Ediofe Hills FC

Ediofe Hills FC is a football club in Arua, Uganda. . They play in the top level of Ugandan professional football, the Ugandan Super League.

Ugandan Super League 2009/10
  • Fire Masters
  • Express FC
  • Bunamwaya SC
  • Kampala City Council FC
  • Police FC
  • Masaka Local Council
  • Villa SC
  • Uganda Revenue Authority SC
  • Iganga TC
  • Maji FC
  • Hoima FC
  • Kinyara Sugar Works FC
  • Victors FC
  • Nalubaale FC
  • Children Restoration Outreach FC
  • Simba FC
  • Boroboro Tigers FC
  • Arua Central FC

The team had a humble beginning with a priest Fr. Ayiko Robert as the man behind the development of the team.

Ediofe Hills has as their home ground Dorcus Inzikuru Stadium, which was named after athlete Dorcus Inzikuru who came to light in the 3,000 m steeplechase. Ediofe Hills has recently produced the most lethal striker for the national by the name of Ceasor Okuti.

The fan base of Ediofe could be the largest in the country as it is the only team from the West Nile region that is competing at top flight level in football. Ediofe hills was relegated from the Super Division in Ugandan football. Quite a sad moment for all the fans of Ediofe Hills in the west Nile region.

Ediofe hills is now back to the Division 2 and vying to get back to top flight action. New players have been recruited as most of the players transferred to other club after relegation.

The sad thing was the stealing of the goal posts at the Dorcus inzikuru stadium by unknown thugs and currently some wooden goal posts are being used.

THE YEAR 2010. This has not been a good year for Edife hills as they failed to keep up to the billing. They are now out of most of the football activities in AQrua due to financial constraints, most of the players quit for bigger clubs and others have resorted to business to make ends meet.

Famous quotes containing the word hills:

    O my soul’s joy,
    If after every tempest come such calms,
    May the winds blow till they have wakened death!
    And let the laboring bark climb hills of seas
    Olympus-high, and duck again as low
    As hell’s from heaven!
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)