The knockout competition had reached the Round of 16 when it was prematurely stopped after Uganda registered their first case of coronavirus in mid-March.
Though Fufa has listed the competition as among the ones to resume the federation has now confirmed that the competition will remain cancelled.
However, teams which had progressed to the Round of 16 will share the prize money.
“Among the competitions hinted about was an update about the 46th edition of the Stanbic Uganda Cup.”
“Fufa had cancelled the 2019/20 season of the Uganda Cup declaring it null and void with no winner due to the continued Covid-19 restrictions on sports.”
“A subsequent press conference held at Fufa House in Mengo, Kampala on Tuesday, October 13, 2020.”
“It indicated that despite the Cup cancellation, the main sponsors Stanbic Bank will honour its commitment by paying prize monies to clubs that had progressed to the Round of 16 and the quarter-finals.”
The teams to share prize money
The six teams that qualified for the last 16 and will receive UGX 6 million are Proline FC, KCCA FC, Kyetume FC, Light SS FC, Kitara FC, Kataka FC.
The six teams which were knocked out at the Round of 16 will each receive UGX 3 million.
These include Kiboga Young FC, Dove FC, Maroons FC, UPDF FC, Tooro Utd FC and Free Stars FC.
Meanwhile, the four teams yet to play their Round of 16 matches will share the prize money for their ties.
These include URA FC against Wakiso Giants while SC Villa was set to take on Mbarara City.
Each of the four clubs will each pocket a sum of UGX 1.5 million.
Fufa CEO Edgar Watson was excited for Stanbic Bank to pay the clubs at a time when most clubs have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic.