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Women’s Football: Wakiso League Kicks Off

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troche geneva;”>Eight teams have registered for the league that will be played in two groups-one based on the Nabweru ground while the other in Kajansi.


One of the FUFA Executive committee members Mariam Kalega says that she is convinced women’s football will reach greater heights.


‘I know the women are ready to play the games.


They have learnt a lot over the years and those are signs of the growth of the game’ said Kalega while talking to FUFA media team.


Kalega adds that the District championships played around the country will help select players and teams to feature at the regional level before playing in the National championships.


St Mary’s Kitende are the defending champions of the Wakiso District Women football league


Teams registered:


Teams to play in Kajansi: Entebbe Cream Land, London College Nansana, Ajax ladies, St Mary’s Kitende.


Teams to play in Nabweru: Wakiso Hill, St Mary’s Nabweru, Kazo FC, Wakiso Ladies.


Meanwhile, two years off the road, the federation of Uganda Football Association (FUFA) is happy to see their Coaster back on the road.

FUFA bus

The famous van that was offered to the federation by former FUFA Treasurer Denis Okiror is now parked in Mengo after several visits in the garage.


However the federation is happy to have the car in good mechanical condition again.


It is one of the vehicles the federation owns including the spacious bus used for transporting Uganda Cranes that was donated to FUFA by the president of Uganda Yoweri Kaguta Museveni.

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