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URA Change Home Ground For The Third Time This Season


Uganda Premier League (UPL) side URA will host their remaining league games at a third different venue since the start of the 2023/24 season, after confirming change of their home ground.

The Tax Collectors started at Mehta stadium in Lugazi, hosted at the MTN Omondi Stadium Lugogo, before moving now to Wakiso, at the Kabaka Kyabaggu Stadium – home of another UPL side, Wakiso Giants.

The club’s hope is that their new home promises to provide an electrifying atmosphere for both players and supporters alike.

As it stands, URA (31 points) sit nineth on the 16-team table, after collecting eight wins, seven draws and eight losses in 23 games.

URA look forward to improving their position in the league standings with the support of their management and loyal fans at their new fortress.

In Wakiso, URA will start with NEC in the UPL on Tuesday, April 16, 2024.

The Tax Collectors will also host KCCA, Busoga United, and Soltilo Bright Stars at their new home ground.
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