StarTimes UPL 2023/24 memorable as SC Villa clinch record extending 17th Title

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SC Villa clinched the 2023/24 Uganda Premier league title

David GOMBE

The last match at Philip Omondi Stadium Lugogo was graced by FUFA president Hon Moses Magogo, StarTimes CEO Bruce Aogus and Katikiro of Buganda Peter Mayiga saw SC Villa ended their 20-year national championship drought by claiming the 2023/24 Startimes Uganda Premier title following a 2-0 away victory over NEC at the MTN Omondi Stadium in Lugogo on Saturday evening.

Katikkiro of Buganda Kingdom Charles Peter Mayiga and SC Villa President Omar Mandela

Two second half goals from Charles Lwanga and Hakim Kiwanuka calmed a tense situation for the Jogoos to claim the title on 57 points, one ahead of BUL and Vipers SC.

The latter duo were also victorious on the day with BUL relegating Busoga 3-0 in Njeru and deposed champions Vipers seeing off Mbarara City 4-1.

“I take this opportunity on behalf of StarTimes to congratulate SC Villa, FUFA and Media for the successful season. We a proud to be the official sponsor and broadcaster of Uganda’s prestigious Men football league” Said Bruce Aogus CEO StarTimes

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StarTimes is the official title and broadcast sponsor of Uganda Premier League.

The Pay TV giants acquired the copyright for 10 football season starting 2028/2029 season.

Through her flagship local sports channel, Sanyuka Prime, StarTimes was able to televise a total of 145 league matches live, setting the record in Uganda’s TV games in a single season.

Sanyuka prime is a local television channel exclusive on StarTimes platforms that broadcasts StarTimes UPL, selected Bundesliga matches, trendy movies and other related sports content around the globe. It’s on Channel 251 and 238 on antenna and Satellite decoder respectively.

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