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Women Football League, Match Day 16 Results

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Women Football League, Match Day 16 Results Sunday, July 14, 2019 AS Kigali WFC 3-0 Inyemera WFC Gakenke WFC 1-0 Rambura WFC ES Mutunda WFC 4-1 AS Kabuye WFC Rugende WFC 0-2 Kamonyi (...)

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CECAFA Kagame Cup 2019: Gor Mahia face Green Eagles, APR FC against AS Maniema in Quarters

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Gor Mahia will face Zambia’s Green Eagles in the second quarter-final match day of the on-going CECAFA Kagame Cup Tournament in Kigali on Wednesday. The Kenyan champions finished on top of Group (...)

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Second Division League: Semi-final Round Matches

Jul 14, 2019 Comments 30, 088 views

Second Division League: Semi-final Round Matches First Leg Fixtures, July 20, 2019 Sorwathe FC vs Gasogi United (Kinihira, 15h30) Heroes FC vs Etoile de l’est FC (Stade Kicukiro, 15h30) (...)

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2019 Peace Cup Draw set for May 22

Posted on May 15 2019

The draw for the 2019 Peace Cup Competition is scheduled to be held on Wednesday, May 22, 2019 at Rwanda Football Federation (FERWAFA) Headquarters in Remera, Kigali City.

Twenty teams will be drawn in an open draw of the first round for the annual Peace Cup Competition.

The confirmed teams include twelve clubs from the Azam Rwanda Premier League namely SC Kiyovu, AS Kigali, Rayon Sports FC, Sunrise FC, Police FC, APR FC, Mukura VS, Bugesera FC, Marines FC, Etincelles FC, Espoir FC, Gicumbi FC and eight clubs from the second division league composed of Hope FC, Etoile de l’est, Interforce FC, Gasogi Utd, Unity Sports Club, Vision FC, Intare FC and Rwamagana City FC.

Rwanda is represented by two teams in CAF competitions; with the league champions playing the Champions League, while Peace Cup winners feature in the Confederation Cup.

In women football league, nine clubs namely ES Mutunda WFC, Inyemera WFC, Rugende WFC, Bugesera WFC, Kamonyi WFC, AS Kabuye, AS Kigali, Gakenke WFC and Scandinavia WFC will take part in the first edition of the Women Peace Cup with participating teams set to be drawn in three groups with each comprising of three teams each.

The top three teams leading the first division women football league by the time of the draw will heads of the three groups in the women category.

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