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2019 Afcon Qualifiers

Uganda Cranes ready to crush Malawi

Malawi currently tops the group after beating South Sudan in their opening game.

Security in Kampala tight ahead of AFCON...

The Police called for heightened security measures on the part of security agencies, football lovers as well as owners of premises where these matches...

Museveni sends message to Uganda Cranes

He congratulated the Uganda Cranes for posting good results during the qualifying round where they topped Group L with 13 points, winning four games and...

Full Bulletin: Stiff road for Ugandan footballers...

Uganda cranes qualification for the African cup of nation makes it the 7th time out of the 32 years the tournament has taken place. Let us trace the roots....

Cranes AFCON 2019 campaign: 'We are Uganda...

To take part in the promotion, one is required to buy a Nile Special, check under the crown and SMS the code that they find there to 8008

Tanzania join Uganda in 2019 AFCON finals...

The Taifa Stars produce a convincing performance to hit three past The Uganda Cranes in Dar es Salaam to book a place in the Nations Cup finals.

Five Africa Cup of Nations facts

Tunisia are only team boasting a 100 percent record having beaten Egypt 1-0, eSwatini (formerly Swaziland) 2-0 and Niger 1-0 and 2-1 in Group J.

Uganda beat S.Sudan in AFCON U23 qualifiers...

The Kobs who had failed to penetrate South Sudan in the final won it late through Mustafa Kizza penalty spot in the added minutes

2019 AFCON: Cranes land in Lesotho, set for...

Uganda and Lesotho face off on Tuesday in the return leg of their Group L 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualification.

Cameroon insists it will be ready to host...

Cameroon's hosting of African football's showpiece event has been in jeopardy for months since the decision to increase the tournament from 16 to 24 teams....

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