Sports

Namboole Stadium stands to get roof ahead of AFCON 2027

What you need to know more about

  • The government is planning to add roofs to the stands of Namboole Stadium as part of its refurbishment ahead of the 2027 Africa Cup of Nations.
  • Uganda, Kenya, and Tanzania are set to host the event, and Sports Minister Peter Ogwang emphasizes the need for unity in completing the stadium’s renovation.

The government is planning to add roofs to the stands of Namboole Stadium as part of its refurbishment ahead of the 2027 Africa Cup of Nations. Uganda, Kenya, and Tanzania are set to host the event, and Sports Minister Peter Ogwang emphasizes the need for unity in completing the stadium’s renovation. Recent rain highlighted the importance of covering the stadium to prevent weather disruptions during matches. So far, Shs97 billion has been spent on phase 1 of the renovation, with a focus on providing comfort for spectators. Ogwang stresses that covering the stadium is essential not only for AFCON 2027 but also for improving the overall spectator experience in sports events nationwide. Despite ongoing efforts, the Confederation of African Football Federation has yet to approve the stadium for international matches.

ALSO READ:  Juventus Confirms Immediate Dismissal of Max Allegri

Do you have a story or an opinion to share? Email us on: info@falconposts.com Or follow the Falconposts on or for the latest updates.

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Most Popular

To Top