As one of the requirements by the FUFA licensing commitee for a club to have a good playground, with a perimeter fencing and a good playing surface with grass, the committee declared Tooro's playground fit to host matches.
The playground is called St. Paul's National Major Seminary Play ground in Fort Portal-Kabalore.
The Kabalore based side's real home play ground is Buhinga but as it is undergoing construction, the club forwarded St. Paul's National Major Seminary play ground and after being inspected by the FUFA licensing commitee, the pitch was legalized to host matches.
Tooro United joins Onduparaka who were earlier granted to host their home matches at Green Light Stadium still by the FUFA licensing body after the Arua based club met all the requirements.
Tooro United have been playing their home matches at Betway Muteesa II Stadium, Wankulukuku.
Tooro United FC will play match number 47 on match day six at their new home, St Paul's National Major Seminary hosting hosting KCCA FC.
The "Entale za Tooro" are 9th in the table with six points from five matches, with two wins and the rest being losses.