The FUFA Competitions Disciplinary Panel

The FUFA Competitions Disciplinary Panel

The FUFA Competitions Disciplinary Panel has sanctioned Onduparaka and Kataka, while Noah Kizito has been suspended for six months.

FUFA has sanctioned Onduparaka FC for multiple acts of supporter hooliganism.

Onduparaka FC was sanctioned by the FUFA Competitions Disciplinary Panel for violating Article 31(10) of the FUFA Competitions Rules during their home league match against Arua Hill SC on May 6, 2022 at Green Light Stadium in Arua.

The Onduparaka Football Club has been sanctioned.

Despite the presence of the suspended one point and one goal suspension, a two-point and two-goal deduction will be enforced at the start of the 2022/2023 Uganda Premier League season.

The FUFA Competitions Disciplinary Panel
The FUFA Competitions Disciplinary Panel

 

Starting in the 2022/2023 Uganda Premier League season, 5 home games outside the West Nile Province will be played behind closed doors. The games will be held at a neutral venue that has been approved for usage during Uganda Premier League matches by the Club Licensing Committee.
Kataka FC has been barred from playing at home for the next five matches, resulting in a loss of two points and two goals as a result of fan hooliganism.

Kataka FC was sanctioned by the FUFA Competitions Disciplinary Panel for violating Article 31(10) of the FUFA Competitions Rules during their home league match against Kyetume FC on April 28, 2022 at Mbale Municipal Stadium.

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The FUFA Competitions Disciplinary Panel

Kataka FC has been given permission to play.

A two-point and two-goal deduction will be applied to points earned prior to the start of the 2022/2023 FUFA Big League season.

Playing 5 home games behind closed doors outside of Bugisu Province, will be adopted at the start of the FUFA Big League season in 2022/2023. The games will be held at a neutral venue that has been approved for use during FUFA Big League matches by the Club Licensing Committee.
Noah Kizito of Kataka FC has been suspended for six months by FUFA.

As an appropriate corrective measure for his misconduct against an opponent Baker Buyala in the FUFA Big League match between his club and Kyetume FC on April 28, 2022 at Mbale Municipal Stadium, the FUFA Competitions Disciplinary Panel has suspended Noah Kizito of Kataka FC from all football activities for a period of six months.

The penalty will be applied at the start of the 2022/2023 season.

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