Monday 2 January 2017

The Renovation On Philip Omondi Stadium Would Continue This Year

There has been talk of KCCA FC rebuilding the Philip Omondi Stadium and elevating it to the level that befits the history of the club. The stadium was reopened for operation mid last year after an artificial turf was laid but there is need to improve the terraces, dressing rooms, offices, entrances and exits and parking.

Currently the Philip Omomdi Stadium in Lugogo hosts KCCA FC and Prolines’ home games in the Azam Uganda Premier League, but it’s not fit enough to host continental fixtures. Something that will force the reigning league champions to host their games of the 2017 CAF Champions League at Namboole Stadium. But while KCCA FC will be trying to better their fortunes on the continent, plans to improve the 13years old facility will also be underway.
KCCA FC chairman Julius Kabugo confirmed last week about the new development, he said “Last week we asked the procurement department of KCCA to start advertising, we shall need quality surveyors and architects to come up with a proper plan and budget for construction to start. As a board we have goals and targets, one of those are to make sure KCCA FC have a home of their own very soon. We are already in advanced stages with different sponsors who are coming on board to specifically give us a helping hand in improving the terraces.”

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