Exciting Stanbic Uganda Cup quarterfinal matchups confirmed

Exciting Stanbic Uganda Cup quarterfinal matchups confirmed

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  • April 4, 2024
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By Emmanuel Sekago

The anticipation for the  Stanbic Uganda Cup quarterfinals has reached fever pitch as the matchups have been confirmed, promising thrilling encounters that will captivate football fans across the nation.

Tonny Mawejje during the Stanbic Uganda Cup draws live on Tv

In one of the headline fixtures, Kitara FC is set to lock horns with Vipers SC in what promises to be a fiercely contested battle. Both teams have demonstrated their prowess throughout the competition, and their clash is expected to showcase high-quality football and intense competition.

KCCA FC has been drawn against BUL FC, setting the stage for another enthralling quarterfinal showdown.

With both teams boasting a rich history in Ugandan football, this matchup is sure to be a spectacle filled with skill, determination, and drama.

Pajule Lions and Packwach Young will meet in a thrilling encounter that underscores the talent and passion present in Ugandan football. As these two sides clash, expect nothing short of exhilarating action and drama on the field.

Police FC and NEC are set to face off in what promises to be a captivating contest. With both teams vying for a spot in the semifinals, this matchup is sure to deliver excitement, skill, and relentless competition.

Meanwhile, as the Uganda Cup quarterfinals approach, football enthusiasts are eagerly anticipating these compelling matchups, eagerly awaiting the outcome of these fiercely contested battles.

With a place in the semifinals at stake, the teams will leave no stone unturned in their quest for victory, promising fans an unforgettable display of footballing talent and passion.
Fixtures:
Kitara FC vs. Vipers SC
KCCA FC vs. BUL FC
Police vs NEC
Pajule Lions vs Packwach Young

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