Stanbic Uganda Cup
*BUL FC vs SC Villa
*Express FC vs Lugazi FC
*Pajule Lions vs Police
*Junior Eagles vs Onduparaka
*Bunyaruguru Utd vs UPDF
*Kitara FC vs Uganda Pentecostal University
*Kiyinda Boys vs Kigezi HomeBoyz
*BlacksPower vs Wakiso Giants
*Gorilla Highlands/Kataka vs KCCA FC
*Ndejje University vs Blue Star
*Kisugu Utd vs Paidha Black Angels
*Jinja North vs Vipers
*Adjumani TC vs Elite FC/Arua Hill
*Mbale Heroes vs Soltilo Bright Stars
*Mbarara City Vs Admin
*Calvary Vs JLOS
Defending Champions BUL FC have landed 9-time winners SC Villa at the Round of 32 of the Stanbic Uganda Cup.
The draws were held on Friday at FUFA House in Mengo with ties scheduled to be played on February 11-20, 2023.
BUL reached this stage after knocking out Sparks, with Hilary Onek scoring the only goal of the game, in a game played at Kirondo Playgrounds in Mukono.
SC Villa on the other hand, eliminated Kampala Regional League side Kireka United with a 6-0 Kings Park in Bweyogerere.
Hassan Musana scored a brace, Charles Bbaale, Edward Masembe and an own goal sealed business for the Jogoos.
Black Power will welcome Wakiso Giants in the other all-UPL tie.
Vipers have been handed an away trip against Big League side Jinja North United while Express will welcome Lugazi FC at Wankulukuku.
JLOs (Kitgum) progressed to the round of 32 after their opponents Busoga United failed to show up, claiming an accident en route.
There are still two pending cases for Round of 64 matches Adjumani Vs Gorilla Highlanders, and Elite Vs Arua Hill, which the home teams had won initially.
Kataka is protesting Gorilla used unlicensed players Imurora Sotia and Patrick Nduwayeza, in the game the hosts won 2-0.
Arua Hill petitioned FUFA claiming that Elite used double-licensed player in Edmund Ogwang who is also in the books of Tawaii. Elite won the game in shootouts.
Each team at this stage is guaranteed of at least Sh2m at the round of 32 as Prize money.
Most Uganda Cup Titles
10 – KCCA, Express
9 – SC Villa
2 – Simba, Coffee, Mbale, Victors, Vipers
1 – UEB, Nsambya Old Tymers, Victoria University, Proline, BUL