To accommodate the ever growing number of Woodball players in the country. Read More
Circuit competitions comprise of two categories; corporate and beach Woodball circuits. Read More
The League is designed in four outings a year, teams compete in various categories for final ranking. Read More
We assemble teams to participate at international events such as open championships, Read More
We are bidding farewell to a man who has made tremendous contribution to the development of Woodball in this country. He was central in the success of the Beach Woodball World cup at Entebbe. Read More
On behalf of UWbF, I regret to announce that Ming-Hui Weng, the inventor of Woodball sport passed away peacefully on Thursday February 11, 2021 shortly after his 77th birthday. Read More
UWbF is one of the youngest in the country with just 12 years. We have so far registered massive successes as a federation we have; hosted national competitions at junior and senior levels, represented the country at regional, continental, and international stage.
In the interest of better performance at all levels UWbF seeks to establish a permanent home. The new home will further grow and develop the sport not only in Uganda but also on the African continent. Uganda is the only country in Africa that is mandated to manufacture woodball equipment and is also tasked to grow the sport on the continent.
According to the UWbF president Mark Kayongo, the federation requires about 5-7 acres of land not only to construct a standard woodball course but also a proposed woodball complex housing woodball offices, a clubhouse, accommodation facilities, conference hall, and the factory. He says the over sh3b project will be carried out in phases because it will involve the construction of a standard woodball course, factory, clubhouse, and other facilities, but we planning to start with the factory in the first phase.