FUFA club licensing committee has granted full license to all 16 clubs in the topflight league.
The chairman of the committee Dr. Patrick Ogwel confirmed the news during a press conference on Wednesday at the Fufa house-Mengo while handing over the licenses to five clubs whose provisional expired in midseason.
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“We have regulations which we follow before the season opens and another evaluation during mid season,” Dr. Bernard Ogwel said.
“The provisional licenses expired by the end of first round. However, we can now confirm that all the teams have been granted full license.”
Fufa regulations on club licensing requires clubs to present a certificate of registration, an U-17 team, a coach with minimum CAF B license and club structures.
KCCA FC still tops the charts with 88% while Express Fc, JMC Hippos and Soana FC are bottom with 70%.
The Uganda Premier League will kick off on Tuesday 7th February.