ONLY Nalubaale FC, Victors and Iganga have declared their office premises to FUFA, a requirement for any Super League club to be registered for the 2007/08 season that kicks off on October 20.
FUFA has also rejected the request by institutional clubs like KCC, Maji, Police, Simba and URA to be hosted by their mother bodies.
â€œWe donâ€™t want incidents where we fail to locate a club when our sponsors want to visit them,â€ competitions committee secretary Moses Magogo said during the weekly press conference at Mengo yesterday.
He said that any Super Division clubs that fail to acquire an office before kickoff will be demoted.
The federation is set to inspect the offices alongside home grounds for the eighteen Super League teams.
FUFA wants the offices to have a fixed telephone line, fax, e-mail addresses and at least a staff fully employed.
â€œWe shall not only look at theses facilities but also test them and make sure they are operational,â€ Magogo insisted.
He said that they would punish clubs that fail to adhere to the requirements.
FUFA and GTV on August 3 sealed a five-year deal that will see the pay television sink up to sh8.4b in local football.
The league fixtures are expected to be released today although URA, Villa, Ediofe and Boroboro were yet to submit their home grounds.
Clubs go slow on FUFA requirements