In a meeting that was chaired by Eng. Moses Magogo, the President of football governing body in Uganda(FUFA), an address about the state of the competitions in the country was made.
First, it was decided that no cost will be incurred to register 4th division teams as a measure to relieve the clubs of the burden due to the repercussions of the COVID-19 pandemic
On the Status of Competitions.
The FUFA Women Regional Leagues are deemed concluded under article 18 of the FUFA Competitions Rules. Consequently, the FUFA Women Regional League table standings at the first round in the Regional Football Associations of Buganda, Eastern, Kitara, North East and Northern are upheld as the
final table standings. Therefore a club at the top of the table as at the end of the first round is sportingly qualified for the
FUFA women Elite League 2020/2021.
The FUFA Women Regional Leagues in Western and Kampala RFAs are nullified as they had not completed first round.
The third and second editions of the FUFA Drum and Odilo tournament-a competition for primary schools respectively were cancelled.
The 46th edition of Uganda Cup will be played to conclusion unless the time is not sufficient. The Super 8 will be composed of the top-most 8 clubs for the 2019/2020 Star Times Uganda
Premier League season.
The Second Division (FUFA Big League) for the season 2020/2021 shall be played in 2 groups, with 3 rounds.