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Uganda Premier League Trophy will be Remodeled – Magogo

The Federation of Uganda Football Association (FUFA) President Moses Magogo has admitted that the Uganda Premier League trophy is not in a good condition and needs to be redecorated.

This comes after criticism from Football fanatics who took to social media to blast the old fashioned gong.

Vipers retained the title on goal difference after a 5-0 thrashing of Busoga United at the St Mary’s stadium to leapfrog SC Villa to the summit and level on 53 points with KCCA.

During the trophy celebration, Images showed the trophy in a sorry state and this raised alot of mockery from the fans.

During the weekly show on FUFA TV that airs every Thursday, Magogo welcomed the positive criticism of the league trophy and pledged that next season it will have a new look.

“It is a fact the StarTimes UPL trophy is not good,” Magogo admitted.

“As FUFA, we took the feedback about the trophy in good faith. I take responsibility and assure all lovers of the Ugandan game that a revamp is coming.”

In 1968, the National first Division League was founded . It was previously known as the Uganda Super League but changed in 2014/2015 after new management took over.

Prisons FC were the inaugural winners of the league in the 1968/1969 season.

SC Villa are the Record champions with 16 league titles but they last won it in 2004 under Sam Timbe.

Previous winners

1968/1969
Prisons FC (Kampala)

1969
Prisons FC (Kampala)

1970
Coffee United SC (Kakira)

1971
Simba FC (Lugazi)

1974
Express FC (Kampala)

1975 
Express FC (Kampala)

1976
KCC FC (Kampala)

1977
KCC FC (Kampala)

1978
Simba FC (Lugazi)

1979
Uganda Commercial Bank FC (Kampala)

1980
Nile Breweries (Jinja)

1981
KCC FC (Kampala)

1982
SC Villa (Kampala)

1983
KCC FC (Kampala)

1984
SC Villa (Kampala)

1985
KCC FC (Kampala)

1986
SC Villa (Kampala)

1987
SC Villa (Kampala)

1988
SC Villa (Kampala)

1989
SC Villa (Kampala)

1990
SC Villa (Kampala)

1991
KCC FC (Kampala)

1992
SC Villa (Kampala)

1993
Express (Kampala)

1994
SC Villa (Kampala)

1995
Express (Kampala)

1996
Express (Kampala)

1997
KCC FC (Kampala)

1998
SC Villa (Kampala)

1999
SC Villa (Kampala)

2000
SC Villa (Kampala)

2001
SC Villa (Kampala)

2002
SC Villa (Kampala)

2002/2003
SC Villa (Kampala)

2004
SC Villa (Kampala)

2005
Police FC (Jinja)

2006
URA SC (Kampala)

2006/2007
URA SC (Kampala)

2007/2008
KCC FC (Kampala)

2008/2009
URA SC (Kampala)

2009/2010
Bunamwaya SC (Wakiso)

2010/2011
URA SC (Kampala)

2011/2012
Express FC (Kampala)

2012/2013
KCC FC (Kampala)

2013/2014
KCC FC (Kampala)

2014/2015
Vipers SC (Wakiso)

2015/2016
KCCA FC (Kampala)

2016/2017
KCCA FC (Kampala)

2017/2018
Vipers SC (Wakiso)

2018/2019
KCCA FC (Kampala)

2019/2020
Vipers SC (Wakiso)

2020/2022
Express (Kampala)

2021/2022
Vipers SC (Wakiso)

2022/2023
Vipers SC (Wakiso)

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