In a bid to have a stadium that befits their stature, KCCA FC are currently midway through the construction of the MTN Omondi Stadium, Lugogo.
The completion of building process that happened in the course of the 2021/22 season, through to the Preseason, has been identified as priority by the Club.
The latter development was confirmed by Kampala City Lord Mayor, who also doubles as the Club Patron, Erias Lukwago.
“Right now, our priority is to complete our home,” he said to the media on Friday at the appreciation ceremony of the KCCA U20 team, that won the Cambiasso Tournament in Tanzania under a week ago.
“We need to have our home ready to standards that befit the club’s brand.”
“I am sure that even though it fails to be completed by December which was our target, we will have reached somewhere respectable then, reiterated Lukwago at the Mayor’s Parlour at City Hall, Kampala.
At the same event, Lukwago also made it public knowledge that KCCA is laying a lot of its focus on nurturing and developing youngsters.
“Ours is a three-year plan where we hope to develop youngsters because that is what KCCA is all about, from way back.”
That was after he had paid homage to the Cup-winning team that beat Azam FC 1-0 in the final.
“We are entirely happy that this team brought home this success. It’s a huge boost and the senior team’s morale will as well be high, headed into the 2022/23 campaign,” a joyous Lukwago said.
Besides the Cambiasso trophy as part of their Preseason success, KCCA, with its senior team, also clinched the Nkurunziza Cup in Burundi.