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Uganda set foot in Johannesburg ahead of South Africa clash

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U-20 Women side set foot in South Africa ahead of clash, photo credit FUFA Media

Uganda vs South Africa in the return leg of the third round of FIFA U20 Women’s World Cup Qualifiers with the game slated for Friday, 17th December at Dobsonsville Stadium.


U20 Women’s National Team Head Coach, Ayub Khalifa Kiyingi has named the final squad of 20 players that will travel to Johannesburg, South Africa ahead of the 2022 FIFA U20 Women’s World Cup Qualifiers.


Uganda won the first leg 1-0 at St. Mary’s Stadium, Kitende on 3rd December courtesy of Hadijah Nandago’s goal.


The squad named comprises three goalkeepers, seven defenders, five midfielders, and five forwards.


Striker Juliet Nalukenge who plies her trade at Chrysomolia FC on loan from Apollon Ladies FC and scored a hat trick over the weekend is part of the squad having arrived in the country on Monday.



Juliet Nalukenge

Coach Kiyinigi indicates the squad named can register a good result and progress to the next round.


“I think these are the best players we have selected to go and do the job. I have the belief that the squad selected is competent to help us secure the result we want,” said the gaffer.



“We carry a 1-0 advantage into the second leg but that doesn’t mean we shall go and sit back. We want to go and win in South Africa.” He added.


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U-20 head coach Ayub Khalifa Kiyingi (Middle) attends a press conference before the team set off to South Africa. Photo by FUFA Media


The team departs Entebbe International Airport on Wednesday aboard Ethiopian Airways E809 and is expected to touch base in Johannesburg.


The winner on aggregate between Uganda and South Africa will progress to the fourth round where they will face either Ghana or Zambia.


Uganda who won against Tanzania on their independence day with Hadija Nandago on the score sheet again will hope to emulate a similar performance to progress to the next round.


But South Africa will need to break the deadlock with a win a must result for them if they are to progress.


Final Squad


Daphine Nyayenga (Lady Doves FC), Joan Namusisi (Kampala Queens FC), Saidah Namwanje (Luweero Giant Queens)



Sumayah Komuntale (Tooro Queens FC), Grace Aluka (Olila High School FC), Biira Nadunga (Olila High School FC), Samalie Nakacwa (Kawempe Muslim FC), Harima Kanyago (Lady Doves FC), Aisha Nantongo (Kawempe Muslim Ladies), Asia Nakibuuka (Kawempe Muslim Ladies FC)



Shakirah Nyinagahirwa (Kawempe Muslim Ladies FC), Zaina Nandede (Kataka SHE FC), Catherine Nagadya (Uganda Martyrs High School), Margaret Kunihira (Kawempe Muslim Ladies FC), Kevin Nakacwa (Uganda Martyrs High School FC)



Fauzia Najjemba (Kampala Queens), Hadijah Nandago (Kawempe Muslim Ladies FC), Juliet Nalukenge(Chrysomolia FC), Lillian Mutuuzo(Kampala Queens FC), Eva Naggayi (Rines SS WFC)



Leader of Delegation: Frank Ankunzire (FUFA EXCO Member)


Head Coach: Ayub Khalifa Kiyingi

Assistant Coach: Oliver Mbekeka

Goalkeeping Coach: Mubarak Kiberu

Fitness Trainer: Arthur Kyesimira

Team Doctor: Mable Kabatalindwa

National Teams Officer: Paul Mukatabala Nantulya

Team Coordinator: Joan Namusisi

Equipment Manager: Cissy Nakiguba

Brian Miiro Nsubuga: Delegate (UFRA )

Fred Tamale: Delegate (UFPA)

Ismael Senabulya: FUFA Staff

Media Officer : Farid Mpagi



U20 Forward receives major boast






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Fauzia Najjembe in  her new car after she was rewarded for becoming the latest Airtel FUFA Female footballer of the year. photo credit FUFA Media

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Fauzia Najjemba, the Kampala Queens attacker is all smiling as she travels to South Africa with Uganda under 20 side.

According to the Fufa website, she was handed a brand new car following her triumph as the Female footballer of the year last month, courtesy of the Airtel awards.

The 18-year-old who plays for Kampala Queens, captains the U-20 side, and also participates in the crested cranes believes this achievement will further motivate her to work harder.

It feels good, you know it is not an easy thing to own a car at a young age. I was excited. I still couldn’t believe it but yes it was true I was a car owner. For this, I will forever be grateful to Airtel, FUFA, and other partners for making this dream come true.” Najjembe told FUFA’s media.

In 2019 Najjembe played in tournaments (COSAFA U17 and CECAFA U17) for which she had a considerably good year.

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Fauzia Najjembe shares a light moment with SC Vipers Bobosi Byaruhanga shortly after they were voted the Airtel FUFA Female and Male footballers of the year 2021. photo credit, FUFA Media.











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