The Uganda Premier League has confirmed adjustments in the league fixtures due to involvement of the players on national duty for both the Uganda Cranes and the Kobs.
Uganda Cranes will be playing an International Friendly match against Nigeria on Tuesday 20th November 2018 and the U-23 National Team will be playing the AFCON Qualifiers return leg match on Tuesday 20th November 2018 in South Sudan.
In accordance with article 19 (26) of FUFA Competitions Rules (If a club has three (3) or more players in the national team, the fixtures involving such a club may be called off three (3) days before and three (3) days after the national team engagement if it is to be played in Uganda and may be called off three (3) days before departure and three (3) days after return from an engagement outside Uganda).
Accordingly, the fixtures for all Clubs that have three or more players on national duty have been rescheduled by UPL as indicated below;
– Match 57: URA FC Vs Police FC has been rescheduled to Saturday 24th November 2018, Mandela National Stadium-Namboole 4:00pm.
– Match 61: KCCA FC Vs Nyamityobora FC has been moved from Tuesday 20th November 2018 to Sunday 25th November 2018, StarTimes Stadium-Lugogo 4:00pm.
– Match 63: Vipers SC Vs Paidha Black Angles SC has been moved from Wednesday 21st November 2018 to Friday 23rd November 2018, St. Mary’s Stadium- Kitende 4:00pm.
In the similar development, CAF Champions League and Confederation Cup Fixtures were released on 9th November 2018 and they involve Vipers FC (27th-28th Nov & 4th-5th Dec 2018) and KCCA FC (14th-16th Dec 2018).
– Match 65: BUL FC Vs Vipers SC that was to be played on Friday 30th November 2018 has been postponed (A new date to be communicated later).
– Match 73: Vipers SC Vs Police FC has been moved from Wednesday 5th December 2018 to Sunday 9th December 2018.
– Match 96: KCCA FC Vs Paidha Black Angels SC that was to be played on Saturday 15th December 2018 has been postponed (A new date to be communicated later).
The league resumes on Tuesday, 20th November 2018.