One of the goals of URA FC is to build international relationships with clubs outside Uganda through partnerships that come as a result of a number of aspects like say having friendly matches.
The above narration partly explains why URA FC visited Rwanda to play against Rayon Sport FC in September last year as part of the pre-season engagements at the Stade Kigali in Nyamirambo which ended 1-1.
Following the friendly match, a partnership between the two clubs was created with an aim of developing football in the East African region.
Four months later, the fruits of the mentioned Partnership have started working magic following workaholic right winger Joackiam Ojera completing a loan move to Rayon Sport for five months.
Ojera was part of the URA FC team that played in Kigali in the build up match, putting up an impressive performance and with the partnership already in place, the move was inevitable.
The deal also became the first foreign loan transfer in the history of URA FC.
More partnerships with clubs in different countries like Tanzania, Kenya, DRC, etc are in plan.