Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) continues to build strong and lasting relations with the different partners.
The balls from the Korea Football Association (KFA) were handled over at the Cathedral grounds, Namirembe during an eventful function when the Federation was also unveiling the long term partnership with Namirembe Cathedral.
FUFA President, Eng. Moses Magogo received the balls on behalf of the federation from the Ambassador of the Republic of Korea to Uganda Park Jong – Dae.
Deputy Chief of Mission, Embassy of the Republic of Korea, Kim II- hoon also attended the event with FUFA VP Justus Mugisha and Executive committee members staff and the media.
FUFA President, Eng Moses Magogo used the plat form to re-emphasize the strategy of the federation in the four areas of segmenting administration, where building strong relations is pertinent.
Eng. Magogo said: “We are exploiting the areas of cooperation. FUFA is grateful with the Republic of Korea and the Korea Football Association (KFA). 41 clubs of the FUFA Juniors league (16 of the teams owned by the top Azam Uganda premier league clubs and 9 of the other U-17 teams). Also, the 16 clubs of the FUFA Women Elite league. We shall hold further discussions with the Korea Republic.”
The Ambassador, Park Jong Dae noted: “I am excited by the rise of football standards in Uganda as reflected in the latest FIFA rankings. We shall continue to support football development in Uganda.”
The function was also attended by the Uganda Korea Cultural Frienship Association members headed by the chairman, Jackson Ndawula.
Ndawula used the plat form to hail FUFA for the positive development.
Uganda Cranes midfielder, Aucho Khalid also attended the event on behalf of the players.