Favour Danielita Nambatya was part of the triumphant She Corporate Women Football Club as they clinched the 2021-2022 FUFA Women Super League title.
Uganda Crested Cranes forward Favour Danielita Nambatya has joined Rwanda’s women top premier club, Apaer women Football Club.
The 21-year-old striker joins the Kigali city-based entity on short term deal from the reigning Uganda Women Super League champions She Corporate.
Nambatya traveled to Rwanda’s capital city Kigali to formalize the move as she signed the employment contract and was also officially handed over her favorite shirt 14.
“I am excited to having been scouted and signed at Apaer Women Football Club in Rwanda. I want to utilize this as a bold stepping stone in my career to further attain my goals in life of playing in the world’s women best leagues.” Nambatya revealed after her dream move to Rwanda.
For starters, Apaer Women Football Club is managed by a vocation institution dealing in electricity, building, accounting, computing, among others.
Blessed with a sublime first touch on the ball, Nambatya is also a team player and shoots from all ranges.
During inter-play, Nambatya also maintains the shape typically of a goal poacher to finish at close range with tap-ins and powerful headers.
She was part of the triumphant She Corporate Women Football Club as they clinched the 2021-2022 FUFA Women Super League title.
She is a former player at St Mary’s Boarding School Kitende, Masaka SS (Aga Khan), Kawempe Muslim, Muteesa Royal University and lately Makerere University Business School (MUBS).
Nambatya’s club career has seen her feature at Kawempe Muslim Women Football Club, Muteesa Royal University Women Football Club and lately She Corporate Women Football Club.
Last season, she netted 10 goals in the 2021-2022 FUFA Women Super League, five shy from the two joint top scorers in the league; Fazila Ikwaput and Hasifa Nasuuna.
In the CAF Women Champions League (CECAFA Zone qualifiers), she scored as many as six goals.
For the current 2022-2023 season, she had so far scored two goals in as many games played.
She is also a member of the senior women national team (Crested Cranes) and has earned five international caps.
Nambatya is represented by Livingstone Sports Agency and management.