Mengo Futsal Club will aspire to be a benchmark brand on-and-off the pitch as they look to clinch the 2021 Futsal Super League trophy.
We caught up with the club hierarchy as a pre-hindsight to the side’s return of futsal action.
Growing and developing the club brand through marketing and brand exposure, growiing the fan base and making the brand a pillar of the Mengo community.
Giving and displaying the young talents of Mengo a chance to expose their quality and show the nation what they have and helping them grow with the sport and the 11 aside sport.
Improvements made in the squad.
Bringing in more sporting players who have tried the sport at bigger level for example Mugisha Roger who was previously playing for Uganda Cranes Under 20. Growing and maintaining a younger age group of players between 17 and 23 years.
Likely effects of these changes on performance.
Improving the quality of play and style of play of the team, with the beauty and style of play, it will attract more fans to the club, provide a winning streak that will help on increasing good brand exposure that might attract sponsors
Likely Title contenders.
Mengo and Kisenyi are favorites, however the competition will be tight and might be an 8 horse race. All clubs have immensley prepared. We shall respect all but fear none
About the return of futsal.
It’s really exciting for both players and fans and its going to become a weekend plot for all the fans.
The Stomers will be captained by Najib Muwonge who also plays for St. Lawrence University in the Inter University games and coached by Ismail Bruhan widely known as “Big Daddy” who earlier, has been coaching KSPG and Mengo city.