Construction begins on Hoima Stadium in Uganda

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PConstruction work on the Hoima Stadium in Uganda has begun ahead of the African Cup of Nations football tournament scheduled for 2027.

Construction is expected to be completed within 18 months, with a deadline of December 2025. The Ministry of Works and Transport, with support from the newly formed Africa Cup of Nations Infrastructure Sub-Committee, will oversee the project.

Uganda is one of the countries that will host the AFCON along with Kenya and Tanzania.

Kenya is building a 60,000-capacity sports complex that will feature state-of-the-art technology, including top-level television broadcast capabilities, VAR and goal-line technology.

The construction of Talanta Stadium is being spearheaded by China Road and Bridge Corporation (CRBC), the same company that built the 472km-long Nairobi-Mombasa Standard Gauge Railway (SGR).

Tanzania, on the other hand, is building a modern world. football Stadium in Arusha.

The stadium is being built by China Railway Construction Engineering Group (CRCEG).

The company has been operating in Arusha for almost 20 years, completing more than 10 major projects during this time.

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