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SC Villa, URA and UPDF yet to complete licensing process

By Shafic Kiyaga
Action between SC Villa and URA FC | Sanyuka TV photo (Francis Isaano)

Record Uganda Premier League Champions SC Villa are among three clubs yet to complete the licensing process for the 2020/21 Uganda Premier League season.

Four time winners Uganda Revenue Authority and newly promoted club Uganda People Defence Forces (UPDF FC) are the other clubs whose licensing process is still pending. 

While the three clubs have met the licensing requirements pertaining to player and coach contracts among others, they are yet to submit a home ground that meets the minimum required level three standard. 

“Seven (7) clubs were able to submit the minimum requirements but their grounds did not meet the minimum standards,” a statement from FUFA signed by Deputy CEO in charge of football Decolas Kizza said.  

“These clubs were advised to submit a stadium that was inspected and meets the minimum standards of FUFA Level 3.”

“Four (4) of the seven (7) clubs have been able to submit the required stadium and therefore qualify for a license for the 2020/2021 season,” the statement added.

It should be noted that Villa, URA and UPDF were included on the draft UPL fixture that was released last week. 

Villa are in search of a home ground after Namboole where they hosted games from last season is not in position to host games as it currently serves as a national referral center for COVID-19 patients. 

URA on the other hand hosted their games from the Visions Arena in Bombo while UPDF’s Bombo Barrack grounds were also classified below the required level.

Meanwhile, the statement confirmed newly promoted side Kitara FC and Busoga United to have been granted licenses for the 2020/21 season.

This after they fulfilled all the licensing requirements and confirmed that they will share the FUFA Technical Stadium in Njeru as their home ground.

“Two (2) clubs had not been able to submit some of the minimum requirements and could not qualify for a license for 2020/2021season.”

“However, the clubs were given an extension and they have been able to meet the missing requirements and therefore qualify for a license for 2020/2021 season,” the statement alluded. 

The 2020/21 Uganda Premier League season is scheduled to get underway on December 3, with the final fixture expected to be released early next week after Villa, URA and UPDF confirm where they will be hosting their games from. 

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