Clash of the Titans as Kawempe face Kampala Queens


The FUFA Women Super League returns on Wednesday afternoon as Kampala Queens host Kawempe Muslim at the MTN Omondi Stadium in Lugogo.

The game is without a doubt touted as the biggest women’s football match currently with Kawempe Muslim being the most decorated side in the game while their counterparts are the reigning champions.

The previous encounters between both sides were more of a one-sided affair until April 2022 when Kampala Queens earned their first ever victory over their illustrious opponents.

Swift Sports takes you through the classic 11 past meetings between the two sides.

Kampala Queens 0-1 Kawempe Muslim
10th Dec 2016

Yudaya Nakayenze’s powerful header was enough to inspire Kawempe to a slim 1-0 win in a FUFA Women Elite League game played at the Villa Park in Nsambya.

Kawempe Muslim 5-2 Kampala Queens
11th April 2017

Another encounter overshadowed by the Mother and Daughter affair ended in Hasifa Nassuna’s favor at the Kawempe Muslim valley ground.

Her mother Annet Nakimbugwe scored two goals for Kampala Queens. Nassuna, Favour Nambatya, Amina Nababi and Joan Nakirya (brace) were on target for Kawempe.

Kampala Queens 1-2 Kawempe Muslim
22nd April 2018

Juliet Nalukenge stole the show as she scored a brace to inspire Kawempe Muslim to a 2-1 win over Farida Bulega’s KQ in the round of 16 of the 2018 FUFA Women’s Cup at Villa Park, Nsambya. Veteran forward Winnie Babirye was on target for the losing side.

Kawempe Muslim 1(5) – 1(4) Kampala Queens
24th May 2018

Kawempe once again emerged victorious after edging Kampala Queens 5-4 in a dramatic penalty shoot out following a 1-1 draw at full-time in the Women Elite League playoff semi final at Lugogo.

Former Kawempe utility player Lillian Akello scored for Kampala Queens but Tracy Jones Akiror found a late equalizer.

Goalkeeper Juliet Adeke saved Winnie Babirye’s penalty to ensure victory. Akiror, Aisha Nantongo, Juliet Nalukenge, Grace Aluka and Brenda Nakayenga scored for Kawempe.

Aisha Namukisa, Damali Matama, Gladys Nakitto and Zaina Namuleme scored for Kampala Queens who bowed out in tears.

Kampala Queens 0-1 Kawempe Muslim
9th Feb 2020

Anita Namata’s second half goal proved the difference as Kawempe won 1-0 despite missing the services of Juliet Nalukenge in the highly anticipated clash at IUIU Kabojja.

Kawempe Muslim 4-0 Kampala Queens
9th Feb 2021

Kawempe posted another masterclass performance against Kampala Queens in the shortened Women Super League season at Njeru.

Margaret Kunihira, Hadija Nandago, Rhoda Nanziri and youngster Allen Nassazi scored the four goals for the Ayub Khalifa and Moses Nkata coached side.

Kampala Queens 0-2 Kawempe Muslim
9th Feb 2022

Kawempe continued their dominance over Kampala Queens with a convincing 2-0 win at Kabojja thanks to a brace by Sharon Nadunga who scored a goal in each half.

Kawempe Muslim 3-4 Kampala Queens
29th April 2022

Kampala Queens finally got their first win over Kawempe from a seven goal thriller at the school valley ground.

Shamira Nalugya (brace), Margaret Kunihira and captain Zaina Namuleme scored for Kampala Queens while Shakira Nyinagahirwa (brace) and Aisha Nantongo were on target for the Valley Warriors.

Kampala Queens 1-0 Kawempe Muslim
13th Nov 2022

Kampala Queens got their second ever win over Kawempe courtesy of Resty Nanziri’s contentious penalty goal in the 16th minute at Kabojja.

Agnes Nabukenya was adjudged by referee Alex Wasswa to have handled the ball in the forbidden area.

Kampala Queens 1-5 Kawempe Muslim
2nd April 2023

Another dominant and scintillating performance from Kawempe saw a 5-1 win over Kampala Queens in the quarter finals of the FUFA Women’s Cup at Kabojja.

Youngsters Phiona Nabbulime, Agnes Nabukenya, Shakira Nyinagahirwa and Allen Nassazi alongside their captain Aisha Nantongo scored for Kawempe. Lukia Namubiru’s 36th minute goal turned out to be a mere consolation.

Kawempe Muslim 1-0 Kampala Queens
27th April 2023

Agnes Nabukenya scored the lone goal of the game as Kawempe Muslim ended Kampala Queens’ long-standing 33-match unbeaten run in the league. The result at the valley ground also denied Kampala Queens a glorious chance to win the league while unbeaten.

Kampala Queens vs Kawempe Muslim
3rd January 2024
Venue: MTN Omondi Stadium, Lugogo
Kick-off: 4pm.

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