LIVE: Transfer deadline day, all the moves, news, interviews and much more

The domestic transfer window comes to an end today in Uganda, Allan Damba, Brian Aheebwa, Baron Kironde, Edwin Kyle Kule and Timothy Kuteesa look back at some of the moves that have been made so far and some that will be made as the clock ticks away.

Following the completion of his deal to Solitilo Bright Stars, goalkeeper Hassan Matovu has lifted the lid about what an easy decision it was to join his new home. More details here

Hassan Matovu officially joined Bright Stars from KCCA FC on a three year deal / Bright Stars Image

Uganda U-17 midfielder Ivan Irinimbabazi has joined Soltilo Bright Stars Football Club. The towering holding midfielder penned a three year deal at the club coached by Baker Mbowa. More details here

Ivan Irinimbabazi being unveiled at Soltilo Bright Stars Football Club / Bright Stars Image

Soltilo Bright Stars are set to resign their former captain Nelson Ssenkatuka. Ssenkatuka is a free agent following the expiration of his three years employment contract with Moroccan side Moghreb Tetouan. More Details here

Nelson Senkatuka (in yellow) playing for Bright Stars against SC Villa / Bright Stars Image

SC Villa are set to complete the signing of forward Marvin Kavuma on a three year contract. Swift Sports understands that SC Villa have been in negotiations with the players’ representatives that are in advanced stages.

Kavuma in white and Blue will join SC Villa’s new project. PHOTO/Aidenal FC/Bata Images

Arua Hill is thrilled to announce that David Ndihabwe has officially joined the club from Maroons FC. The gargantuan midfielder signs with Leopards a two-year deal that will keep him at Barifa till 2023. “This move has been great and I’m looking forward to make the most out of it,” Ndihabwe told

Patrick Mbowa signed a two-year contract extension with the Tax Collectors that will see his stay at the club stretch till 2023. This comes in the aftermath of his former contract expiring at the conclusion of the previous 2020/21 StarTimes Uganda Premier League season. More Details here

URA FC defender Paul Mbowa in action against Bright Stars | Sanyuka TV photo

Vipers Sports Club has loaned four players to new Uganda Premier League side Gaddafi FC.

The four include experienced striker striker Brian Kalumba, holding midfielder Ibrahim Tembo, right back Emmanuel Munoobi and Sula Mpanga. More Details here

Brian Kalumba will play on loan at Gaddaffi / Vipers SC Image

Mbarara City have finalised terms to complete the signing of midfielder Badru Kabanda.

Swift Sports understands the midfielder has already agreed terms with the Ankole Lions and has spent close to two weeks training with the team.

Kyetume strengthen defence with acquisition of former SC Villa and Wakiso Giants defender. More details here

Ibrahim Kiyemba (L) while at Wakiso Giants

Western-based Uganda Premier League side Mbarara City has completed the capture of former Kansai Plascon striker Kalule Frank Muna. Kalule has today joined the Ankole Lions on a two-year employment contract until 2023. More details here

Former Isra Soccer Academy midfielder Sharifa Namuyiga moved to Rines SS Women Football Club on a two year contract. More details here

Midfielder Karim Ndugwa and striker Denis Mwemezi are the headline new signings at Tooro United as the side prepare for the 2021/22 season. More details here

Former Wakiso Giants’ striker AbdulKarim Nduggwa (L) tries to score past Police FC keeper Tom Ikara (R) | Wakiso Giants Photo

URA FC confirmed that goalkeeper Hannington Sebwalunyo has been recalled from his proposed loan spell with Jinja side Bidco Uganda Limited (BUL) Football Club. More details here

URA might recall Hannington Ssebwalunyo back from loan at BUL | URA FC media

URA FC can confirm the signing of former Wakiso Giants forward Viane Sekajugo on a two-year employment contract. More details here

Vianney Ssekajugo | URA FC photo

Former Busoga United captain George Kasonko moved to cross-town rivals BUL FC on a two-year deal.

BUL’s George Kasonko / BUL Image

Roving left back Ronald Nkonge has inked a year-long deal with the reigning Zambia Premier League champions Nkana Football Club. More details here

Ronald Nkonge being officially unveiled at Nkana Football Club (Credit: Courtesy)

URA FC can confirm the return of towering goalkeeper James Alitho to the club on a two-year employment contract that will see his stay with us stretch till the year 2023. More details here

URA FC goalkeeper James Alitho | URA FC photo

Upon leaving UPDF FC, Brian Kayanja completed a three-year deal to join KCCA. The forward joined from UPDF FC where he scored 8 league goals and one goal in the Uganda cup last term. More details here

URA FC can confirm the acquisition of Derrick Ndahiro’s services on a three-year contract from SC Villa. The club reported that the twenty-year-old left-back has been one of the best prospects in the game in his position and was so instrumental for his former side in the previous season. More details here

Derrick Ndahiro / URA Image

Goalkeeper Benjamin Ochan returned to KCCA for two years, this will be his third stint at the club he first played for as a teenager. More details here

Midfielder Saidi Kyeyune made his much anticipated return to the Tax Collectors after a sojourn with Al-Merreikh.

Saidi Kyeyune while in training with the Uganda Cranes at the MTN Omondi Stadium in Lugogo / URA Image

Najib Tusaba Gwaido penned a two-year contract at BUL FC from Onduparaka. “I am excited to join my dream club in Uganda. I am proud to be finally a BUL FC player and I promise better performances come the new season,” Tusaba said after inking the deal.

Najib Tusaba Gwaido / BUL Image

Colossus defender Geoffrey Wasswa completed a two-year deal to KCCA after leaving SC Villa, Wasswa who also featured for Vipers, dumped URA for the Lugogo based side. More details here

Joseph Akandwanaho made his dream move from Solitiro Bright Stars to the reigning Uganda Premier League champions Express FC. More details here

Joel Mutakubwa chose against continuing with Kyetume FC, joining Express FC on a two-year deal. More details here

Striker Davies Kasirye joined KCCA FC on a two year deal, the well-travelled centre forward has He has previously played for SC Villa, Police FC, URA FC, Rwandan side Rayon Sports, DC Motema Pembe from Congo and Zambian side Zesco FC. More details here

Davis Kasirye joined KCCA FC on a two year deal / KCCA FC Image

SC Villa Unveils Greek Coach Petros Koukouras and Technical Team, Koukouras, a 35-year old Greek, has signed a three-year contract with the club. More details here

Petros Koukouras wants to take SC Villa back to the top / SC Villa Image

Soltilo Bright Stars announce the arrival of midfielder Kyeyune, he has in the past featured for Police and Onduparaka. More details here

Innocent Wafula signed at KCCA for a season after leaving Mbarara City FC, Wafula has featured for Vipers in the UPL and Gor Mahia in the Kenya Premier League. More details here

Both Nicholas Kasozi and Deus Bukenya joined Express FC on season-long loan deals. More details here

BUL Football Club has acquired the services of custodian Saidi Keni from SC Villa. The shot-stopper has signed a two-year-contract that will keep him at the Eastern Giants for at least up to 2023. More details here

Saidi Keni joined BUL from SC Villa / BUL Image

Defender Dennis Kaka Omony has joined SOLTILO Bright Stars FC on a long term contract. More details here

After six years away, creative midfielder Yasser Mugerwa returned to the country and stamped a one-year deal at KCCA. More details here

Twenty three year old custodian Derrick Ochan signed a three-year contract KCCA after leaving Police FC. More details here

Goalkeeper Jack Komakech penned Five-year deal at Vipers

Komakech, a product of Ascent Soccer Academy joins the Venoms having been part of the Under 17 squad that featured for Uganda at the CAF U17 Championship in Tanzania. More details here

Jack Komaketch trains with Vipers Sports Club after completing the move to the four-time UPL winners / Vipers Image

Bright Anukani will play for four-time UPL champions Vipers SC for the next three years, he joins from Big League side Proline FC. More details here

Midfielder Bright Anukani | Bata Images (John Batanudde)

BUL Football Club has bolstered its striking force with experienced goal hunter, Ibrahim Nsimbe from MYDA FC. Nsimbe becomes part of us after putting pen to a two-year contract. More details here

Ibrahim Nsimbe / BUL Image

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