A quick look at the Uganda Cup formerly Kakungulu cup, history and winners since 1971.

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By Edward Tumusiime

The Uganda Cup was first organised by FUFA in 1971, replacing the Kabaka Cup, inaugurated in 1925 and later renamed Luwangula Cup. Between 1992 and 2010 the Uganda Cup was known as the Kakungulu Cup in honour of a former UFA vice president.

Here are the winners since 1971;

1971 –Coffee S.C   – (2-1 Army FC)

1972-1975- Competition suspended due to rough play

1976- Gangama F.C    – (0-0 Coffee S.C , Gangama FC won 4-2 after penalties)

1977- Simba F.C    -(w/o Nytil FC)

1978 – Nsambya F.C    -(1-0 UCB)

1979 – KCC F.C      -(w/o UCB)

1980 – KCC F.C      -(2-0 Maroons FC)

1981 – Coffee F.C     -(1-1 UCB, Coffe SC won 5-4 after penalties)

1982 – KCC F.C       -(awd Nile, Nile FC walked off in 75 minutes at 1-0 )

1983 – SC Villa        -(1-0 KCC)

1984 – KCC F.C       -(3-2 Coffee SC)

1985 – Express F.C    -(3-1 KCC FC)

1986 – SC Villa        -(2-0 Tobacco )

1987 – KCC F.C        -(1-0 SC Villa)

1988 – SC Villa         -(3-1 Express FC)

1989 – SC Villa         -(4-2 Express FC)

1990 – KCC F.C        -(3-0 SC Villa)

1991 – Express F.C    -(4-1 Nile)

1992 – Express F.C     -(1-0 Nile)

1993 – KCC F.C         -( 2-1 Dairy Heroes)

1994 – Express F.C     -(0-0 KCC, Express FC won 4-3 after penalties)

1995 – Express F.C      -(2-0 Posta , Express FC won after extra time)

1996 – UEB S.C          -(1-0 Nile)

1997 – Express F.C      -(4-1 UEB)

1998 – SC Villa            -(2-0 Simba)

1999 – Dairy Heroes S.C   -(0-0 Lyantonde FC, Dairy Heroes won 3-0 on Penalties)

2000 – SC Villa            -(1-0 Military Police)

2001 – Express F.C      -(3-1 SC Villa)

2002 – SC Villa             -(2-1 Express)

2003 – Express F.C        -(3-1 Police)

2004 – KCC F.C             -(1-1 Express , KCC won 3-2 on penalties)

2005 – URA F.C             -(2-1 KCC FC)

2006 – Express F.C         -(2-0 Maji)

2007 – Express F.C          -(0-0 KCC FC, Express won 4-2 on penalties)

2007/8 – Victors S.C        -(1-0 Kinyara)

2008/9 – SC Villa             -(2-1 URA FC)

2009/10 – Victors S.C      -(1-1 Simba, Victors won 5-4 on Penalties)

2010/11 – Simba S.C        -(2-1 URA)

2011/12 – URA F.C          -(1-0 Bunamwaya)

2013/2013 – Sports Club Victoria University     -(1-1 Vipers SC , SCVU won 5-3 on penalties)

2013/2014 – URA F.C           -(2-1 KCC)

2014/15 – SC Villa                 -(3-0 KCC)

2015/16 – Vipers Sports Club  -(3-1Onduparaka)

2016/17 – KCCA FC               -(2-0 Paidha Black Angels)

2017/18 – KCCA FC               -(1-0 Vipers)

2018/19 – Proline FC               -(1-1 Bright stars , Proline won 5-4 after Penalties)

2019/20 – Cancelled because of the COVID-19 Pandemic

Number of wins of the 45 finals, lost finals in brackets

10 [ 7] Kampala Capital City Authority [formerly Kampala City Council]

10 [ 4] Express (Kampala)

 9 [ 3] SC Villa (Kampala) [formerly Nakivubo Villa]

 3 [ 2] Uganda Revenue Authority

 2 [ 3] Simba (Lugazi) [includes Army, renamed Simba in 1975]

 2 [ 2] Coffee SC

 2 [ 1] Dairy Heroes (Mbale) [formerly Gangama United; now Mbale Heroes]

 2 Victors (Jinja) [moved from Kampala to Jinja in 2008]

 1 [ 3] Vipers [includes Bunamwaya] (Wakiso)

 1 [ 1] Uganda Electricity Board (aka Umeme)

 1   Nsambya (Kampala)

 1  Proline (Kampala)  

 1 SC Victoria University 

   [ 4] Nile (Jinja)

   [ 3] Uganda Commercial Bank 

   [ 1] Bright Stars (Mwerewe)

   [ 1] Kinyara Sugar Works FC (Masindi)

   [ 1] Lyantonde

   [ 1] Maji

   [ 1] Maroons

   [ 1] Military Police (Kampala)

   [ 1] Nytil

   [ 1] Ondurapaka FC (Arua)

   [ 1] Paidha Black Angels

   [ 1] Police (Jinja)

   [ 1] Posta 

   [ 1] Tobacco

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