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KCCA FC Clinch 13th Uganda Premier League Title

Kampala Capital City Authority Football Club (KCCA FC) have clinched their 13th Uganda Premier League title. 

The Mike Mutebi-coached side held Ndejje University FC to a one-all draw to earn the final title-winning point on Tuesday evening in a StarTimes Uganda Premier League clash played at the Arena of Visions in Luwero.

Anwar Ntege had given the home side a lead in the first half as they intensified their fight for survival but second-half substitute Ibrahim Sadam Juma scored to restore that game back to level.

1-1 it ended with the visitors who donned an unusual green jersey and red stockings moving to 60 points from 28 games to win the 2018/2019 league title while the same result meant that Ndejje could be relegated back to the second tier (the FUFA Big League) after just one season in the top flight.

Ndejje stand in 14th place on the 16-team log with 26 points, 5 points shy of SC Villa in 13th place and are likely to join Nyamityobora FC and Paidha Black Angels FC in the Big League next season.

Elsewhere, Vipers were 2-1 winners over Police FC at the StarTimes Stadium Lugogo, Tooro United thrashed Nyamityobora by 3-0 while SC Villa beat Maroons FC by 1-0 to brighten their chances of survival.

Tuesday 23/04/2019  – Results 
Police FC 1-2 Vipers SC
Maroons 0-1 SC Villa
Nyamityobora 0-3 Tooro United
Ndejje FC 1-1 KCCA

Uganda Premier League winners since 1949

  • 1949 United Budonians
  • 1953 Police
  • 1959 Nsambya
  • 1960 Makerere College
  • 1961 Not held
  • 1962 Bitumastic
  • 1963 Bitumastic
  • 1964 Express FC
  • 1966 Express FC
  • 1967 Bitumastic
  • 1968 Prisons FC
  • 1969 Prisons FC
  • 1970 Coffee United SC
  • 1971 Army
  • 1972 annulled
  • 1973 annulled
  • 1974 Express FC
  • 1975 Express FC
  • 1976 Kampala City Council SC
  • 1977 Kampala City Council SC
  • 1978 Simba FC (Lugazi)
  • 1979 Uganda Commercial Bank (Kampala)
  • 1980 Nile Breweries FC (Jinja)
  • 1981 Kampala City Council SC
  • 1982 Nakivubo Villa SC (Kampala)
  • 1983 Kampala City Council SC
  • 1984 Nakivubo Villa SC (Kampala)
  • 1985 Kampala City Council SC
  • 1986 Nakivubo Villa SC (Kampala)
  • 1987 Nakivubo Villa SC (Kampala)
  • 1988 Nakivubo Villa SC (Kampala)
  • 1989 Nakivubo Villa SC (Kampala)
  • 1990 Nakivubo Villa SC (Kampala)
  • 1991 Kampala City Council SC [*2]
  • 1992 Nakivubo Villa SC (Kampala)
  • 1993 Express FC (Kampala)
  • 1994 Nakivubo Villa SC (Kampala)
  • 1995 Express Red Eagles (Kampala)
  • 1996 Express Red Eagles (Kampala)
  • 1997 Kampala City Council SC
  • 1998 Villa SC (Kampala)
  • 1999 Villa SC (Kampala)
  • 2000 Villa SC (Kampala)
  • 2001 Villa SC (Kampala)
  • 2002 Villa SC (Kampala)
  • 2003 Villa SC (Kampala)
  • 2004 Villa SC (Kampala)
  • 2005 Police (Jinja)
  • 2006 URA SC (Kampala)
  • 2007 URA SC (Kampala)
  • 2008 Kampala City Council SC
  • 2009 URA SC (Kampala)
  • 2010 Bunamwaya SC (Wakiso)
  • 2011 URA SC (Kampala)
  • 2012 Express FC
  • 2013 Kampala Capital City Authority FC
  • 2014 Kampala Capital City Authority FC
  • 2015 Vipers SC
  • 2016 Kampala Capital City Authority FC
  • 2017 Kampala Capital City Authority FC
  • 2018 Vipers SC
  • 2019 Kampala Capital City Authority FC

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