|Union||Uganda Rugby Football Union|
|Captain(s)||Micheal okorach Vice captain =Philip Wokorach|
|Top scorer||Philip Wokorach|
|The loss to Fiji at the 2018 commonwealth games|
|World Cup Sevens|
The Uganda national rugby sevens team is a minor national sevens side. One of Uganda's biggest accomplishments has been to win a berth at the 2016 Dubai Sevens, the first leg of the 2016-17 World Rugby Sevens Series. Uganda won this berth by winning the 2016 Africa Cup Sevens.The following year, they qualified to the 2018 Rugby World Cup Sevens by winning the 2017 Africa Cup Sevens, marking their first ever World Cup appearance.
|Rugby World Cup Sevens Record|
|1993||Did Not Enter|
|2001||Did Not Qualify|
|2013||Did Not Enter|
Uganda’s only World Cup Sevens appearance came in 2018, when Uganda defeated Zimbabwe and Uruguay to finish in 19th place.
|Commonwealth Games record|
|1998||Did Not Enter|
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