Zamalek of Egypt defeated the 2018 and 2019 trophy-holders 3-2 on aggregate in a quarter-final after losing the second leg 1-0 in Tunis Friday.
The game slated for this Sunday will be played at StarTimes stadium, Lugogo.
The 26-year-old Egyptian, who plays for Liverpool FC in the English Premier League, has now won the award for the second time in a row.
This follows CAF decision to change Interclub competitions schedule effective 2018/19.
A $550,000 (sh1.9bn) cash prize awaits KCCA should they make it to the CAF Champions’ League group stages.
Ugandan side KCCA FC suffer a 4-0 defeat to Tunisian side Club Africain, leading to their exit from the CAF Confederations Cup.
“It has been a long tiring journey but we came here on a mission that we are determined to accomplish."
KCCA are joint-top of Group A with Moroccan side Club Africain on nine points.
KCCA FC brush aside a visiting FUS Rabat side to climb to second after Club Africain go on the beat Rivers United.
KCCA lost 2-1 to Rivers away in Nigeria on Tuesday in the CAF Confederations Cup group stage.
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