Wakana Zouen (有限会社わかな造園) will brand the upper part 1 of the front shirt for Soltilo Bright Stars Football Club

Uganda Premier League entity Soltilo Bright Stars Football Club has officially announced a front shirt sponsor in Wakana Zouen (有限会社わかな造園).

Wakana Zouen is a Japanese based landscape contracting company whose chairperson is Yoshihiro Wakana.

The company will place their logo on the upper most part of the front shirt.

The financial nitty gritty of the deal remained muted owing to respect of the contractual clauses embedded.

Wakana Zouen (有限会社わかな造園) branding on the Soltilo Bright Stars jersey

Wakana Zouen becomes the 8th company to join Soltilo Bright Stars Football Club.

They joins the bandwagon of partners and sponsors for the club as Yoshino Trading Limited (clavicle part), Showa Glove Co. Limited, Ashinaga Scholarship Foundation, Ball Field, TresJapan, Next Connect and Africa Dream Soccer Tour.

Makihika (MK Ball Field) is a uniform partner that takes the uniform number lower hem part, Ashinaga  is for the practice uniform-clavicle part whilst Showa glove is another partner (underwear_1), Financie (uniform partner -underwea_2) and the uniform supplier is Tres Football.

Bright Stars players join Ssekamatte (third from right) to celebrate a goal

Soltilo Bright Stars is currently 9th on the 16 team log with 20 points, same as Jinja based BUL.

They won their latest match in the league, 3-1 away to Kitara at Kavumba Recreational Stadium, the same fortress where they host their home games after shifting base from the Champions Stadium in Mwererwe.

Their next game in the league will be on 14th April 2021 against Wakiso Giants.

Meanwhile, Soltilo Bright Stars will play Paidha Black Angels in a two legged round of 32 contest in the Stanbic Uganda Cup.

Paidha Black Angels host the first leg at the Bar Okoro stadium in Zombo district on Wednesday, 7th April 2021.

The return leg will be played on Sunday, 11th April 2021 at Kavumba Recreational Stadium, Wakiso.  

David Isabirye is a senior staff writer for Kawowo Sports where he covers most of the major events.

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