Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) has called for a consultative meeting with teams from Uganda Premier League and FUFA Big League.
According to a statement released on the FUFA Website, the local football governing body will meet the teams from the two divisions next week to make consultations on two key issues that is club licensing and the proposed football reforms.
It should be noted that prior to every season, clubs playing in FUFA competitions are mandated to go through a licensing process.
In addition, recently, FUFA made proposed reforms in a bid to improve their competitions with the key change calling for a reduction of teams in the Uganda Premier League from 16 to 12.
The Uganda Premier League clubs will have their meeting on Wednesday, 10th June 2020 at FUFA House while the Big League clubs will have their meeting on Friday, 12th June 2020.
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