The 8th FUFA Super League Limited (FSLL) Annual General Meeting successfully concluded at Ridar Hotel in Seeta, Mukono on Saturday, with stakeholders called on to continue protecting the competition brand.

FSLL is the business arm under which the topflight competition, the StatTimes Uganda Premier League, is operated.

Arinaitwe Rugyendo, the board chairman, chaired the AGM, where he reiterated the importance of protecting the league brand.

“A stable and professional league attracts sponsors,” said Rugyendo.

“This is what we need. I thank the leadership of FUFA for the conducive environment for football to run.”

FUFA Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Edgar Watson Suubi was the chief guest.

“The history of such an engagement is known and well documented,” commented Watson.

“I appreciate the administration of FUFA President Moses Magogo and the executive for making such happen.

“The FUFA executive supervises the football matters. I thank the FSLL stakeholders and fraternity. FUFA will continue to engage the clubs.”

The AGM approved the activity report and the annual budget of Shs. 2,676,982,813 for the season 2021-2022.

StarTimes Uganda Premier League clubs in attendance are URA, Soltilo Bright Stars, KCCA, Vipers, BUL, Onduparaka, Express, Wakiso Giants, UPDF, Arua Hill, Gaddafi, Tooro United and Busoga United.

Sports Club Villa, Police and Mbarara City did not attend.

Sponsors and prospective partners led by StarTimes Uganda, Uganda Breweries Limited, MTN and the Ministry of Health graced the meeting.


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