2016–17 Uganda Super League

The 2016–17 Ugandan Super League was the 50th season of top-flight football in Uganda. The season began on 19 August 2016.[1]Kampala Capital City Authority FC (KCCA) won their second consecutive league title and 12th overall with two weeks to spare.[2]

Ugandan Super League
Season 2016–17
Champions KCCA
Relegated JMC Hippos
Lweza
Sadolin Paints
2018 CAF Champions League KCCA
Matches played 240
Goals scored 515 (2.15 per match)
Top goalscorer Geoffrey Sserunkuma (20)
Biggest home win KCCA 7-0 Onduparaka
(25 February 2017)
Biggest away win
4 matches
Highest scoring SC Villa 5-3 Bright Stars
(15 November 2016)
Longest winning run KCCA (6)
Longest unbeaten run SC Villa (12)
Longest winless run JMC Hippos (30)
Longest losing run JMC Hippos (7)

All statistics correct as of 20 May 2017.

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The league consisted of 16 teams with Kirinya-Jinja SSS FC, Onduparaka FC, and Proline FC being promoted from the 2015-16 FUFA Big League. Maroons FC, SC Victoria University, and Simba FC were relegated after finishing in the bottom three spots in 2015–16.

Team Home city Stadium Capacity 2015-16 season
Bul FC Jinja Kakindu Municipal Stadium 1,000 6th in Ugandan Super League
Bright Stars FC Matugga Champions Stadium 3,000 12th in Ugandan Super League
Express FC Kampala Mutesa II Stadium 20,200 3rd in Ugandan Super League
Jinja Municipal Council Hippos FC Jinja Kakindu Municipal Stadium 1,000 10th in Ugandan Super League
Kirinya-Jinja SSS FC Jinja Kyabazinga Stadium (Bugembe)[3] 3,000 FUFA Big League
Kampala Capital City Authority FC Lugogo Phillip Omondi Stadium 5,600 Ugandan Super League Champions
Lweza FC Kampala Mutesa II Stadium 20,200 13th in Ugandan Super League
Onduparaka FC Arua Green Light Stadium FUFA Big League
Police FC Wakiso Kavumba Recreation Centre 1,000 8th in Ugandan Super League
Proline FC Kampala Lugogo Stadium 3,000 FUFA Big League
SC Villa Kampala Nakivubo Stadium 15,000 4th in Ugandan Super League
Sadolin Paints FC Bugembe Kyabazinga Stadium 3,000 9th in Ugandan Super League
Soana FC Wakiso Kavumba Recreation Centre 1,000 7th in Ugandan Super League
The Saints FC Kampala Mandela National Stadium 45,202 11th in Ugandan Super League
Uganda Revenue Authority SC Lugazi Mehta Stadium 1,000 5th in Ugandan Super League
Vipers SC Kitende St. Mary’s Stadium 20,000 2nd in Ugandan Super League

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