficult time in the first half as the visitors pressed them hard in such of goals.
Okhuti was unable to capitalize on a chance created by Gadafi,
URA played a goalless draw with holders KCCA FC at the Mandela national stadium Namboole this evening.
The two giants in the league replicated the number of points collected just as they did in their last fixture which ended 2-2.
Both sides tried their best to change results but for reasons such
Liverpool was held by Russian Side Spartak Moscow to a one all draw despite the fact the English side put up a dominating performance at the Otkrytiye Arena.
Fernando took a free kick caused by Philippe Coutinho which goal keeper Lloris Karius couldn’t stop at the 23 minutes before the Brazilian
Sekantuka and Joshua Kawadwa’s goals brighten the stars for Bright Stars as the Matugga based club beat Kirinya Jinja SSS 2–1.
Musa Esenu gave KJSSS the first lead just five minutes into the game before Sekantuka leveled the scores at the 30 minutes. Sheif Batte crossed very well for the former