The Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) has identified 13 teams that will be used for the FIFA analysis of football eco-system.
This is done as one of the federation’s ways to develop talents in the country.
According to FUFA Football Development Director Ali Mwebe, this new FIFA initiative aimed at helping member associations to bridge the gap in top national team performance.
It will give each talented player a chance and reaching its full potential in men and women football competitions.
“For the year 2020, FIFA has set to analyse the global football eco-system with analysis in each of the participating Member Associations,” Ali Mwebe was quoted by Fufa official website.
“The aim is to develop a better global understanding of talent development for boys and girls.”
“To make observations that match the national reality in recent years and to identify critical success factors.”
“Each of the 13 teams that will be engaged online for the above analysis by FIFA through a Belgian Company double pass,” he added.
Vipers and KCCA Junior teams leading the way
There are three leading academies, four girls’ football teams, five boys’ football teams and one football team that combines both boys as well as girls.
The leading academies category has Vipers Junior Team, KCCA Junior Team and Kampala Junior Team.
The teams under Girls Football are Kawempe Muslim Secondary School, Uganda Martyrs High School Rubaga, Taggy High School and Isra Soccer Academy.
In Boys Football; Rays of Grace Junior Academy, Alfa Football Academy and Sparta 09 Football Academy.
Others are Lion Sport Soccer Academy Ntungamo and Kasese Bronken Sports Academy.