Uganda Kobs Team (Credit: FUFA Media)

Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) has released the remuneration plan for the Uganda U-23 team (Kobs) currently taking part in the CECAFA U-23 Challenge Cup in Bahir Dar, Ethiopia.

The plan entails the daily camp allowances as well as the bonuses.

Per day, USD 50 is paid to every member of the contingent (players and officials), with USD 500 for each member should the team reach the semi-finals.

Each member will be entitled to USD 700 for reaching the final and a bonus of USD 1000 for winning the trophy.

This was duly confirmed by Ahmed Hussein, the FUFA communications director.

Ahmed Hussein Marsha, FUFA Communications Director Credit: John Batanudde

“The remuneration of the Uganda U-23 team at the on-going CECAFA U-23 Challenge Cup indicates the payment structure of the every member of the contingent from daily allowances to bonuses” Hussein states.

Uganda played to a goal-less draw with guest country Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) in the opening group A.

The Kobs take on Tanzania in the second group A game on Saturday afternoon for the respective two countries.

Tanzania had defeated DR Congo 1-0 in the second game of that group (A).

Uganda Kobs Delegation:


Charles Lukwago (G.K), Denis Otim (G.K), Saidi Keni (G.K), Enock Walusimbi (Captain), Azizi Kayondo, Musa Ramathan, Peter Magambo, Bobosi Byaruhanga, Bright Anukani, Karim Watambala, Julius Poloto, Najib Yiga, Steven Mukwala, Sadam Masereka, Derrick Kakooza, Gavin Kizito,Abdallah Salim, Samuel Ssenyonjo, Ivan Bogere, Steven Sserwadda, George Kaddu, Hakim Kiwanuka


  • Leader of Delegation: Rogers Byamukama
  • Head Coach: Morley Byekwaso
  • Assistant Coach: Simeon Massa
  • Goalkeeping coach: Steven Billy Kiggundu
  • Team Manager: Bashir mutyaba
  • Team Doctor: Emmanuel Nakabago
  • Kitsman: Samuel Mulondo
  • Media Officer: Lawrence Bwanika
  • FUFA Delegate: Isa Musiiwa
  • FUFA Staff: Edward Kalungi

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

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