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StarTimes decorates Big League final with prizes

The StarTimes FUFA Big League 2020/2021 season officially ended on 17th August 2021 after a series of football lockdowns due to Covid 19 pandemic. In a colourful football event that was organized by FUFA at the technical centre in Njeru.

Arua Hill Sports Club commonly known as ‘Kongolos’ took the day with a convincing win against Tooro United Football Club. Gaddafi FC against Proline FC was the opening match of the day in the fight for third spot in the StarTimes Uganda Premier League promotion. Arua Hill, Tooro United and Gaddafi FC are the confirmed teams to join SUPL from the second division League in Uganda named the StarTimes FUFA Big League.

Unlike the previous finals, the 2020 /2021 crowning ceremony was decorated with prizes from the official sponsor and FUFA the chief custodian of the game. League Top Scorer, MVP, Best Goal Keeper and Referees walked away with StarTimes Flat Screen and One Million shilling cash prize. Match officials were rewarded with StarTimes Satellite kits on top of FUFA allowances

As StarTimes, we congratulate Arua Hill SC, Tooro United and Gaddafi FC for joining the StarTimes Uganda Premier League. The success of these teams from upcountry areas is one of the indicators that our contribution is touching the teams in the different regions of the country. Said Lule Isma, The Brand and Marketing director StarTimes.

The completion of the 2020 2021 season marks the end of the 3 years out of the 10 years relation between StarTimes and FUFA as far as the Uganda Football league is concerned. The 202/ 2022 season will start on 15th October 2021 under strict COVID 19 guidelines. The games will be televised exclusively on StarTimes on Sanyuka TV Channel and on Mobile Phones via the StarTimes ON APP.

About StarTimes

StarTimes Group is the leading digital television operator in Africa, serving the Continent’s population with subsidiaries in 37 countries.

With 13 million subscribers to its digital platform (DVB) plus an additional 20 million users of its over-the-top (OTT) streaming service.

StarTimes is the official sponsor and Broadcast of Uganda top and second-tier men football league commonly known as StarTimes Uganda Premier League and StarTimes FUFA big league. This partnership between the Uganda football governing body FUFA and StarTimes is expected to last for 10 Football seasons.

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