Thursday, November 15
Mengo v Park, 6 PM
Equator v Elephants, 7 PM
Bajim v Dream, 7 PM
Nomad v Aidenal, 8 PM
Crown v Kabowa, 8 PM
Parakeets v Yeak Kabowa, 9 PM
Typhoons v Yap Stars, 9 PM
The exciting Futsal Super League returns this Thursday with seven games on the menu.
The league that goes underway at the International Futsal courts in Mengo, had taken a two weeks break due to unavoidable circumstances.
Dream FC have found themselves at a wrong end of the league table: the side is at the foot after two losses.
Much as many expected the side to have a difficult season, but not as poor as losing the opening two games.
The defending champions lost two of their key players including last season’s topscorer and MVP Mike Mutyaba and Jamil Karisa respectively, who joined mainstream football.
Mutyaba was promoted as the club’s head coach after the departure of Mohamed Ssenfuma.
The side lost their opening game of the season against Yeak Kabowa before losing a seven goal thriller against Mengo City.
In Bajim, they face a tricky side who has only played one game so far. They edged Equator 3-2 and are now inside the top half of the log.