Results

Uganda Division 2 12/08 13:00 - Luweero United v Uganda Police FC D 0-0
Uganda Division 2 11/30 13:00 - Uganda Police FC v Kitara FC - View
Uganda Division 2 11/24 13:00 - Mbarara City v Uganda Police FC D 1-1
Uganda Division 2 11/17 14:00 - Uganda Police FC v Ndejje University D 1-1
Uganda Division 2 11/10 11:00 - Uganda Police FC v Kyetume FC W 1-0
Uganda Division 2 11/03 13:00 - Calvary FC Midigo v Uganda Police FC D 1-1
Uganda Division 2 10/27 13:00 - Uganda Police FC v Kataka FC W 1-0
Uganda Division 2 10/20 13:00 - NEC FC Bugolobi v Uganda Police FC L 2-0
Uganda Division 2 10/13 13:00 - Uganda Police FC v Lugazi Municipal FC W 1-0
Uganda Premier League 05/21 13:00 30 Vipers SC v Uganda Police FC L 5-0
Uganda Premier League 05/14 13:00 29 Uganda Police FC v BUL FC L 2-5
Uganda Premier League 05/07 13:00 28 Wakiso United v Uganda Police FC W 1-3

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 31 16 15
Wins 10 7 3
Draws 11 5 6
Losses 10 4 6
Goals for 35 23 12
Goals against 41 19 22
Clean sheets 11 7 4
Failed to score 11 4 7

Wikipedia - Police FC (Uganda)

Police FC is a football club from Kampala in Uganda.

History

They have won their first Ugandan league title in 2005 and the CECAFA Clubs Cup in 2006. Police was spurred on in the early years by Dennis Obua as a player and later as coach. During Obua's years, he managed to stage youthful players who have blossomed into really great talent. When Obua became the Federation of Uganda Football Association president, he hired Steven Mulinde to step in his shoes. Police saw tremendous growth and lately has been involved in several international ties. As of November 2019, the main stadium for Police FC is the Star Times Stadium. Located in the area of Lugogo. On 25 September, Tonny Mawejje was introduced as the captain for Police FC.