Fufa Sets Gate Charges for Comoros Game

Fufa Officials addressing journalists at Fufa offices on Wednesday morning.

By: Joel Muyita

The Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) has revealed the ticket prices for the cranes crunch tie against Comoros in the 2017 African Cup of Nations qualifiers that will be played on 3rd September at Namboole stadium.

There has been a slight increment on all the paying categories ranging from the ordinary class to the VVIP category. The development has been confirmed by Fufa’s  international match organising committee chairman, web Bernard Ogwel during the Fufa weekly press conference on Wednesday in Mengo.

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The ordinary tickets will go for 25,000/= with an additional 5,000/= from the previous charges for the game against Burkina Faso while the VIP ticket fees have been increased by ten thousand shillings from 50,000/= to 60,000/=

The VVIP category (Gold) that caters for 294 fans will be accessed for 150,000/= from the 120,000/= that was paid in the previous game. According to Ogwel, the VVIP ticket will come with a cranes jersey.

Mr. Ogwel revealed the reason for the slight rise in the ticket prices citing operational costs.
“The small increment in the prices is to enable us meet the operational costs like security that is very essential.” he said.

Uganda cranes will take on Comoros in the final game in group D of the 2017 African Cup of Nations qualifiers and a win for the cranes will see Uganda qualify for African Cup of Nations for the first time since 1978.


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