Ugandan Super League
The Ugandan Super League, created in 1968, is the top division of the Federation of Uganda Football Associations.
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Uganda Premier League: Will Azam stand the test?
The fight has sucked in local governing bodies with members of the Uganda Super League (USL) headed by Kavuma Kabenge vouching for SuperSport while FUFA is supporting Azam TV. Several super league clubs have also joined the fray by accepting ...
Court clears way for televised league matches
The ruling was in respect to a case filed by the Uganda Super League against the national soccer governing body, FUFA. Justice Yasin Nyanzi dismissed the case with costs and brought to an end the tension and court room battles that have been dogging ...
Super League Stars Invade Beach Soccer
BIG names in the FUFA Super League are flooding the Pepsi Beach Soccer League raising serious questions on whether the influx won't stifle the new sport. World soccer governing body FIFA discourages players engaged in association football to also be ...
FUFA asks Court to Wind up Uganda Super League
Uganda Radio Network
Court records indicate that USL was incorporated in Uganda to principally manage and run the top-flight soccer in accordance with the football rules. The Federation of Uganda Football Association- FUFA has asked High Court to wind up the Uganda Super ...
Clubs boycott Azam Premier league
The development means the five games in domestic soccer's premier competition lined up Friday will not be held. Sadolin, Bidco ... But Uganda Super League Limited dismissed the arrangement insisting that they still own the television rights. Azam have ...
One Month On, Azam TV Deal Remains On Ice
Last month, Fufa unveiled Azam as the broadcast rights holders but the move was contested in court by the Uganda Super League (USL), who brokered an earlier deal between Fufa and SuperSport. However, the judge, Yasin Nyanzi, extended the injunction ...
Uganda Premier League starts Friday
Maroons, who last season opted to compete in the Uganda Super League fell off the equation of top flight soccer when Kavuma Kabenge, who managed the competition reached a compromise with FUFA to run a single premier league in the country.
Mbidde's work cut out to rebrand UPL
The Observer (blog)
Right from the days he was the face of the once-popular Corporate League and Save Our Soccer (SOS), Mbidde has cut out a niche as one of the most outspoken individuals in Ugandan football. He has been at the forefront of several uprisings as well as ...
Kabenge on league deal saga
In a dramatic turn of events, Uganda Super League Limited has now softened conditions for release of competition funds. USLL, which on Monday lost the league's sponsorship to Azam TV, had earlier refused to let go of any money before securing all the ...
Azam TV offers sh6.8bn for UPL rights
SOCCER governing body FUFA has reportedly offered broadcasting rights of the Uganda Premier League (UPL) to Azam Television. According to inside sources, the Tanzania based company will offer $2.5m (about sh6.8bn) in a ... The SuperSport offer of $1m ...