During this difficult time, of this Covid-19 pandemic sports activities in the country had been suspended and not one of the kids involved in the academy Katanga slum project has any hope of celebrating Christmas or receiving a Christmas present, Christmas trees, lots of food, sweets are only a dream. Read more ...
Uganda Youth Soccer Academy restarts football training activities in Katanga slum after the Covid-19 break.
The Higher Sports Academy UK donates to Uganda Youth Soccer Academy.
The Higher Sports Academy UK chapter believe the Uganda Youth Soccer Academy performs brilliant work in helping youngsters in Uganda. Read more ...
Pro Touch Soccer Academy partnership with Uganda Youth Soccer Academy continues to grow.
ProTouch Soccer Academy a community interest football academy based at Market Road in Islington London will continue to welcome young players from the Uganda Youth Soccer Academy as they look to build bridges across the world. Read more ...
Uganda Youth Soccer Academy making a difference in Ugandan slums together with its worldwide partners. Just what does it take to erect a football academy? A number of balls, a field and a couple of instructors? Much more than that, reasons former national coach Mike Mutebi. A football academy, Mutebi says, must have residential and elementary education facilities. By the youthful coach's description. Read more ...
UYSA UK partners ProTouch SA donation appeal.
Our Partners ProTouch SA have appealed to all well wishers to donate there soccer boots and other items in a way to help out on there partner academies in Colombia, Bangladesh and of course Uganda Youth Soccer Academy.
We are very grateful for all those that have donated and are going to help on this charitable gesture to help our slum children involved in the academy in Uganda.
Uganda Youth Soccer Academy will acquire its home soon and also acquire a football club in the Uganda FA recognized championship to comply with the new FUFA academy regulations.
UYSA UK partners ProTouch SA restart training.
Glad to see our UK partners ProTouch SA restart training. We saw academy players return at Market Road Football pitches, Islington N7. Academy director Zahid Hossain ensuring the lads are all sanitized before and after training.
Uganda Youth Soccer Academy delegation to attend 5th United Kingdom East Africa Health Summit .
In line with our partnership with UK health summit among other health partners in the United Kingdom, we are happy to be part of the 5th United Kingdom East Africa Health Summit which takes place annually in the United Kingdom to help on mental illness awareness in East Africa.
SN Brussels airline and the Uganda Youth Soccer Academy (UYSA) have been long partners where the airline has been of great assistance in flying the team and officials plus all other donations to and from overseas to Uganda.
UYSA academy director attends Betway leadership workshop
Our UYSA academy director, Dostiva sports management director and URA FC CEO Mr. Ivan Kakembo was part of the selected people who attended the two-day Betway leadership workshop that took place at Tulip hotel from 17th to 18th June 2019.
In our struggle to ensure that mental health is stable and uplifted in the areas we work. We had a privilege to be well represented at the East Africa Health Summit in London and we hope our health projects receive the right knowledge for te right uplift. Continue Reading »
UYSA country director meets with Computers For Africa in the UK.
UYSA DIRECTOR HOSTS 3RD FUFA VICE PRESIDENT AND STATE MINISTER FOR YOUTH
Our academy director and founder Mr. Ivan Kakembo organised the launch of URA FC secretariat where he works as the chief executive officer and the chief guest was none other than the Federation of Uganda Football Association (FUFA) 3rd Vice President Hon. Florence Nakiwala Kiyingi Continue Reading »
The Uganda Youth Soccer Academy was established on 5th October, 2007 as a voluntary NGO. It was established to offer opportunities to the disadvantaged youth of Uganda. Dedicated to discovering potential in talented players through developmental programs for children of all ages. Continue Reading »