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Entebbe Creamland team (R) vs London College Nansana line up for inspection before their match in the Waksio Women’s league.
Speaking to sports scribes this morning during the FUFA press Conference in Mengo, Mariam Kaliga urged all teams to exhibit during the tournament.
“Our main objective is to set up a national league and in this way we shall achieve as stakeholders but above all we ask teams to show discipline on and off the pitch during their stay in Wakiso,” said Kaliga who is also a FUFA Executive committee Member.
The organisers are yet to confirm the number of teams expected to turn up.
Primary schools, Secondary Schools, Universities and Clubs will all compete for top honours.
Teams will start arriving on Friday with the action proper kicking off on Saturday.
The national league will be running between 4 October and December 2014.
U-14 Jolly Primary School
U-19 Kawempe Muslim Senior Secondary School
Open Category Kampala United Football Club