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BKL Winners!

BKL Winners!

Congratulations to SSL Logistics!

Winners of our most recent BKL Season, the team comprised of Lebanese and Ugandans celebrated the end of the most recent BKL Season in June 2015. This makes two league victories back to back for the talented team.

For mo....

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OneWorldPlayProject Donations

OneWorldPlayProject Donations

Donation of 12,000 footballs!

Thanks to a wonderful partnership between OneWorldPlayProject, Chevrolet, the US Embassy and The Kids League, children and organisations all across Uganda are benefi....

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Uniform giveaway at Busega

Uniform giveaway at Busega

Due to the wonderful help of the Weltz family, it was possible for TKL to donate uniforms at Busega! By clicking the link below you can have a look at the photos of that event.Readmore..

The photos of the current KKL season are on Facebook!

The photos of the current KKL season are on Facebook!

Kampala Kids League is back!

The season is held on Saturday mornings at KISU. The programme consists of 6 football sessions, including 2 weeks of training and 4 weeks of competitive matches.

You can check out the photos of this season by clicking one of the links below:

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Coaches complete Scort training

Coaches complete Scort training

Coaches complete SCORT training

Congratulations to Berna Namwenje, Brian Kasasa, Henry Ssentamu and Badru Lamala who completed their SCORT training in the third week of May 2013!

To celebrate the conclusion of their course, they received a certificate signed by the CEO and preside....

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Upcoming Seasons PDF Print E-mail
Written by Country Director   
Tuesday, 14 January 2014 15:06

The next season of our 'main' Kampala Kids League football season, (ages 3-14) begins at the Kampala International School (www.kisu.com) in October

We also have a football league for ages 3-10 beginning at the International School of Uganda (www.isu.ac.ug) on September 4th

We have a new football season for ages 3-14 beginning at Ambrosolli School (www.ambrosolischool.com/) on September 11th!

It's never been easier for you to enroll your children to participate in football leagues across Kampala!

Last Updated on Saturday, 11 July 2015 19:03
 
Welcome PDF Print E-mail

To the OFFICIAL website of The Kids League, Uganda 

Improving children's lives in Africa through Sport!

The Kids League Uganda works towards a world where all young people have the opportunity to improve their lives through access to sports and recreation.

Since 2003, The Kids League has helped around one hundred thousand children from different social, economic and religious backgrounds form friendships and, crucially, learn important health issues including HIV/AIDs awareness.

Amongst The Kids League’s first projects was to help promote peace and reconciliation in Uganda’s northern district of Gulu which was then in the final stages of  the country’s 20 year civil rebel conflict. In 2003, the Lords Resistance Army, comprising mainly child soldiers abducted from their homes, was then still active in the region and by providing integrated team sports leagues for all children, The Kids League helped bring communities together and reconcile and reintegrate the former abductees with their former adversaries.

The Kids League has continued to promote health and education messages to children across northern Uganda. It has brought this experience back to Kampala to turn its former simple sports leagues into ‘sport in development’ initiatives.   Thus it has been able to promote inclusion in sports for girls to help them stay in school by building their pride and athleticism in order that they are better informed to avoid, for example,  teen pregnancy.

The Kids League’s most recent initiative is to help inform families and communities that young people with disabilities can make significant, positive contributions to society. The Kids League partners, APAID, are training coaches in adapted sports and in the process are able to offer team sports designed to showcase their talent, improve esteem and in some cases expose children to a world previously inaccesible.

Some of our future plans

TKL plan to develop more programmes across Uganda to increase opportunities for children to access sports, provide opportunities for those children who are talented to showcase their talent as well as promote inclusion for all children irrespective of gender or ability.

The construction of a Sports Centre to facilitate our activities, offer employment and training opportunities to adults and help to generate income locally is a long term ambition!

The Kids League retains the copyrights for all original materials on this website. Certain application and registration downloads are available in pdf format. No materials shall be reproduced or changed in any form without consent. For copyright clearance, please contact: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Special note regarding the Kampala Kids League and The Kids League logos Both the Kampala Kids League and The Kids League logos are registered trademarks and cannot be reproduced without permission. People who wish to use Kampala Kids and/or The Kids League logos, in any manner, must contact: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 
Jane Goodall Institute PDF Print E-mail
Written by Mark Dudley   
Saturday, 11 July 2015 18:22

The Jane Goodall Institute receives more amazing Futbols!

Thanks to a wonderful partnership between OneWorldPlayProject, Chevrolet, the US Embassy and The Kids League, children and organisations all across Uganda are benefitting from the donation of One World Futbols! The Jane Goodall Institute was the latest recipient of the amazing OneWorldFutbols.

Jane Goodall was on hand to receive the footballs from the Country Director of The Kids League, Mark Dudley.

"These footballs are fabulous and are the best option which we've seen and used to bring people and animals together, using sport." - Jane Goodall

"We welcome the opportunity to work at all levels in development, using sport. The Jane Goodall Institute has been working in the field of conservation for many years and has a proven track record of improving the lives of communities all across the Albertine Rift. We look forward to working them more closely in the coming months." - Mark Dudley

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Last Updated on Saturday, 11 July 2015 19:17