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The 2022 Futsal season kicked off with a buzz for spectators and alot for optics, if goals are anything to go by. No better way to put it. Not to raise questions over who defended how, or who attacked more.

The biggest official Futsal competition, making its grand show on live Television via FUFA Tv for the first time after four previous seasons signaled to be a much more lively edition than any other we have witnessed, regardless whether by design or natural circumstances, we are in for a different showpiece.

IOC Member William Blick inspects teams (Park Fc V Kisenyi) at the opening day of the FSL season

For the first time, the FSL is being played in a two game day format- each team having to play two games a day, of course a factor we would expect to feed into negatively with how teams behave on the pitch and the quality of futsal we are watching, but that wasn’t anywhere close to what Day one presented.

Not to take away how fast it requires newbies to adapt to this kind of game, the four sides that have previously competed in the FSL had less to worry about. Defending champions Park Fc had the toughest of fixtures facing more experienced sides but managed to pick 4 points with a a win against Kisenyi Fc and a goalless draw with Aidenal Sosa- a big positive to take in comparison to how they lost two of their opening games last season.

Another side, Aidenal, picked up from the good momentum they had at the close of the previous season with a spirited point picked from Park and a smooth run over of 7 past ASKA Fc signaling the impact of the quality of preparations they’ve had and the continuity they have in maintaining the spine of the squad they had.

Sulaiman Ssekanyo`s Kisenyi Futsal Club, despite taking in a hard defeat against Park in the first game, managed to pounce their frustrations on Kabowa Dream Team 7-2 in their second outing of the day.

Aidenal forward Kalanzi takes on his men against Alaska

Kampala Junior Team, now participating in their second consecutive FSL season, this time round with a more familiar and experienced Futsal Coach climaxed the day with a double figure score line putting seven past ASKA after sharing points (2-2) with Luzira Thunders who were the generally the most impressive side of the new teams so far.

Other Results.

Talent bridge 2-5 Luzira Fc

Kabowa 3- Talent bridge 5

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