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25/9/13 – Elites agree partnership with Kampala Juniors!

NCF Elites are pleased & excited to announce today that we have agreed an overseas partnership with Kampala Juniors.

 

 

 

Kampala Junior Team (KJT), is a football club in Uganda. It is popularly referred to by its faithful as ‘The Super Bullets’ and was founded in February 2003. It was founded by Kabugo Mansoor. Since then we have constantly identified and developed talents among young people. Club legend Kabugo Mansoor, owner of the idea, was the main architect of the team’s foundation.

KJT is participating in the FUFA regional league under Kampala District. The regional league is one league away to the National Super league.

Kampala Junior Team is the parent Club of the whole soccer academy and it has two sons thus KJT II & KJT LIONS. Both of these teams play in the First Division League of Uganda under Kampala region all conducted by the Federation of Uganda Football Association.

 

KJT has built a reputation for producing outstanding young players and providing some of the most unique football opportunities to young players in Africa. In 20013 their U16s boys and U18s boys won both the Gothia Youth World Cup and the Dana Cup in Norway. This is a fantastic achievement by the Club.

 

NCF Elites are delighted to be associated with a Club doing such great work, Nick Cook said ‘I am delighted to of agreed a partnership with KJT. Mr Mansoor Director of the Club has a great vision and a determination to keep developing the Club and constantly pushing it forward. This is a very exciting new partnership for the Elites and we look forward in welcoming KJT over to London in 2014.’

We look forward to developing our relationship further with KJT over the coming years!

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