Asubo Gafford Ladies and She Mak (Makerere University) will play in the FUFA Women Super League next season.
The sides have finished top of their respective groups in the Elite League.
Gafford have topped Victoria Group with 23 points, five ahead of Bunyarugaru Girls, to earn direct promotion.
She Mak finished atop of Elizabeth group with 30 points, also five ahead of Wakiso Hills who still have a game in hand.
The 2021/22 FUFA Women Elite League kick started on Saturday 12th March.The teams were dipped into two groups that is Elizabeth (7 teams) and Victoria (6 teams). The promotion criteria was that the top team from each group at the end of the season qualifies to the FUFA Women Super league.
Gafford beat Ajax Queens 2-0 on last day of the season, thanks to goals from Patricia Aturinda and Jennifer Mirembe.
They ended the season with 7 wins, 2 draws and 1 loss having scored 18 goals and conceded 6.
She Mak on the other hand beat Dynamic Jjeza 3-1 with Sharon Namatovu scoring a brace while Winnie Babirye added the other goal.
She Mak finishes the season unbeaten, with 9 wins and 3 loss from 12 games. They scored 30 and conceded 6.
She Mak and Gafford replace She Maroons and Tooro Queens who were relegated from the FUFA Women Super League last season.
Ajax Queens finished bottom of Victoria group with 3 points while Lango Queens are rock bottom of Elizabeth group with 4 points, and have both been relegated to Women Regional League.
Lango Queens face Ehcos who still have a game against Kataka She, while Wakiso Hills meet Acholi Queens in the pending fixtures in the Elizabeth Group. But all the three games will have no bearing on the table.