FUFA Big League; Table Standings, Statistics and Top scorers.

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By Edward Tumusiime

The FUFA Big League is the second tier of Ugandan Men Football after the Premier League.

It comprises two groups: the Rwenzori group and Elgon group each made of 8 teams.

Table leaders from each group will be automatically promoted to the Uganda Premier League and the two runners-up from each group will go for playoffs to determine the third team to join the table leaders in the Uganda Premier League.

The last two teams are to be relegated to the third division, and now Paidha Black Angels Sports Club is the first team to be relegated after collecting only 5 points from the 12 games played.

The second round of the 2021 FUFA Big League kicked off on Sunday 16th May 2021 and it will come to an end on Sunday 13th June 2021.

The playoffs will be played on Friday 18th June 2021 then the third place and finals will be played on Sunday 20th June 2021.

Rwenzori Group Table Standings

PosTeampWDLFAGDPts
1.Tooro United FC128311911827
2.Proline FC1272321101123
3.Nyamityobora FC126331814421
4.Luwero United FC124261521-614
5.Ndejje University FC122731313013
6.Water FC123271216-411
7.Kigezi HomeBoyz FC122551219-711
8.Terrazo and Tiles FC122461218-610

Elgon Group Table Standings 

PosTeamPWDLFAGDPts
1.Arua Hill SC127502171426
2.Gaddafi FC127231711623
3.Blacks Power FC12633149521
4.Kataka FC125341419-518
5.Maroons FC124261413114
6.Mbale Heroes FC12345812-413
7.Calvary FC12417613-713
RPaidha Black Angels SC12129622-165

Top Scorers Elgon Group

1. Michael Siwu (Blacks FC) 8 goals

2. Fred Amaku (Maroons FC) 7 goals

3. Alfred Leku (Arua Hill SC) 5 goals

4. James Otim (Gaddafi FC) 5 goals

5. Innocent Maduka (Blacks Power FC) 4 goals

6. Caesar Okhuti (Arua Hill SC) 4 goals

7. Allan Mugalu (Arua Hill SC) 4 goals

8. Ibrahim Kibumba (Mbale Heroes FC) 4 goals.

Rwenzori group Top Scorers

1. Clinton Kamugisha (Nyamityobora FC) 10 goals

2. Marvin Oshaba (Tooro United FC) 8 goals

3. Henry Musisi (Luweero United FC) 7 goals

4. Brian Ssali (Ndejje University FC) 5 goals

5. Gerald Kimuli (Nyamityobora FC) 4 goals

6. Hamis Kizza (Proline FC) 4 goals

7. Ivan Ocholit (Proline FC) 4 goals.

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