The Kigezi Homeboyz football club, which is located in the Kabale District of South Western Uganda, has recently been promoted to the FUFA Big League. This impressive accomplishment was secured in an exciting match against the Buhimba United Saints Football Club from Kikuube District, which Kigezi Homeboyz won with a two-goal margin.
The game in question was the second leg of the FUFA Big League playoffs and took place at the Kigaya Church of Uganda Play Ground. In the first leg, which was held at the Kabale Municipal Play Ground, Kigezi HomeBoyz Football Club narrowly defeated Buhimba United Saints Football Club by a score of 1-0.
Kigezi Homeboyz in the second leg demonstrated their prowess and put on an exceptional performance. They dominated the match, scoring two goals in the first half, with Kaija Sunny finding the back of the net in the 29th minute and Waibi Charles scoring in the 42nd minute. The second half was equally thrilling, with Buhimba United Saints Football Club managing to score a goal through Sharifu in the 86th minute.
Despite Buhimba United Saints Football Club’s admirable efforts, they were unable to overcome the lead established by Kigezi Homeboyz, who ultimately won the match with an aggregate of 3-1 goals.
The promotion to the FUFA Big League is a significant accomplishment for Kigezi Homeboyz football club, and it is a testament to the hard work and dedication of the players, coaching staff, and management team. The club’s fans and supporters were overjoyed at the news and celebrated the victory with great enthusiasm.
The FUFA Big League is the second-highest tier of Ugandan football, offering a platform for teams to showcase their skills and compete against some of the best teams in the country. Kigezi Homeboyz is now ready to make their mark in the league and take on new challenges in the upcoming season.
Kigezi Homeboyz Football Club’s promotion to the FUFA Big League is a remarkable achievement, highlighting the team’s hard work and commitment. The club’s supporters are thrilled with the news and are eagerly anticipating their team’s high-level performance in Ugandan football.