2019 Copa Coca Cola Football Championship (Round of 16 Matches):
Wednesday, 15th May 2019:
- Masaka SS Vs Bulo Parents – Kakindu Stadium
- Buddo SS Vs Uganda Martyrs’ High School, Rubaga – Mighty Arena, Jinja SS
- Royal Giants Vs Nakaseke International – Kakindu Stadium
- Standard High School, Zana Vs Kawempe Royal – Jinja SS
- St Henry’s Kitovu Vs St Johns –Kakindu Stadium
- St Mary’s S.S, Kitende Vs St Kaggwa – Mighty Arena, Jinja S.S
- Jinja S.S Vs St Julian, Gayaza – Kakindu Stadiu
- Jinja Progressive Academy Vs Kibuli – Mighty Arena, Jinja SS
The draws for the 2019 Copa football schools championship were held at Jinja College on Tuesday afternoon.
Inclusive in the draws was Uganda Martyr’s High School, Rubaga who successfully petitioned against Kisozi Seed.
The schools that topped their respective groups were placed in the same pool and drawn to face those that finished as runners up.
JIPRA will face Kibuli, Jinja S.S against St Julian High School, Royal Giants against Nakaseke and Standard High School Zana will play Kawempe Royal.
Meanwhile, the defending champions Buddo take on Uganda Martyr’s Rubaga, St Henry’s Kitovu will play St Johns Mukono, St Mary’s Kitende against St Kaggwa.
Masaka S.S battles Mpigi representatives Bulo Parents.
Only two grounds (Mighty Arena at Jinja S.S and Kakindu Stadium will be used).
Order of matches:
The first two matches will be played concurrently at 9 AM.
Buddo hosts Uganda Martyrs Rubaga at the Mighty Arena. At the same time, Masaka SS will be battling Bulo Parents.
At 11 AM, Standard High School Zana will face Kawempe Royal College, to be staged at Jinja SS’ Mighty Arena.
Royal Giant will face Nakaseke International at Kakindu Stadium.
After lunch (by 2 PM), St Henry’s Kitende takes on St John’s Mukono at Kakindu and St Mary’s Kitende will be playing Bushenyi’s St Kaggwa.
The two last games will be epic. Jinja Progressive Academy entertains Kibuli S.S at Jinja SS.
At the same time, Jinja S.S will be at Kakindu Stadium to face St Julian High School.
All the schools have been urged to respect the time set for the respective kick-offs.
The championship that has lasted for two weeks will climax on Saturday, 18th May 2019 at Kakindu Stadium.