Kagame Cup 2021 Fixture | Ratiba Kombe la kagame

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Kagame Cup Championships 2021 | Mashindano Kombe la kagame
The CECAFA Club Cup is a football club tournament organised by CECAFA. It has been known as the Kagame Interclub Cup since 2002, when Rwanda President Paul Kagame  began sponsoring the competition. It is contested by clubs from East and Central Africa.

 

The Council of East and Central Africa Football Associations (CECAFA) has confirmed that the CECAFA Kagame Cup 2021 will take place August 1-15 in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
Auka Gecheo, the CECAFA Executive Director said the draw for the regional tournament played between the top clubs will be conducted on July 27 th.
 

“This tournament will help our teams in the region prepare for the CAF competitions that start in September. We shall also have a guest team from Malawi to spice up the tournament,” added Gecheo. Uganda will be represented by the KCCA FC, the defending champions and the 2020/2021 Uganda Premier League champions Express FC.
Gecheo confirmed that Malawi Premier League side Big Bullets FC will take part in the tournament.
While Simba SC who reached the quarter final stage of the CAF 2020/2021 TotalEnergies Champions League will miss the regional competition, Young Africans and Azam FC will represent Tanzania.
KCCA FC beat Azam FC to lift the Kagame Cup in 2019. Last year the tournament did not take place after the COVID-19 pandemic affected most sporting activities including football.
 
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Teams confirmed for Kagame Cup 2021

  1. Young Africans SC
  2. Azam FC (Tanzania)
  3. Altabara FC (South Sudan)
  4. Le Messager Ngozi FC (Burundi)
  5. Express FC
  6. KCCA FC (Uganda)
  7. KMKM SC (Zanzibar)
  8. Big Bullets FC (Malawi)

 
Ratiba kagame 2021 Fixture
 
Kundi B
1-Azam FC (Tanzania)
2-KCCA
3-KMKM (Zanzibar)
4-Le Messanger Ngozi FC (Burundi)
Kundi A
1-Yanga SC (Tanzania)
2-Express FC (Uganda)
3-Nyassa Big Bullets (Malawi)
4-Atlabara (South Sudan)
 

 

Ratiba kagame 2021 Fixture
 
RATIBA NUSU FAINALI/ SEMI FINAL FIXTURE
 
10 August 2021
Express FC vs KMKM SC.

 
11 August 2021
Azam FC vs Nyasa Big Bullets.

 
 
 
Sunday 1 August 2021

  1. Yanga vs Big Bullets 1900 Hours – Benjamini Mkapa Stadium

 
Monday 2 August 2021

  • Le Maddager Fc vs KMKM SC 1600 Hours
  1. Messager Ngozi vs KMKM 1830 Hours – Azam Complex
  2. KCCA vs Azam Fc – 1900 Hours – Azam Complex

CECAFA Kagame Cup 2021 Results | Matokeo

Tuesday 3 August 2021- REST
 
Wednesday 4 August 2021

  1. Big Bullets vs Express 1600 Hours – Benjamin Mkapa Stadium
  2. Atlabara Fc vs Yanga 1900 Hours – Benjamini Mkapa Stadium

 
Thursday 5 August 2021

  1. Azam Fc vs Messager Ngozi 1600 Hours – Azam Complex
  2. KMKM vs KCCA 1900 Hours – Azam Complex

 
Friday 6 August 2021 – REST
 
Saturday 7 August 2021

  1. Big Bullets  vs Atlabara 1600 Hours – Azam Complex
  2. Yanga vs Express 1600 Hours – Benjamini Mkapa
  3. Azam Fc vs KMKM 1900 Hours – Azam Complex
  4. KCCA vs Messager Fc 1900 Hours – Benjamini Mkapa

 
Sunday 8 August 2021 – REST
Monday 9 August 2021 – REST
 
SEMI FINALS – NUSU FAINALI
Tuesday 10 August 2021
Wednesday 11 August 2021
10 August 2021
Express FC vs KMKM SC.

 
11 August 2021


Azam FC vs Nyasa Big Bullets.

 

Thursday 12 August 2021 – REST
Friday 12 August 2021 – REST
 
Saturday 14, August 2021
3rd Place – 1600 Hours Benjamin Mkapa
Final Match – 1900 Hours Benjamin Mkapa
 
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OFFICIALS FOR CECAFA KAGAME CUP 2021
Twenty officials who will handle the matches for the fortnight with 7 referees and assistant referees apiece as well as 6 assessors.
Referees:
Kenya has two referees in Anthony Ogwayo and Raymond Onyango. Others are Georges Gatogato (Burundi), South Sudan’s Ring Malong, Hery Ally Sasi (Tanzania), Ali Mfaume (Zanzibar and Uganda’s William Oloya.
Assistant Referees:
The 7 assistant referees are; Willy Habimana (Burundi), Samuel Kuria (Kenya), Iddi Lila Soud (Tanzania), Gassim Mader (South Sudan), Frank Komba (Tanzania), Ronald Katenya (Uganda) and Mohamed Mkono (Tanzania).
 
Assessors:
Tanzania has 3 assessors in Israel Mujuni, Soudi Abdi and Leslie Liunda. The others are; Brian Miiro Nsubuga (Uganda), Slyvester Kirwa (Kenya) and Bernard Mfubusa (Burundi).
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