Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) Football Club will this afternoon be crowned and officially given the League trophy after their game with relegated Aurum Roses FC at the Lugogo Stadium.
KCCA FC won the League earlier this week after second placed URA FC faltered and lost to Police FC. The champions will receive medals and the trophy in a ceremony to be attended by the FUFA President Lawrence Mulindwa and Kampala Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago.
With 59 points and two games to complete the League, KCCA will today have a chance to rest first team players, while Aurum Roses, second from the bottom will be having one of their last moments in the top Division football before being relegated to the lower Division. KCCA FC Coach George Nsimbe told Redpepper Online that his target is to win the remaining two games to get more points and make fans happy. KCCA last won the League title in 2008.
Second placed URA FC will be up against bottom-placed Water FC in another League tie, while Uganda’s most successful club SC Villa take on army side Simba FC.
Last year’s champions Express FC who will represent Uganda at the 2013 regional Cecafa Club Championships in Sudan next month will battle Kira Young, while relegation-threatened Proline FC battle Victors. Coach Frank Anyau’s Entebbe FC, who could move to place with a win, will take on Masaka FC.