Goals from Geoffrey Sserunkuma and Derrick Nsibambi against Paidha Black Angels have won KCCA the Uganda Cup.
In addition to the 2016/17 Uganda Premier League title, KCCA becomes only the third team in the history of Ugandan football to win a League and the Cup.
Flamboyant tactician, Mike Hilary Mutebi is the man behind the success of the Lugogo based side and joins a distinguished list of coaches to have won the double.
Polly Ouma – SC Villa (1986)
The first ever double in history of Ugandan football was won by SC Villa under ex-international, Polly Ouma.
The Jogoos defeated Tobacco 2-0 to lift the Uganda Cup days after winning the league.
Geoff Hudson – SC Villa (1988 & 1989)
One of only two foreign coaches to win a double in Ugandan football. The Briton saw his charges beat Express FC 3-1 and 4-2 in 1988 and 1989 respectively in the finals to add to their already secured league titles.
Jimmy Muguwa – Express FC (1995)
The year 1995 belonged to the Red Eagles. Having won the league and also reached the semi-finals of the continental competition, Jimmy Muguwa led them to their first and only double so far.
The Wankulukuku based side beat rivals KCCA 4-3 on penalties to lift the trophy after a goalless draw in normal play.
Paul Hasule – SC Villa (1998 & 2000)
V8 as famously known has a unique record having won two doubles as a player and coach at SC Villa.
The former SC Villa Captain was at the helm as the Blues beat his former side Simba 2-0 to lift the trophy in 1998 and two years later, defeated Military Police FC 1-0 in the finals.
Mulitin ‘Micho’ Sredojevic – SC Villa (2002)
In 2002, SC Villa beat rivals Express 2-1 in the finals to win their sixth and latest double in the history of Ugandan football.
The Serbian is currently the coach of the Ugandan National Team – Uganda Cranes.
Mike Hilary Mutebi – KCCA (2017)
The long wait for a double at Lugogo has finally come to end thanks to Mike Mutebi.
The gaffer, in his third stint at the club now becomes the 6th coach to achieve the feat.