Uganda’s stadium landscape is transforming, with a surge of new and renovated facilities sprouting across the country! The iconic Mandela National Stadium, with its rich history, has been joined by modern venues like the St. Mary’s Stadium and the Mutesa II Wankulukuku Stadium, offering improved amenities and capacities. Ongoing projects, like the Denver Goodwin Stadium and others, promise to further elevate the sports experience in Uganda. These developments not only enhance the country’s sporting infrastructure but also provide hubs for community engagement, entertainment, and national pride. As Uganda’s stadium scene continues to evolve, it’s an exciting time for sports enthusiasts and fans alike!

Fresh 35,000 Seater Artistic impression War Memorial Stadium now Ready
Mandela National Stadium Turf Already Laid
Mandela National Stadium Track Nearing Completion

Mandela National Stadium

Mandela National Stadium, also known as Namboole Stadium, is a iconic symbol of Ugandan sports and culture! Since its inauguration in 1997, it has hosted numerous high-profile events, including international football matches, concerts, and athletics competitions. With a seating capacity of over 45,000, it’s the largest stadium in Uganda, offering an electric atmosphere and stunning views of the surrounding hills. The stadium has undergone renovations, ensuring modern facilities and a world-class experience for athletes and spectators alike. As a proud tribute to Nelson Mandela’s legacy, this stadium continues to inspire unity, sportsmanship, and national pride!

Commissioned, Nakivubo War Memorial Stadium
Commissioned, Nakivubo War Memorial Stadium

Nakivubo War Memorial Stadium

Nakivubo War Memorial Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Kampala, Uganda. It was established in 1926 and renovated in 1954 to commemorate the lives of Ugandans who died in World War II. The stadium was previously used for football matches and was the home venue of SC Villa. It has undergone several renovations and expansions, including the installation of artificial turf and goalposts. The stadium has a seating capacity of around 20,000 people. The stadium is nearing completion and is expected to host sporting events soon.

Aerial View of Nakivubo War Memorial after Completion
Artistic Impression of MTN Omondi Stadium
Current MTN Omondi Stadium

The MTN Omondi Stadium

The MTN Omondi Stadium is the home stadium of the Kampala City Council Authority (KCCA) FC . The stadium is named after Phillip Omondi, a legendary football player and coach in Uganda . The naming rights were acquired by MTN Uganda for a 10-year period . The stadium is currently undergoing renovations, including the installation of new terraces, dressing rooms, offices, entrances and exits, and is expected to be able to accommodate between 15,000 and 25,000 spectators once renovations are complete.

Mutesa II Wankulukuku Stadium is a modern sports facility located in Kampala, Uganda. With a seating capacity of over 20,000, it’s a popular venue for football matches, athletics events, and concerts. The stadium has undergone significant renovations, offering excellent amenities and a thrilling atmosphere for spectators. It’s home to several football clubs, including Buganda Kingdom’s team, and has hosted numerous high-profile events, including international matches and music festivals. The stadium’s name honors the legacy of Kabaka Mutesa II, a revered monarch of the Buganda Kingdom. It’s a symbol of Ugandan sportsmanship, culture, and community spirit!

Mutesa II Wankulukuku Stadium