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Uganda U20 Women side begin preparations for Ghana encounter

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Uganda U20 Women side begin preparations for Ghana encounter. Photo courtesy: Fufa media

Uganda U20 Women’s National Team head coach Ayub Khalifa Kiyingi has summoned a provisional squad of 28 players to commence preparations for the forthcoming encounter against Ghana.

Uganda will face Western African side Ghana in the fourth round of the FIFA U20 Women’s World Cup Qualifiers with the winner on aggregate advancing to the final qualifying phase.

The squad summoned is largely composed of players that have been part of recent engagements with the only exception being defender Winnie Nakanwagi who earns her first call.

Nakanwagi who plays for Uganda Martyrs High School FC is comfortable as a left-back but can as well play across the entire backline.

Midfielder Shamirah Nalugya who was ruled out of the encounters with South Africa at the third round with a shoulder injury bounces back to the team.

The team will enter residential camp today at Cranes Paradise Hotel in Kisaasi with training sessions conducted at Lugogo Stadium.

Uganda U20 Women’s National Team

The U-20 women’s side will pitch camp in preparation for the encounter against Ghana. Photo courtesy: FUFA media

Uganda will host Ghana on 22nd January 2021 at St. Mary’s Stadium, Kitende before the two teams face off in the return leg two weeks later.

Provisional Squad


Daphine Nyayenga (Lady Doves FC), Joan Namusisi (Kampala Queens FC), Diana Natukunda (Kawempe Muslim Ladies FC), Saida Namwanje (Luweero Giant Queens FC.


Sumayah Komuntale (Tooro Queens FC), , Grace Aluka (Olila High School FC), Winnie Nakanwagi (Uganda Martyrs 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).


Shamira Nalugya (Kawempe Muslim Ladies FC), Shakirah Nyinagahirwa (Kawempe Muslim Ladies FC), Phiona Nabulime (Devine Soccer Academy), Catherine Nagadya (Uganda Martyrs High School), Margaret Kunihira (Kawempe Muslim Ladies FC), Kevin Nakacwa (Uganda Martyrs High School FC), Zaituni Namaganda (Taggy High School FC), Eva Naggayi (Rines SS WFC).


Fauzia Najjemba (Kampala Queens), Hadijah Nandago (Kawempe Muslim Ladies FC), Juliet Nalukenge (Chrysomolia FC), Joweria Nagadya (Lady Doves FC), Kamuyati Naigaga (Taggy High School), Ronah Regina Nantege (She Corporate FC), Zaina Nandede (Kataka SHE FC), Lillian Mutuuzo (Kampala Queens FC)


Head Coach – Ayub Khalifa Kiyingi

Assistant Coach- Oliver Mbekeka

Goalkeeping Coach- Mubarak Kiberu

Fitness Trainer – Arthur Kyesimira

Team coordinator – Joan Namusisi

Kit and Equipment Manager- Cissy Nakiguba

Team Doctor- Mable Kabatalindwa

Media Officer- Alex Kasirye

How they booked Ghana

The team defeated South Africa 1-0 in Kampala before forcing out a goalless draw in Johannesburg to qualify with a 1-0 slim aggregate. Hadijah Nandago scored the lone goal in the encounter.

The ladies’ team also beat their Tanzanian counterparts 2-0 in a friendly game played when they when invited to take part in Tanzania’s independence day celebrations in December.

Nalugya’s impact adds positivity

Midfielder Shamira Nalugya is back to the Uganda U20 Women’s National Football Team fold after successfully recovering from a shoulder injury.

Nalugya was ruled out of last month’s fixtures against South Africa after sustaining a shoulder injury at the 2021 CECAFA U20 Women’s Championship.

She recovers on time to bolster the 28- player squad summoned for camp.

Uganda will face Western African side Ghana in the fourth round of the FIFA U20 Women’s World Cup Qualifiers with the winner on aggregate advancing to the final qualifying phase.

The winner will face either Ethiopia or Tanzania in the final hurdle to the FIFA U20 Women’s World Cup.

The tournament will be played in Costa Rica.

Ghana eliminated Zambia after a 1-0 win. Africa will have only two representatives at the final tournament.

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