Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) has called for consultative meetings with Uganda Premier League and FUFA Big League clubs ahead of the 2020/2021 season.
According to the statement released on the FUFA website, these meetings will be focused on the club licensing program for the 2020/2021 season and the newly proposed Competition reforms.
Previously, FUFA proposed reforms in a bid to improve the competitions with the key change resulting into a reduction of teams in the UPL from 16 to 12 effective 2021/2022 campaign.
Also, all clubs playing in FUFA competitions are mandated to go through a licensing process hence will form a key item on the agenda.
The meeting that is slated for next week on Wednesday 10th June, 2020 at FUFA House, Mengo.
The invited parties for the Wednesday meeting include the UPL Board, Vipers SC, KCCA FC, SC Villa, Busoga United, URA FC, BUL FC, Mbarara City FC, Express FC, Wakiso Giants FC, Kyetume FC, Police FC, Bright Stars FC, Onduparaka FC and MYDA FC.
The second scheduled meeting involves the FUFA Big League teams taking place on Friday 12th June, 2020 where each club will be represented by one club representative.
The expected attendees from the FUFA Big League include; Proline FC, Maroons FC, Tooro United FC, Kiboga Young FC, Kataka FC, Bukedea Town Council FC, Paidha Black Angels FC, Doves All Stars FC, Kitara FC, UPDF FC, Ndejje University FC, Kigezi Home Boys FC, Nyamityobora FC and Water FC.
FUFA will also meet clubs featuring in the FUFA Wome Super League, Women Elite League, National Beach Soccer League and Futsal League on dates are yet to be communicated.