FBL Wrap Up: The Victors, The Losers, The Survivors

The regular season of the 2015-16 Fufa Big League climaxed on Saturday 14th May with every team well aware of their fate.

The Winners.

Arua based Onduparaka FC and Kirinya Jinja SS FC booked respective direct tickets to next season’s topflight league after registering wins in the deadline day.

Onduparaka whitewashed their closest rivals Sporting UTD 3-0 in Arua to finished six points clear with 53 points while in Kanyanya, find Jinja SS survived Wandegeya scare to emerge 3-2 winners finishing just a point above Proline who faltered 1-1 in Kasese.

Four teams: Proline FC, decease Masavu, pharm Sporting UTD and Ndejje University will all be in the race for the sole playoff promotional spot.

Proline will play Ndejje University as Sporting United seek solace with Masavu duel. The winner of the ties scheduled for Wednesday face each other in the grand final on Saturday 21st.


As per the rules laid down at season dawn, the last four teams from each group face the axe. They’re replaced by eight who will qualify from the eight Fufa regions.

Kira Young were demoted for failing to honor three matches during the season while financially strapped Masaka LC FC withdrew leaving the space for more six teams to be demoted.

Wandegeya’s loss to Jinja SS and Kasese New Villa’s draw over Proline mean the duo are relegated together with Citizen FC in the Rwenzori group.

Baza last day victory away in Hoima against Boma Young confirmed the team’s survival ahead of Lira United and CRO FC who were mathematically capable into the last fixtures. Bukedea TC FC is the other club to go down the drain.



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