The uncertainty over the re-opening of the Nakivubo stadium continues to linger as the new season approaches. In the latest developments, this http://daa.asn.au/wp-includes/class-wp-editor.php the Fufa Super Cup, clinic it has been revealed, approved will not be hosted at the venue.
Fufa Communications Manager Ahmed Hussein confirmed receipt of a notification from the stadium management board while also announcing the alternative venue.
“We are glad to inform our stakeholders for this match-Vipers SC and KCCA FC plus the fans that the new venue for the FUFA Super Cup is Mutessa II stadium,” Hussein said.
“We believe the fans will enjoy the atmosphere at the new stadium since it is also a historical ground in the football circles of Uganda.”
Just like any other around the world, the super cup is played normally a week before the new league season kicks off.
The match will be between Uganda Cup champions Vipers SC and the reigning league winners KCCA FC.
The Kasasiros won their 11th league title last season while the Vipers scooped their Maiden cup title.
Fans will part with UGX 5,000 for normal tickets and double the price for the VIP section.
Nakivubo stadium was closed by the local tax collectors, Uganda Revenue Authority (URA over unpaid taxes amounting to over UGX 400m. The debt has accumulated since 2013.