Johanz William Tusiime, 20, is a talented young Ugandan footballer based on the famous Long Island, New York in the United States of America.
Born in Uganda, Tusiime left for the US in 2015 after completing “O-level” studies at Kisubi High School along Entebbe road.
Already a regional and national winner with Lake Groove Sports Club Rampage in the U-20 championship, Tusiime aspires for greater heights in his career sphere.
Of late, he has been a high school student at Our savior New American school, winning the regional championship that had the states of Virginia, New Jersey, New York, Maryland, Massachusetts and New Hempshire.
For the achievement, they earned the rights to represent the region in the 2017 national cup, organized in Indiana.
“I played 18 games and scored 11 goals in the previous season. This to me was a good start for confidence and team gelling,” the exciting player says.
Born on November 23, 1997 to Martha Kaba and Steven Kabonelo, Tusiime started and completed his elementary education at Kiwafu Primary School in Entebbe Division B, Kiwafu ward in Entebbe Municipality.
He successfully undertook his O-level studies at Gloryland High School (Luweero) and Kisubi High School before heading to the United States, where he has been a student at Our savior New American School.
“I am going to take International Business but I’m still undecided which university I want to go to. So many are waiting on my decision but they are all great Universities,” he adds.
Tusiime has a dream of playing professional football at the highest level as well as represent Uganda in future.
It remains my dream to complete school and turn professional. I will also work hard to represent my country of birth (Uganda) at some stage
He is an attacking midfielder with the ability to dribble and shoot at goal.