Uganda national beach soccer team

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Uganda
Nickname(s) Uganda Sand Cranes
Association Federation of Uganda Football Associations
Confederation CAF (Africa)
Head coachKebba Haruna
Captain Tekkwo Derrick
Most caps 3
Home stadiumEntebbe Sports Beach
FIFA code UGA
First international
Flag of Zanzibar.svg  Zanzibar 5 – 6 Uganda  Flag of Uganda.svg
(Zanzibar, Zanzibar; 7 December 2014)
Biggest win
Flag of Kenya.svg  Kenya 6 – 7 Uganda  Flag of Uganda.svg
(Mombasa, Mombasa ; 1 February 2015)
Flag of Tanzania.svg  Tanzania 6 – 7 Uganda  Flag of Uganda.svg
(Saly, Saly; 24 May 2021)
Biggest defeat
Flag of Ghana.svg  Ghana 12 – 2 Uganda  Flag of Uganda.svg
(Accra, Ghana; 22 March 2015)

The Uganda national beach soccer team represents Uganda in international beach soccer competitions and is controlled by the FUFA, the governing body for football in Uganda. The Uganda national beach soccer team played their first game, in international friendly match, in December 2014, winning 6–5 to Zanzibar Sand Heroes [1] Their second win came in the 2015 February 1 in the next friendly match against Kenya Sand Heroes in Mombasa, in which Uganda won against the hosts 7–6. [2]

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Current squad

Correct as of 2015

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No.Pos.NationPlayer
1 GK Flag of Uganda.svg  UGA Ashadu Bugembe
2 DF Flag of Uganda.svg  UGA Kasujja Davis
3 DF Flag of Uganda.svg  UGA Naturinda Ambrose Sanyu
4 DF Flag of Uganda.svg  UGA Muganga Douglas
5 MF Flag of Uganda.svg  UGA Somoka Rowch Peter
6 MF Flag of Uganda.svg  UGA Revita Jonh
No.Pos.NationPlayer
7 MF Flag of Uganda.svg  UGA Semakula Hamim
10 DF Flag of Uganda.svg  UGA Tekkwo Derrick
9 FW Flag of Uganda.svg  UGA Nkuubi Brian
10 FW Flag of Uganda.svg  UGA Lukooya Baker
18 FW Flag of Uganda.svg  UGA Lwezawula Phillip
11 GK Flag of Uganda.svg  UGA Bunkeddeko Ali

Coach: Kebba Haruna

Current Staff

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