URA FC continue to tramp from one place to another, seeking for a place to call home. For the third time this season, the Tax Collectors will host games at a different ground.

In a communication released by the club on Friday, Kabaka Kyabaggu Stadium will be the new home ground for URA FC for the reminder of the season.

It shouod be noted that URA FC started the season hosting games at Mehta Stadium in Lugazi but were forced to move after the owners opted to make rennovations.

Recently, they hosted Vipers SC at MTN-Omondi Stadium, a game they lost 2-0.

“The change in venue signifies a fresh chapter for the team, as they gear up to face NEC FC in their inaugural match at the new stadium next Tuesday in the Startimes Uganda Premier League. With a string of crucial fixtures ahead, including clashes against KCCA FC, Busoga United, and Soltilo Bright in the final game of the season, URA FC aims to leverage the energy of their new home to secure pivotal victories.” The statement reads.

Kabaka Kyabaggu Stadium is also home to Wakiso Giants FC.

The development comes after URA FC parting ways with head coach David Obua, his first assistant Peter Byaruhanga Adyeri and fitness coach Kawa.

Rogers Mukasa who has been one of the assistants under Obua will take charge of the team on an interim basis for the reminder of the season.

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