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Football (soccer) is the most popular sport in Uganda, with a rich history dating back to the 1920s.
 The Uganda national football team, known as the “Cranes,” was formed in 1926 and has competed in various international tournaments, including the Africa Cup of Nations and World Cup qualifiers.
The country’s top domestic league is the Uganda Premier League, which was established in 1968.
Ugandan football has produced notable players like Stephen Keshi, Godfrey Kisitu, Joseph Mutyaba, Davis Kamoga, Ibrahim Sekagya, and Geoffrey Massa, among others.
The Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) is the governing body for football in Uganda, responsible for developing and promoting the sport at all levels.

Ugandan soccer has a passionate fan base, and the national team has shown promise in recent years, reaching the Africa Cup of Nations quarterfinals in 2017. Despite challenges, the sport continues to grow and inspire new generations of players and fans.