Police FC (Uganda)

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Police FC
Full name Police Football Club
Ground Mandela National Stadium
Jinja, Uganda
Ground Capacity 40,202
Manager Sam Timbe
League Ugandan Premier League
2014–15 6th

Police FC is a football club from Jinja in Uganda.

They have won their first Ugandan league title in 2005 and the CECAFA Clubs Cup in 2006.[1] Their coach Sam Timbe clinched his second successive CECAFA trophy, after winning the same title with SC Villa in 2005. Police was spurred on in the early years by Dennis Obua as a player and later as coach. During Obua's years, he managed to stage youthful players who have blossomed into really great talent. When Obua became the Federation of Uganda Football Association president, he hired Steven Mulinde to step in his shoes. Police saw tremendous growth and lately has been involved in several international ties. They play at 1,000 capacity Police stadium.



Performance in CAF competitions[edit]

2006 – Preliminary Round
2003 – First Round

Current squad[edit]

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

No. Position Player
- Uganda GK Ben Lwanga
- Uganda DF George Lutalo
- Uganda DF Simon Massa
- Uganda MF Siraje Lwere
- Uganda MF Dan Mubiru
- Uganda FW Kato Edward
- Uganda FW Paul Kabyomere
No. Position Player
- Uganda FW Henry Kazooka
- Uganda FW Jimmy Kidega
- Uganda FW Robert Kimuli
- Uganda FW Juma Lubega
- Uganda FW Daniel Walusimbi
- Uganda FW Sula Walusimbi
- Uganda FW Sula Lwanga

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Stokkermans, Karel. "Kagame Inter-Club Cup 2006". RSSSF.com. Retrieved 5 April 2015.