Mengo based football governing body, Federation of Uganda Football Associations-FUFA is yet to pronounce it’s stance a year after former SC Villa and URA boss, Ivan Kakembo threatened to drag grassroots football union, Uganda Youth Football Association (UYFA) to courts of law over “political persecution”. read more>>
Kakembo-UYFA Feud: FUFA remains silent a year later.
Opinion: FIFA risks rolling in dirt with Magogo’s FUFA
FIFA boasts of several values such as respect to human rights, accountability, among many others. The body has been saluted for its solidarity with the people of Ukraine and Russia amidst conflict,... read more>>
UYSA receives equipment donation from UK’s Higher Sports Academy
UK’s The Higher Sports Academy donated Adidas jerseys (16 red shirts and shorts), kit bag and 48 HAS branded match balls (brand new) to Uganda Youth Soccer Academy (UYSA)
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Uganda Youth Soccer Academy, Girlhood to shine a light on Katanga Girl child stories
Uganda based charityorganisation, Uganda Youth Soccer Academy (UYSA ) has partnered with multinational media agency, Gilhood to bring to light the untold stories of young women and girls in the country. The Katanga based Academy believes that the collaboration will bring to light the untold stories of slums of Katanga in Kampala...
Uganda Youth Soccer Academy continues to seek justice.
Local football politics in Uganda has over the time, consumed the biggest portion of the sport’s developmental strategies as factions battle to hawk their respective schemes. Whereas warring parties hide under the available guiding principles to execute their hidden missions, the would-be final beneficiaries, suffer the consequences of such circumstances. As football fans were still
Uganda Youth Soccer Academy is much more than a football training club. The academy was set up to provide children from the slums of Kampala with education and nutrition; in addition to sports training. “Children wishing to undertake our training programmes – must be prepared to study basics in Mathematics, English and other academic curricular,”
Sports activities in the country were suspended at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic; and no child involved in the academy activities from the Katanga slum project, had any hopes of celebrating Christmas or even receiving a gift. “But at Uganda Youth Soccer Academy, we wanted to give them a Dream Christmas party, like event Read more ...
Training activities re-starts in Katanga slum following Covid-19 break
SN Brussels Airlines and the Uganda Youth Soccer Academy – UYSA partnership has been of great assistance in underscoring both parties’ relationship. The Airline has been instrumental in flying the academy teams as well as officials to all donations from and to Uganda. Brussels airlines partnership helps the academy ease the burden of shipment of
Brussels Airlines continues to boost Uganda Youth Soccer Academy.
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. Uganda Youth soccer academy takes part
With continued support of our partners in United Kingdom Uganda Youth Soccer Academy (UYSA) continues to give medical health check up to children in the areas where we serve. Uganda Youth Soccer Academy(UYSA) continues to give medical check ups each year where this is made possible through the support we receive from United Kingdom and
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. It was a great interaction of seeing the development of football in the country and
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.
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.