Rwanda Premier League suspended due to Coronavirus

The Rwanda Ministry of Sports has been forced to suspend football actions in the country due to the rolling number of reported coronavirus cases. Rwanda Premier League season started on December 4th where three matches had been played. However, after 12 of Rayon Sports’ players and staff returned positive tests, the government took the measure to curb the further spread.…

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Rwanda Premier League to kick off on October 30

The new 2020/2021 Rwanda Premier League season is set to start on October 30 according to the Rwanda Football Federation. Just like many leagues across Africa and the world, the Rwanda league was halted in mid-March owing to the effects caused by the coronavirus pandemic. The league could not resume after the country remained under lockdown. According to a statement…

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Eric Rutanga joins Police FC from Rayon Sports

Rwanda Premier League side Rayon Sports has suffered a huge blow after losing their inspirational skipper Eric Rutanga to Police FC.  The left-back declined to renew his contract at Rayon Sports and joins the Disciplined Forces side on a free transfer.  “Rutanga is now our player until 2022. We hope his quality and experience will add strength to the team,” Police…

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Rwanda Premier League set to return in September

The Rwanda Premier League will resume in September according to the announcement made by the Rwandan government through the Ministry of Sports. The league was suspended in March as one way of combating the current Covid-19 situation. However, Rwanda was put under total lockdown on March 21st thus leading to the suspension of all activities.  FOLLOW LINK TO DONATE TO…

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Rwanda Premier League top clubs stop paying players

Due to the coronavirus crisis, top member clubs in the Rwanda Premier League have suspended their contracts with their players. This means that they will not be paid starting from the month of April this year despite being lockdown. The Covid-19 pandemic has seriously compromised sporting activities across the world, which also left all football operations in Rwanda indefinitely suspended.…

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