After a three-week break, the StarTimes Uganda Premier League resumed last evening with record champions, Sports Club Villa defeating Maroons 2-1 at Mutesa 2 Stadium, Wankulukuku. The Joogos came from a goal down to win, thanks to Patrick Jonah Kakande’s brace.
Meanwhile, the closure of the January transfer window has injected fresh talent into the league, adding an extra layer of excitement to the already intense top-of-the-table competition. BUL FC, Vipers SC, and Kitara FC have solidified their positions in the top three through a neck-and-neck battle, leaving fans eagerly speculating on who will emerge as the ultimate CHAMPION.
Isma Lule, the Marketing Director at StarTimes, assures fans of an enhanced viewing experience in the second round.
“We promise a better viewing experience as Sanyuka Prime, the flagship channel for StarTimes UPL, broadcasts the games in HD quality for those on satellite decoders. Other games will be airing on FUFA TV,” he announces.
Lule also highlights the evolving trend of night fixtures, emphasizing that it not only evokes nostalgic memories but also caters to the working class, making it easier for them to follow the league.
Opening TV Games This Week:
StarTimes UPL matches are exclusively available on the StarTimes platforms, specifically on Sanyuka Prime and FUFA TV on Copa/Special and Nova Bouquet, respectively. Whether StarTimes subscribers or not, fans can catch the games live on their smartphones through the StarTimes ON App.
The app, catering to both Android and IOS users, is easily accessible on the Google Play Store and the App Store, providing an unprecedented level of convenience for football enthusiasts to enjoy the action anytime, anywhere.