The Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) has confirmed that KCCA FC has been approached in case Sc Villa Jogoo fail to beat the deadline of 30th November, 2015 for registration to take part in the 2016 CAF Confederation Cup.
By virtue of winning the Uganda Cup, Villa earned the ticket to represent Uganda in the Confederation cup.
Vipers SC who won the Azam Uganda Premier League have met all the requirements and await inspection by CAF before being given the all clear to make their maiden show on the continent in next year’s CAF Champions League.
The latest development of Ugandan clubs’ participation on the continent was revealed by the FUFA Licensing Committee Chairman Dr.Patrick Bernard Ogwel during the FUFA weekly Press Conference held on Wednesday at FUFA House in Mengo.
“Vipers Sports Club paid the security fee of USD 10,000 to the FUFA accounts plus the USD 500 as registration fees.”
Sports Club Villa Jogoo have asked for more time before they dully fulfill all the requirements till 27th November 18, 2015 as the deadline for registration is 30th November 2015.
In related development, KCCA FC, losing finalists in the Uganda cup 2014/2015 has been notified of the impending opportunity in case Villa doesn’t beat the deadline for registration.