St Mary’s Kitende stadium has been put on red alert by CAF amd FIFA licensing committee for failure to fix the problem of floodlights.
Uganda’s national teams both make and female have been using the facility as their home ground and now they risk playing their home games on a neutral ground.
URA FC and Express FC used the same grounds during their CAF engagements.
Mandela national stadium was taken by government and it is used as Center for COVID-19 treatment.
Other options would be Kigali but their Nyamirambo Stadium is also at risk of being banned due to some shortcomings.
Group E leaders Mali have also played their home matches at the Agadir stadium in Morocco following a ban on all their national stadiums.
Uganda will play against Kenya and Mali in their final group E matches to determine who proceeds to the next qualifying round to Qatar 2022 World cup