KCCA FC will seek retribution against Espérance, a Tunisian side today [Saturday] at the Mandela National Stadium in their return leg of the CAF Champions league but without three key players. Whilst in Tunisia in the first encounter, the Ugandan giants squandered a two nil lead blatantly and lost to Khalid
KCCA FC and Onduparaka join hands with Palliative Care Association of Uganda [PCAU] in the journey to build the first Hospice in West Nile region to provide palliative care for patients suffering from life threatening illness that require special attention away from home such as cancer and others. As a strategy
Sserunkuma scored thrice against impoverished former side, Express FC as Vipers with a five nil victory pushed The Red Eagles way deeper to relegation. The Kitende based side’s scoring trend at St. Mary’s Stadium against the sleeping giants is indication of thirst for the title they last won three years ago. Sserunkuma
KCCA unpredictably beat Al Ahly of Egypt 2-0 at the Mandela National Stadium in their second game of Group A CAF Champions League. First half favored the African giants in terms of goal chances, possession and eventually quality of football displayed, credit to KCCA goalie Charles Lukwago for saving Walid Said
KCCA emerged victorious at the Kampala derby with goals from Muhammad Shaban and Derick Nsibambi. After a goalless 45 minutes, the Kasasiro boys took charge four minutes into second half when Shaban’s attempt beat Saidi Keni meanwhile second half substitute Derrick Nsibambi sealed the deal at the 90+2. Shaban postured a couple
KCCA FC lost to Township Rollers of Botswana away from home in the first group match Caf champions league. Lemponye Tshireletso’s outstanding display yielded to the only goal that separated the two sides just in the first half once and for all. Tshireletso came closer to scoring before he finally got breakthrough.