The world cup in September will see history made when Gelareh Nazemi takes to the courts to officiate at the 2021 FIFA Futsal World Cup. However, in another part of the world another woman is making strides in the sport of futsal and that is Rashida Adams in Uganda.
Futsal Association Uganda (FAU) and the Uganda Youth Football Association (UYFA) held stakeholders meeting and agreed on the various activities aimed at developing the game of Futsal.
FAU has utilized the forcefully imposed off-season time due to COVID-19 to undertake a couple of key administrative activities that started off with building a five-year strategic plan that the game shall adopt to benefit from.
Exclusive to Futsal Focus: The Futsal Association Uganda aims to be playing on the international stage within 4 years with its new development strategy.
The Futsal Association Uganda has completed the second phase of its strategic planning process. The multi-phased 3 months process started with an internal data collection endeavor and later on expanded to its stakeholders in the second set.
Nsubuga Emmanuel and Ssenyondo Isaac presented their FIFA Futsal Referee badges by the President of the Federation of Uganda Football Association Moses Hassim
Futsal Focus spoke with Jjunju Hamzah, Chairman of the Futsal Associaton Uganda about the goals of the association for Futsal development. Jjunju explained that the target for 2019 is to admit the Futsal Association Uganda as a full member of the Federation of Uganda Football Associations.
“It would be fantastic if Uganda had a national futsal team, I would be honoured to represent my country on the international stage. I may live in Italy but I have never forgotten my roots. I would also be proud to help my country develop futsal in any way I…
Hamza Jjunju is the Futsal Association Uganda (FAU) President discusses Futsal development in Uganda.