By Kiyimba Bruno
This Saturday 12th November, Nelson Mandela National Stadium, Namboole, will be a battle ground once again.
Uganda wants to set a record to participate in both the Africa Nations Cup for the first time in more than 30 years and the World Cup for the first time.
After Cranes lost to Zambia in a recent friendly match at the same stadium earlier this week, Coach Micho said that the national team is set to play well and is expecting a win after the tough challenge it got from the Zambians.
With players like Farouk Miya and Joseph Ochaya, Micho thinks he will not have a hard time in winning this game. The game starts at 4pm.
According to the FUFA president, Moses Magogo, the charges are at 25,000/- (Ordinary), VIP (60,000/- Blue seats) and 150,000/- (VVIP- Orange seats).
Tickets have been on market since Wednesday, 9th November 2016 and are at the following selling points: FUFA Shop at FUFA House in Mengo,TOTAL: Bwaise, Kajjansi, Kireka, Arua Park, Bweyogerere, Natete, Kibuli, City Centre (Opposite Uganda House), Nakivubo, SHELL-Capital Kampala road, Kalerwe, Bugolobi, Kibuye, Kabalagala, Kireka,KOBIL-Kawempe, Kasubi ,CITY OIL– Namirembe, Bombo Road, City Tyres 6th Street Industrial Area (Mandela Auto Zone), Nakawa, Kamwokya GAPCO– Ben Kiwanuka street Capital Shoppers- Mukono Hardware World Ntinda Dellah Attractions F18-Kampala Road Boulevard Building Tangosport- Jinja as well as Makubuya’s shop- Jinja.