URA FC confirm new home ground ahead of second round

Gladys ZAWEDDE

URA FC have confirmed the Arena of Visions in Bombo as their home ground for the second round of the season.

They have been hosting their games at Mandela National Stadium, Namboole for the past one and half  season.

According to the club’s official website, reasons for change were not revealed but pointed unavoidable circumstances.

“The change of venue is due to the un avoidable circumstances from Mandela National Stadium that hosts various activities and in one way or the other affects URA FC planning as seen in the late stages of the first round.”

At the end of the first round, Mandela National Stadium management confirmed that the pitch was to be rested for refurbishment due to the poor state.

Sam Ssimbwa’s coached side will open their second round on 7th January 2020 against SC Villa.

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