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The official new logo has the three national colours (Black, Yellow and red Yellow), five stars, a ball and the marking ‘Since 1924’ replacing the old one.
“This is a step forward, an identity with the Federation. With this logo, FUFA now has its own trade mark and exclusive rights,” said FUFA President Moses Magogo as he unveiled the logo.
In a statement, FUFA said the 5 Stars on the logo are representative of the five FUFA bodies General Assembly, Executive Committee, Standing Committees, Judicial bodies and the Secretariat.
There is a football symbol with the stripes of the national flag colours (black, yellow and red) inscribed in the logo.
Below the ball symbol is the wording ‘FUFA Since 1924” the year the federation was formed.
The other 4 logos unveiled are for the FUFA Uganda Cup Logo, FUFA Big League, FUFA Awards and FUFA Inter Regions-all high profile competitions run and organized by the federation.
“All these logos have been registered as Trade Marks thus no one shall ever use them unless given permission,” added Magogo.
The ceremony was witnessed by the federation CEO, Edgar Watson, Head Coach, Milutin Sedrojevich, FUFA Vice President and head technical Committee Mujib Kasule, Decolas Kizza (FUFA Finance director), official partners of the FUFA and Uganda Cranes – Airtel Uganda led by Denis Kakonge (Legal affairs) and Noela Byuma.
National Insurance Corporation (NIC) Senior Corporate Communications Manager Pamela Abonyo and Nile Breweries Limited were represented by their Sponsorship and Brand Manager Isaac Sekasi.