FUFA Women Cup 2024: Roadmap unveiled for fifth edition, draws out

Kampala, (UG):- The anticipation for the fifth edition of the FUFA Women’s Cup reached new heights on Monday morning as the roadmap and draws for the prestigious tournament was unveiled at the FUFA Complex in Mengo.

Former Crested Cranes player, Ms Oliver Mbekeka took centre stage to conduct the drawing of lots, under the expert guidance of FUFA Competitions Director Aisha Nalule.

In an exciting draw procedure, the top teams from both the FUFA Women Super League and FUFA Women Elite League were placed in Pot B, while Pot A featured formidable teams from the FUFA Women Elite League and various regions across Uganda.

With a record-breaking 40 teams registered for this edition, surpassing the previous tally by eight teams, Nalule expressed her delight, highlighting the significant increase in participation.

 “This edition has recorded the biggest number of teams participating since the inauguration of this competition,” Ms Mbekeka declared proudly.

The journey to the prestigious trophy will kick off with the round of 32 matches scheduled from March 14th to 17th, 2024. Notably, these matches will be decided by one-legged ties, with teams proceeding directly to penalty shootouts in case of a draw in normal time.

As the tournament progresses, the round of 16 clashes will take place on April 23rd and 24th, 2024, followed by the quarterfinals slated for May 25th and 26th, 2024. The semifinals are scheduled for June 1st and 2nd, 2024, setting the stage for an exhilarating climax.

Uganda Martyrs Ladies FC, the reigning champions, will be aiming to defend their title against formidable opponents from across the country.

The draw results for the round of 32 promise thrilling encounters, with matchups like EHCOS SS WFC versus FC Tooro Queens and Mpororo Queens FC against Lady Doves FC setting the stage for intense competition.

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Looking ahead, the journey to the final will witness fierce battles and moments of brilliance, culminating in an epic showdown between the two finalists on either June 8th or 9th, 2024.

With the stage set and anticipation running high, football enthusiasts across Uganda eagerly await the unfolding drama and excitement of the FUFA Women’s Cup’s fifth edition.

Round of 32 Draws 

  1. EHCOS SS WFC Vs FC Tooro Queens
  2. Moyo Stars WFC Vs Gyco Girls SS
  3. Mpororo Queens FC Vs Lady Doves FC
  4. Isra Soccer Academy Vs UCU Lady Cardinals
  5. High Way Ladies Vs Rines SS WFC
  6. Gold Star HS Vs Asubo Ladies
  7. Burneside Valley WFC Vs She Corporate FC
  8. Entebbe Pride WFC Vs Uganda Martyrs Ladies FC
  9. Tagy HS Vs Kawempe Muslim WFC
  10. Golden Impact WFC Vs She Maroons
  11. Dynamic SS Jeza Vs Kampala Queens
  12. Boni Consilii Vs Makerere University WFC
  13. Lango Queens Vs Wakiso Hill WFC
  14. Kawempe Muslim JT Byafaayo Queen FC
  15. Uganda Martyrs JT Vs She Geme FC
  16. Sacred Heart Ladies Vs Olila HS

Round of 16 Matchups

  • Match 17 – Winner M9 Vs Winner M14
  • Match 18 – Winner 13 Vs Winner 02
  • Match 19 – Winner 3 Vs Winner 8
  • Match 20 – Winner 6 Vs Winner 15
  • Match 21 – Winner 11 Vs Winner 10  
  • Match 22 – Winner 5 Vs Winner 1
  • Match 23 – Winner 12 Vs Winner 4
  • Match 24 – Winner 7 Vs Winner 16

Quarter Final Matchups

  • Match 25 – Winner 19 Vs Winner 23
  • Match 26 – Winner 20 Vs Winner 22
  • Match 27 – Winner 18 Vs Winner 17
  • Match 28 – Winner 21 Vs Winner 24


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Match 29 – Winner 26 Vs Winner 28
Match 30 – Winner 25 Vs Winner 27

Match 31- Winner 30 Vs Winner 29

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