UPL clubs will not return to training until the lockdown is lifted


While many clubs were eager to return on the training fields following the expiration of the initial 14 days of lockdown, more 21 days were added by President Museveni during his State of Nation Address on 14th April 2020

URA FC carrying a training session before lockdown | URA Media

This means no UPL club will resume its training sessions as earlier anticipated for the next 21 days following the presidential directive to halt all sporting activities across the county in a bid to combat the spread of the Coronavirus.

KCCA FC during morning drills at Startimes Stadium | KCCA Media Photo

Several UPL clubs have given their players’ personalized training and workout routines which are being carried out in their respective homes.

Vipers SC training session at St. Mary’s Stadium Kitende | Vipers Media Photo

Both physical and tactical exercises are part of the players’ daily training programs but the squad will not meet in person until the government allows it.

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