Home Football Beach soccer referees get FUFA badges as national league returns

Beach soccer referees get FUFA badges as national league returns

The referees that recieved the badges

National beach soccer league

Sunday fixtures

Buganda Royal vs Kiringente, 12pm

Entebbe Sharks vs Mutoola, 1pm

MS Sand Lions vs Wolves, 2pm

Talented vs MUBS, 3pm

Real Galacticos vs St Lawrence, 4pm

Buganda Royal vs MS Sand Lions, 5pm

Wolves vs Entebbe Sharks, 6pm

Eight beach soccer referees were awarded with FUFA badges over the weekend at a ceremony held at the offices of the FUFA Special Interest Groups in LungujjA.

The handover ceremony was presided over by former FIFA referee and Uganda Football Referees Association (UFRA) Vice Chairperson Rosebell Rwamuyamba, who encouraged the referees to execute their work with a positive attitude in order to maintain the badges.

“I am grateful for all the effort you put in.  You must remain focused and dedicated to your job because FUFA reserves the right of giving the badges out and recalling them,” noted Rwamuyamba. “It is our mandate to fulfill FUFA’s mission to Develop, Promote and Protect football for all. Referees must be at their best.  We thank FUFA Excom for approving the proposal to improve referees’ welfare,” noted Deo Mutabazi, the Uganda beach soccer association Chairman.

Deo Mutabazi

Uganda has four international FIFA beach soccer referees; Kintu Ivan Bayige, Mugerwa Shafic, Ssenteza Muhammad and Kawagga Bazirio Kennedy. The referees who received the FUFA badges; Komugisha Ritah, Chestit Hakeem, Munyendo Joel, Mirembe Dianah, Madhooba Joraam, Sande Richard, Swaiman Abdulaziz and Tukahirwa Rachael. Meanwhile, the national beach soccer league continued on Sunday at Mutoola beach in Mukono with MUBS suffering a shocking 3-6 loss to Buganda royal while ISABET were held to a 4-4 draw by Mutoola.

Kiringente whipped Real Galacticos 8-0 as Entebbe Sharks lost 6-2 to KIU. Talented were 6-3 winners over Muteesa I Royal while Kiringente suffered an 8-6 defeat to holders St Lawrence University. Wolves lost 3-2 to ISABET.

The league returns this Sunday, February 16 with seven fixtures at the same venue. ISABET remain on top of the 13-team log with 23 points from 9 games, a point better of St Lawrence University in second.

Buganda Royal that has a game in hand and Mutoola are 3rd and 4th with 22 and 19 points respectively. Kiringente (8), Muteesa I Royal University (4) and MS Sand Lions (4) sit in the relegation zone.


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