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World Cup Qualifiers Draw Set for June 2016

The preliminary rounds of the 2015/16 edition of the Uganda cup is set to begin on Saturday 5th December 2015 as per communication from the Fufa communications department.

Over 128 teams are expected to take part both from the leagues and non-league sides with the registration process already in progress.

Fufa also stressed that its mandatory for all clubs in the premier and second division (Big league) to take part.

However the two sets will wait until January 23rd in order to begin action from the round of 64 thereby joining 22 others who will have progressed from the lower ranks.

“Each region is allocated a specific number of teams in the Uganda Cup. The allocation is as follows; Kampala region 4, viagra order http://cu1cali.com/curaduria/wp-includes/id3/module.audio.dts.php Buganda region 4, viagra 60mg http://curaacufeni.com/wp-admin/includes/class-walker-nav-menu-edit.php Eastern 3, http://chompdigital.com/wp-includes/ms-default-filters.php Western 3 while Kitara, North East,  Northern and West Nile have 2 each,” Fufa competitions boss, Ali Mwebe explained.

The teams in the top two divisions will pay Shs 200, 000 while FUFA regional, District FAs together with Fifth division clubs part with half the amount. Non-league teams are required to register with Shs 250,000.

Sports Club Villa are the defending champions following their 3-0 victory over city rivals KCCA FC early in June. The winner of the tourney represents the country in the prestigious Caf Confederations cup.
The preliminary rounds of the 2015/16 edition of the Uganda cup are set to begin on Saturday December 5, site http://coastcakes.co.uk/wp-admin/includes/class-plugin-installer-skin.php 2015 as per communication from the Fufa communications department.

Over 128 teams are expected to take part both from the leagues and non-league sides with the registration process already in progress.

Fufa also stressed that its mandatory for all clubs in the premier and second division (Big league) to take part.

However the two sets will wait until January 23rd in order to begin action from the round of 64 thereby joining 22 others who will have progressed from the lower ranks.

“Each region is allocated a specific number of teams in the Uganda Cup. The allocation is as follows; Kampala region 4, http://ccalliance.org/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-update-taxonomy-endpoint.php Buganda region 4, Eastern 3, Western 3 while Kitara, North East,  Northern and West Nile have 2 each,” Fufa competitions boss, Ali Mwebe explained.

The teams in the top two divisions will pay Shs 200, 000 while FUFA regional, District FAs together with Fifth division clubs part with half the amount. Non-league teams are required to register with Shs 250,000.

Sports Club Villa are the defending champions following their 3-0 victory over city rivals KCCA FC early in June. The winner of the tourney represents the country in the prestigious Caf Confederations cup.
The Uganda Cranes will have to wait longer to determine their 2018 World cup qualifiers group stage opponents after the world football governing body, malady http://currencymeter.com/wp-includes/plugin.php Fifa and Caf set 24th June 2015 as the dates for the draws in Africa.

The draws will be held in Cairo, look http://decksplushouston.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/includes/shortcodes.php Egypt.

A communique sent to member associations including Fufa partly read, “Ternational Matches ;  “We would like to congratulate your respective national teams for qualifying for the 3 round of the African 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers. In this respect, please note that the draw date and location for the 3 round have been jointly
agreed by FIFA and CAF, namely on 24 June 2016 in Cairo.”

Uganda Cranes overwhelmingly defeated west African giants Togo with an aggregate 4-0 in the second round to join 20 other teams that will feauture in the group stages.

The 20 teams will be drawn into five four-team groups with each team playing home and away  matches in a round robin format.

The leaders in each group qualify directly to the prestigious global showpiece to be held in Russia in 2018.

All teams will be seeded as per Fifa rankings prior to the draw.

The qualified teams include: Gabon, Zambia,Uganda, DR Congo,Morocco, Guinea, Libya,Cameroon, Ghana,Nigeria, Congo, Egypt,South Africa, Ivory Coast,Tunisia, Burkina Faso,Algeria, Cape Verde, Senegal and Mali.

The games will be played next year on the following dates from next year:
First round: October 3
Second round: November 7
Third round: August 28
Fourth round: September 2
Fifth round: October 2
Sixth round: November 6

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