URA FC will host all it’s StarTimes Uganda Premier League home matches at Ndejje University Stadium, Arena Of Visions in Bombo.

In the first round, URA FC used Mandela National Stadium, Namboole as its home ground, a stadium it has used for the past one and a half seasons.

The change of venue is due to the non-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 last stages of the first round where URA FC had to host its last three games at Bombo Military Barracks ground.

The new home of URA FC – Arena of Visions Stadium, Ndejje University-Bombo

URA leave Mandela National Stadium having hosted eight of the 15 home games in the 2019/20 season.

The Arena of Visions, which is our new home heading into the second round of the 2019/20 season, will see us host our first of the seven second-round home games against SC Villa on Tuesday 7 January 2020.

John Bugembe
December 24, 2019