Express FC fans have for years been accused of violence during league games.
Express Football Club will this Friday launch an anti hooliganism campaign at Muteesa II Memorial Stadium in Wankulukuku.
Express FC fans have for years been accused of violence during league games. The motive behind this campaign is to sensitise fans about the importance of haveing a non violent atmosphere during games
At the same gathering, the club executive board as well as the club's advisory council will have a meeting with the fans. Launching of new Equity Express Cards as well as sale of season tickets will also be part of the agenda.
By the look of things, new chairman Kiryowa Kiwanuka is on the mission of revive Express who last season survived relegation to the second division.
Recently, Express FC and Equity Bank entered a sh100m partnership as the appointment of Kiwanuka began to bear fruit.
Kiwanuka or KK as he is popularly known was appointed chairman by the club board for a period of three years.
A prominent city lawyer is also a grandson of the club's founder member Jolly Joe Kiwanuka and a son of former chairman Jimmy Mugambe Kiwanuka.
Kiryowa Kiwanuka took over from Hassan Bulwadda who assumed the chairmanship last season from Florence Nakiwala Kiyingi, who is also Youth and Children Affairs State Minister.