Following the bidding process for the construction of the MTN – Omondi Stadium, we are pleased to inform the public that Sarjan Construction was selected as the contractors for the scheduled construction works.
The game against AS Kigali on Wednesday will be the first CAF game for the Ugandan side in over a year. The last CAF Confederation Cup game that KCCA FC played was on 3rd November 2019 against Paradou AC away in Algeria.
In order for the fans activities to remain moving well, the fans leadership decided to appoint Mrs. Sophie Najjemba (Vice President, administration and finance) in acting capacity as KCCA FC fans President for this period the president will not be available.
CAF Confederation Cup First Round (Second Leg) KCCA FC vs AS Kigali – Agg (0-2) St Mary’s Stadium, Kitende Wednesday 6th January 2021| 1600 EAT CAF has confirmed that three Kenya nationals and one Ethiopian will officiate the CAF Confederation Cup First round, second leg, game between KCCA FC and AS Kigali FC on 6th January 2021 at St Mary’s Stadium, Kitende Anthony […]
Upon arrival, the players immediately went in for a brief meeting enlightening on the COVID-19 pandemic that was addressed by the team doctor Ivan Ssewanyana who urged players to follow all Ministry of Health Guidelines while in camp.
The team got creative and launched a weekly Television Show dubbed The KCCA FC TV which runs every Sunday 10pm on Sanyuka. We secured approvals for construction of a state of the art stadium whose works are scheduled for early 2021. In the same regard, we got a new stadium naming rights partner, MTN and the stadium name henceforth is called the MTN – Omondi Stadium.
The game against AS Kigali on Wednesday will be the first CAF game for the Ugandan side in over a year. The last CAF Confederation Cup game for KCCA FC was on 3rd November 2019 against Paradou AC away in Algeria.
These are two traditional and most successful clubs in Uganda. It is going to be a tough match. The rivalry will always be there between these two clubs and this will be seen on the pitch. – Mike Mutebi