FUFA release charges for FIFA World Cup qualifier game

FUFA has released charges for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia qualifier game between Uganda Cranes and Congo Brazzaville.

Fans will have to fork out 25,000 for ordinary tickets, 60,000 and 150,000 for VIP.

The FUFA Finance Director Decolas  Kiiza made the announcement during a weekly news conference today at FUFA Headquarters in Mengo.

He says preparations are already underway and they are looking forward to holding a very good game.

Uganda takes on Congo Brazzaville on 12th November Mandela National stadium.

Uganda held Ghana to a goalless draw in the first group game in Tamale.

Egypt and Congo Brazaville are in the same group.


Meanwhile, All Cranes fans under organized associations will enjoy a 15% discount on tickets at international matches involving the national football team.

FUFA has received applications from various fans groups and hospitality and events mangers seeking to register fans going for the 2017 AFCON Finals in Gabon.

FUFA president Moses Magogo says the federation will guide the public and let them know the best service provider for this project.

Members of the fans associations will also be considered for items that come from Uganda Cranes sponsors and courses aimed at improving the football game.

Uganda takes on Ghana their first game of the AFCON tournament in Gabon on November 12th at Mandela National Stadium.