Byekwaso unveils squad for Uganda’s U20 ahead of All Africa Games 2023

Kampala, (UG):- Morley Byekwaso Ochama, the Head Coach of Uganda’s U20 Men’s National Team, has meticulously assembled a provisional squad comprising 39 promising players for the 2023 All Africa Games

The team is set to commence its preparations this week at the FUFA House, gathering before transitioning to the FUFA Technical Centre in Njeru for an intensive residential camp.

Grouped in the challenging Group B, Uganda will face formidable opponents including Nigeria, South Sudan, Senegal, and Tunisia during the tournament scheduled to unfold between the 7th and 24th of March 2024 in Accra, Ghana.

The provisional squad is a mix of talented players from various clubs and academies, with notable inclusions across all positions:


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  • Abdu Magada (Gaddafi FC, Uganda)
  • Shamulan Kamya (Soltilo Bright Stars FC, Uganda)
  • Delton Oyo (SC Villa, Uganda)
  • Humphrey Oyirwoth (Bukedea Comprehensive School, Uganda)
  • Henry Mwebe (Wembley Boys FC, Uganda)


  • Haruna Lukwago (KCCA FC, Uganda)
  • Louis Anguti Amagu (Lugazi FC, Uganda)
  • Innocent Biyika (Maroons FC, Uganda)
  • Ibrahim Juma (CD Leganes, Spain)
  • Enock Luyima (Vipers SC, Uganda)
  • Jimmy Ndalambi (Gaddafi FC, Uganda)
  • Ronald Madoi (SFK Pierikos, Greece)
  • Apollo Kagogwe (Wakiso Giants FC, Uganda)
  • Cyrus Kibande (SC Villa, Uganda)
  • Rogers Torach (Vipers SC, Uganda)
  • Allan Enyou (CD Leganes, Spain)


  • Frank Katongole (Vipers SC, Uganda)
  • John Innocent Kisolo (URA FC, Uganda)
  • Charles Okello Batiibwe (SC Villa, Uganda)
  • Ivan Irinimbabazi (SFK Pierikos, Greece)
  • Saidi Mayanja (KCCA FC, Uganda)
  • Titus Ssematimba (Wakiso Giants FC, Uganda)
  • Allan Oyirwoth (Brook House College and Football Academy, United Kingdom)
  • Marvin Nyanzi (Wakiso Giants FC, Uganda)
  • Isma Mugulusi (FK Riteriai, Lithuania)
  • Travis Mutyaba (Zamalek SC, Uganda)
  • Geremi Bamwine (Aspire Football Academy, Qatar)
  • Umar Lutalo (SC Villa, Uganda)
  • Hakim Mutebi (SC Villa, Uganda)
  • George Isiagi Okwakol (Brook House College and Football Academy, United Kingdom)


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  • Arafat Usama Kizza (KCCA FC, Uganda)
  • Shafiq Magogo (Kitara FC, Uganda)
  • Ibrahim Kasinde (Soltilo Bright Stars FC, Uganda)
  • Abbas Kyeyune (SC Villa, Uganda)
  • Patrick Jonah Kakande (SC Villa, Uganda)
  • Rogers Mugisha (AC Horsens, Denmark)
  • Alpha Thierry Ssali (Express FC, Uganda)
  • Bruno Bunyaga (URA FC, Uganda)
  • Darious Ojok (Maroons FC, Uganda)

With this diverse and skilled lineup, Uganda is gearing up for a compelling display of football prowess on the continental stage, aspiring to make a mark in the highly competitive 2023 All-Africa Games.

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