|Association||Federation of Uganda Football Associations|
|Sub-confederation||CECAFA (East & Central Africa)|
|Head coach||Milutin Sredojević|
|Most caps||Godfrey Walusimbi (105)|
|Top scorer||Emmanuel Okwi (26)|
|Home stadium||Mandela National Stadium|
|Current||84 (12 August 2021)|
|Highest||62 (January 2016)|
|Lowest||152 (July 2002)|
| Kenya 1–1 Uganda |
(Nairobi, Kenya; 1 May 1926)
| Uganda 13–1 Kenya |
(Uganda; unknown date 1932)
| Egypt 6–0 Uganda |
(Alexandria, Egypt; 30 July 1995)
Tunisia 6–0 Uganda
(Tunis, Tunisia; 28 February 1999)
|Africa Cup of Nations|
|Appearances||7 (first in 1962 )|
|Best result||Runners-up, 1978|
The Uganda national football team (nicknamed The Cranes), represents Uganda in men's international football and is controlled by the Federation of Uganda Football Associations, which is a part of CAF. Their best finish in the Africa Cup of Nations was second in 1978.
|FIFA World Cup record||FIFA World Cup Qualification record|
|1930 to 1974||Did not enter||Did not enter|
|1978||Did not qualify||2||1||0||1||3||4|
|1986||Did not qualify||2||1||0||1||1||3|
|1994||Withdrew during qualifying||Withdrew during qualifying|
|1998||Did not qualify||2||0||0||2||1||5|
|2022||To be determined||To be determined|
Africa Cup of Nations record
African Nations Championship record
Gossage Cup / CECAFA Cup
Win Draw Loss
The following is a list of match results in the last 12 months, as well as any future matches that have been scheduled.
|12 November 2021 AFCONQ||Uganda||1–0||South Sudan||Entebbe, Uganda|
|16:00 UTC±0||Report||Stadium: St. Mary's Stadium-Kitende |
Referee: Messie Nkounkou (DR Congo)
|18 January 2020 CHAN||Rwanda||0–0||Uganda||Douala, Cameroon|
|22:00 UTC±0||Stadium: Stade de la Réunification |
Referee: Beida Dahane (Mauritania)
|22 January 2020 CHAN||Uganda||1–2||Togo||Douala, Cameroon|
|22:00 UTC±0||Stadium: Stade de la Réunification |
Referee: Georges Gatogato (Burundi)
|26 January 2020 CHAN||Uganda||2–5||Morocco||Douala, Cameroon|
|22:00 UTC±0||Stadium: Stade de la Réunification |
Referee: Boubou Traore (Mali)
|24 March 2021 AFCONQ||Uganda||0–0||Burkina Faso||Entebbe, Uganda|
|16:00 UTC+3||Report||Stadium: St. Mary's Stadium-Kitende |
Referee: Bakary Gassama (Gambia)
|29 March 2021 AFCONQ||Malawi||1–0||Uganda||Lilongwe, Malawi|
|15:00 UTC+2||Report||Stadium: Bingu National Stadium |
Referee: Celso Alvação (Mozambique)
|10 June Friendly||South Africa||3–2||Uganda||Johannesburg, South Africa|
|18:00 UTC+2||Report||Stadium: Orlando Stadium |
Referee: Audrick Nkole (Zambia)
|2 September 2022 World Cup qualification||Kenya||0 - 0||Uganda||Nairobi, Kenya|
|Stadium: Nyayo National Stadium|
Completely updated and corrected per the cited source on 4 July 2017
This section needs to be updated.(January 2021)
|No.||Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club|
|1||GK||Mathias Kigonya||2 February 1996||5||0||Forest Rangers|
|18||GK||Charles Lukwago||24 November 1992||17||0||Kampala Capital City Authority|
|19||GK||Ismail Watenga||15 May 1995||22||0||Chippa United|
|3||DF||Aziz Kayondo||6 October 2002||3||0||Vipers|
|4||DF||Murushid Juuko||14 April 1994||43||1||Express|
|14||DF||Innocent Wafula||1 April 1996||1||0||Mbarara City|
|15||DF||Halid Lwaliwa||22 August 1996||12||1||Vipers|
|16||DF||Enock Walusimbi||12 November 1998||2||0||Express|
|21||DF||Mustafa Kizza||3 October 1999||16||4||CF Montréal|
|6||MF||Taddeo Lwanga||21 May 1994||22||1||Simba|
|8||MF||Shafiq Kagimu||28 May 1998||17||0||URA|
|11||MF||Isma Mugulusi||10 October 2003||1||0||Busoga United|
|21||MF||Bobosi Byaruhanga||3 December 2001||1||0||Vipers|
|23||MF||Moses Waiswa||20 April 1997||17||1||SuperSport United|
|25||MF||Steven Sserwadda||28 August 2002||0||0||Kampala Capital City Authority|
|7||FW||Emmanuel Okwi||25 December 1992||86||26||Al-Ittihad|
|9||FW||Steven Mukwala||15 July 1999||2||0||URA|
|11||FW||Ibrahim Orit||28 July 1998||6||2||Vipers|
The following players have been called up for Uganda in the last 12 months.
|Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club||Latest call-up|
|GK||Denis Onyango||15 May 1985||82||0||Mamelodi Sundowns||vs. Malawi , 29 March 2021RET|
|GK||Jamal Salim||27 May 1995||6||0||Al-Hilal||vs. Malawi , 29 March 2021|
|DF||Paul Willa||4 September 1999||14||0||Vipers||vs. South Africa , 10 June 2021|
|DF||Paul Mbowa||11 November 1997||4||0||URA||vs. South Africa , 10 June 2021|
|DF||Gavin Kizito||14 January 2002||0||0||Unknown||vs. Malawi , 29 March 2021|
|DF||Ronald Mukiibi||16 September 1991||4||0||Östersunds||vs. Malawi , 29 March 2021|
|DF||Joseph Ochaya||14 December 1993||57||2||Mazembe||vs. Malawi , 29 March 2021|
|DF||Nicholas Wadada||27 July 1994||61||1||Azam||vs. Malawi , 29 March 2021|
|MF||Micheal Azira||22 August 1987||15||0||New Mexico United||vs. Malawi , 29 March 2021RET|
|MF||Luwagga Kizito||20 December 1993||46||1||Hapoel Kfar Saba||vs. Malawi , 29 March 2021|
|MF||Farouk Miya||26 November 1997||68||22||Konyaspor||vs. Malawi , 29 March 2021|
|FW||Lumala Abdu||21 July 1997||10||1||Pyramids||vs. South Africa , 10 June 2021|
|FW||Allan Okello||4 June 2000||15||3||Paradou||vs. South Africa , 10 June 2021|
|FW||Daniel Isiagi||19 December 1995||2||0||Uganda Revenue Authority||vs. Malawi , 29 March 2021|
|FW||Yunus Sentamu||13 August 1994||21||4||Tirana||vs. Malawi , 29 March 2021|
DEC Player refused to join the team after the call-up.
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