The Masaza cup tournament 2021 final will be played on 5th/ March/ 2022 at the St Mary’s stadium in Kitende, this is official.
These new developments were confirmed by the Masaza Cup organizing committee through a letter sent to FUFA on Tuesday this week.
“I bring you greetings from the Kingdom of Buganda. We appreciate the Federation’s Contribution towards the development of football in the kingdom and Uganda in general, reads part of the letter from the Masaza Cup organizing Committee.
“The purpose of this letter therefore is to inform you that Masaza Cup closing match between Buwekula and Buddu is scheduled to take place on 5th March 2022 at the St. Mary’s Stadium Kitende. The closing match match will be officiated by the King of Buganda, His Majesty Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II”Advertisement
This year’s finals will see Buddu take on Buwekula where as Bulemeezi will be up against Mawokota in the third place play off game.
To reach this stage, Buddu eliminated Bulemeezi on Penalties 3-1at the Semi finals held at Njeru last month while Buwekula beat Mawokota 5-3 on penalties as well to reach this far.
Buddu, who lost last year’s final to eventual Champions Gomba will be targeting glory this time round to record their second title having won it in 2016.
For Buwekula, who have never won this Prestigious trophy, they will be targeting their first in this competition when they face off with Buddu next month.
Just as it was in the previous edition, the 2021 Masaza Cup tournament has also been played in a tournament format throughout the group and knock out stages with the games being held at Njeru last month.
Last Year at the same venue in Kitende, Gomba beat Buddu 3-1 to clinch the 2020 Masaza Cup trophy.
2004 – Gomba
2005 – Mawokota
2006 – Kooki 2-2 Bugerere [4-2 pen]
2007 – Mawokota bt Gomba
2008 – Kyaddondo 2-0 Gomba
2009 – Gomba 1-1 Mawogola [5-4 pen]
2010 – not held
2011- Buluuli 2-1 Bulemeezi
2012 – Bulemeezi 1-0 Buweekula
2013 – Mawokota 1-0 Ssingo
2014 – Gomba 0-0 Ssingo [[4-3 pen]
2015 – Ssingo 5-0 Buddu
2016 – Buddu 1-1 Gomba [6-5 pen]
2017 – Gomba 1-0 Ssingo
2018 – Ssingo 1-1 Buddu [12-11 pen]
2019 – Busiro 0-1 Bulemeezi
2020 – Gomba 3-1 Buddu