KCCA edge Paidha Black Angels to lift 2017 Uganda Cup trophy


2017 Uganda Cup final

  • Paidha Black Angels 0-2 KCCA

KCCA players and officials celebrate their Uganda Cup success

KCCA Football Club defeated Paidha Black Angels 2-0 in the 43rd Uganda Cup final at the Green Light stadium in Arua on Thursday.

This was their 9th title, one short of Express who have claimed 10 crowns since 1971.

KCCA also claimed their first domestic double in the rich history of the club founded in 1963.

Geoffrey Sserunkuma, scorer of the lone goal for Uganda Cranes five days ago was again on target for KCCA, scoring the first in the 10th minute.

Tournament top scorer Derrick Nsibambi, scorer of a hat-trick against Lungunjja Galaxy in their round of 32 tie netted home the second in the 56th minute to cement his golden boot.

Former FIFA Assistant Referee Samuel Kayondo officially retired from active refereeing and had a lap of honour for his meticulous journey down the road.

KCCA’s road to victory

  • Round of 64: KCCA 6-1 Koboko Rising Stars
  • Round of 32: Lungujja Galaxy 0-6 KCCA
  • Round of 16: Kataka 1-5 KCCA
  • Quarter-finals: Police 0-1 KCCA (After Extra time)
  • Semi-finals: Sadolin Paints 2-3 Paidha Black Angels (Aggregate score after 2 games)
  • Final: Paidha Black Angels 0-2 KCCA

Awards:

  • FUFA Presidential award: Jenifer Musisi Ssemakula
  • Fair Play award: Paidha Black Angels
  • Best Referee: Ali Muhabi
  • Best coach: Mike Hilary Mutebi (KCCA)
  • Best goalkeeper: Emmanuel Lubangkene (Paidha Black Angels)
  • MVP: Lawrence Bukenya (KCCA)
  • Top Scorer: Derrick Nsibambi (KCCA) – 8 Goals
  • Best Print: Daily Monitor
  • Best Television: Bukedde T.V
  • Best Radio: Radio Pacis
  • Best Online: Kawowo Sports

Uganda Cup (formerly Kakungulu Cup) Winners since 1971:

  • 1971 –Coffee F.C
  • 1972-1975-Not Held
  • 1976– Gangama F.C
  • 1977– Simba F.C
  • 1978 – Nsambya F.C
  • 1979 – KCC F.C
  • 1980 – KCC F.C
  • 1981 – Coffee F.C
  • 1982 – KCC F.C
  • 1983 – SC Villa
  • 1984 – KCC F.C
  • 1985 – Express F.C
  • 1986 – SC Villa
  • 1987 – KCC F.C
  • 1988 – SC Villa
  • 1989 – SC Villa
  • 1990 – KCC F.C
  • 1991 – Express F.C
  • 1992 – Express F.C
  • 1993 – KCC F.C
  • 1994 – Express F.C
  • 1995 – Express F.C
  • 1996 – UEB S.C
  • 1997 – Express F.C
  • 1998 – SC Villa
  • 1999 – Mbale Heroes S.C
  • 2000 – SC Villa
  • 2001 – Express F.C
  • 2002 – SC Villa
  • 2003 – Express F.C
  • 2004 – KCC F.C
  • 2005 – URA F.C
  • 2006 – Express F.C
  • 2007 – Express F.C
  • 2007/8 – Victors S.C
  • 2008/9 – SC Villa
  • 2009/10 – Victors S.C
  • 2010/11 – Simba S.C
  • 2011/12 – URA F.C
  • 2013/2013 – Sports Club Victoria University
  • 2013/2014 – URA F.C
  • 2014/15 – SC Villa
  • 2015/16 – Vipers Sports Club
  • 2016/17 – KCCA F.C