PICTORIAL: Uganda Cranes launch new kit in Cameroon

The Uganda Cranes on Sunday used for the first time their new kits manufactured by Umbro

Tonny Mawejje (2nd left) with colleagues posing for a photo moment before the start of the Sunday training session|Fufa Media.

The Uganda Cranes on Sunday used for the first time their new kits manufactured by Umbro. This was during the team’s first training in Douala, Cameroon ahead of the 2020 Chan finals.

The coaches too look smart in the new kit|Fufa Media.

The Cranes arrived in Douala on Friday evening from Yaounde where they had been taking part in a Pre-Chan Mini Tournament.


The team, which finished top of the four team competition with seven points, went through Aerobics sessions at the Hotel Vallleee Des Princess on Saturday.

“May the Almighty help us keep clean sheets in all matches while wearing this new kit,” the goalkeepers seem to pray|Fufa Media.

And today [Sunday], the players and officials wore the Umbro training kits.

Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) December 2020 announced they had signed a four year partnership with Umbro to provide kits for all the National Teams.

Coach Johnathan Mckinstry and his entire supporting staff|Fufa Media.

Umbro replaces Singaporean company Mafro that has been dressing all national soccer teams since 2018.

According to Wikipedia, Umbro is an English sportswear and football equipment supplier based in Cheadle, near Manchester.

Established in 1920, its products are sold in over 90 countries around the world. Since 2012, the company has been a subsidiary of American company Iconix Brand Group, after being bought by Nike in 2007.

Team manager Geoffrey Massa|Fufa Media.

In Chan, the Cranes are in group C alongside champions Morocco, Rwanda and Togo. Uganda will play against Rwanda on January 18,2021 in their first game.