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Kings Park to host MTN powered Corporate League

by Nnalubaale Sports
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The 7th outing of the Corporate League will be outside Kampala at Kings Park Arena in Bweyogerere this Sunday.

Club house and stands at Kings Park Arena during construction earlier in the year.

The day will see corporate companies battle for bragging rights in football as they strive to accumulate points.

“We are privileged to see that we are hosting other corporate companies on Sunday. MTN being the number one sponsor of sports in the country, this is also another opportunity for us to partner with Corporate league to promote sports particularly among young kids,” Said MTN manager Julius Lutete who is also the Vice chairman Corporate league.

Away from the big boys and girls playing soccer, kids to parents from the corporate world will have a special treat as they will meet living football legends.

Themed MTN Kids Day Out, Sunday’s outing will see Ex- internationals who also double as qualified coaches such as Sam Ssimbwa, Jackson Mayanja, George Ssemwogerere, and Simon Byaruhanga grace the function and take the kids through football drills.

“We are humbled for this gesture from MTN and in this light, we encourage as many parents to bring along their children in this outing,” Corporate League Chairperson Diana Muttu said.

So far, over 50 kids have registered and the number keeps on growing at every single outing. The Corporate Kids league kick started on 27th March with both girls and boys aged 3-17 years.

“As Corporate League, we have started the project of the Kids League because talent is witnessed from three to eight years and that’s why many world-class players have registered success at an early age, the likes of Pele, Ronaldo and Messi among others,” Dennis Mbidde Ssebugwawo Chairman Board of Directors noted.

In December the Kids league will transit into a Corporate League Junior Academy which will eventually transform into a football club in the longer term.

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