Onduparaka FC - WikipediaOnduparaka FCFull nameOnduparaka Football ClubNickname(s)The Green CaterpillarsFoundedOctober 2011; 11 years agoGroundAbaBet Greenlight Stadium, AruaChairmanBenjamin NyakuniLeagueUgandan Premier League20184thWebsiteClub website colours Onduparaka FC is a Ugandan football club currently playing in the Ugandan Premier League.
Earlier that day, MTN Uganda had announced a one-year 390 Million UgX sponsorship deal for Onduparaka FC. During a press conference at Desert Breeze Hotel Arua, Val Oketcho, the MTN Uganda Corporate Communications Manager handed over a dummy cheque to Ondu Patron Honourable Bernard Atiku (who is the former Ayivu County MP, and the current Land Board Chairman - Arua City).  21 October 2017, Ondu beat Express FC 2–1 at Wankulukuku to go top of the table (until the following Wednesday when an own goal by Kirinya Jinja SS at Nambole propelled Police FC to the summit on goal difference).
Shaban came on as a substitute in both games while Miya was substituted but scored Uganda's only goal in the third game; Uganda drew 1–1 with Mali in the third group game to register at least a point after a 39-year absence from the continental showpiece. Also on Onduparaka's squad is KCCA loanee Caesar Okhuti who is no stranger to being a hot newcomer especially after he took the nation by storm with another Arua club called Ediofe Hills FC in 2007 and was called up to the national team. Other players on the 2017 Onduparaka team included: Richard Anyama (goalkeeper formerly at Saints FC), Nisar Kasim (another Goalkeeper), Alex Gasper Adriko (aka The Rock), Norman Saddam, Rashid Toha, Gibson Adinho, Akram Kakembo, Ivan Mbowa, Ibrahim Faizul (aka Anini), Sabir Simba, Dickens Okwir, Mohammad Rashid, Ajobe Toto, Denis Andama, Rashid Agau, Living Kabon, Wahab Ajuman Gaddafi Gadinho and Fahd Muhammad Toko.
In a public statement, the Management of Onduparaka FC reported that they asked Livingstone "to step aside with immediate effect from (the) UPL Matchday 21 Clash with UPDF (14 March 2018) until further notice. " In his absence, the technical bench comprising Leo Adraa, Simeon Masaba, Moses Oloya, Morris Adiga and Ramathan Musema would take care of the team.
In the final game of the season on 25 May 2018, Ondu beat their visitors Bright Stars 2–0 with a first half goal from Caesar Okhuti and second half strike from Ezra Bilda. Okhuti was sent off in this game but OFC remained 4th, one place better than their first season in the top flight. 2018–19 season To start the offseason, Onduparaka FC and KCCA FC played a two-legged friendly charity matchup to support palliative care in Arua, Onduparaka winning the first leg 3–1 in Lugogo on 30 June 2018.  The Charity Walk to Greenlight for Hospice Arua was on 14 July 2018.
Ondu drew 0–0 in Bombo after a goal was cancelled, penalty denied and woodwork hit in the last minutes. On Good Friday 30 March 2018, two first half goals by Viane and a second half goal by Okhuti gave Onduparaka a 3–0 victory over Masavu FC. It was the first three-goal margin home win for the Caterpillars in the Uganda Premier League. A 40th-minute goal on 4 April 2018 from Viane Sekajugo gave Ondu a 1–0 win at Proline FC's Startimes Stadium Lugogo, Kampala. OFC hosted Maroons on 9 April 2018 in Arua, but the game remained locked at 0–0. On 17 April 2018, Ondu hosted defending champions KCCA FC who took their starman Muhammad Shaban.
Onduparaka drew 1–1 in the semifinals with SC Villa but knocked out the Jogoos 5–4 on penalties. Though they lost 2–0 to KCCA in the finals on 25 August 2018, Ondu walked away with a 5 Million UgX cash prize, half of what the winners got.  Ondu lost 1–0 at Soana in a friendly on 5 September 2018.
Ondu couldn't be bullied by the Jogoos. A week before, Ondu had handcuffed Police FC 2–1 on the same ground (with goals by Shaban and Kabon). Three days prior to Ondu ending Villa's Unbeaten Run of the Season, FUFA cleared 26-year-old Caesar Okhuti to play for the Northwesterners who sat at 5th on the table; he was on a six-month loan from KCCA since mid September. On 10 December 2016, Ondu beat Sadolin FC 1–0 at Bugembe Stadium to climb to 3rd place around half season courtesy of a Gaddafi free-kick. Ondu's leading goalscorer Muhammad Shaban (aka [I]jagason) was voted the 2016 FUFA MVP (Most Valuable Player) in a year when Mamelodi Sundowns goalkeeper Denis Onyango also performed well and actually won the CAF Best Player in Africa Award and Farouk Miya scored the goal against Comoros that took Uganda to the tournament. In 2017, the three travelled to Gabon for AFCON; Onyango only played in the two narrow 0–1 defeats to Ghana and Egypt.
After the chaos subsided minutes later, the game resumed until the 100th minute but Ondu still maintained their Unbeaten Record at home in their maiden top flight season. The last team to defeat them at Greenlight Stadium was Nebbi Central three years behind. In the final game of the season at Kakindu Stadium in Jinja, Dickens Okwir put Ondu ahead in the 28th minute while BUL FC had a goal disallowed immediately after.
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That same month, KCCA's double-winning captain Denis Okot Oola joined Onduparaka on a two-year deal among half a dozen new players including Abel Eturude from SC Villa plus the pacy winger Nicholas Kagaba from URA FC. New Onduparaka coach Asaph Mwebaze led his side to the first FUFA Super 8 Final sponsored by Pilsner featuring the Top 8 Teams from the Uganda Premier League.
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The last time an upcountry team won the league was in 1999 by Dairy Heroes from Mbale and fans hoped Onduparaka would be next or even pull off a promotion miracle like Leicester City FC had just done in England. They started the season with a goalless draw against Soana, then lost to Bright Stars before drawing again on 6 September 2016, this time with Express FC, the Oldest Team in the league. The fourth game was against defending champions KCCA who had won all their first three games. Ondu needed a quick second half brace by Muhammad Shaban to inflict the first season loss to the 11-time champions on 9 September 2016 at Greenlight Stadium. Despite a late onslaught, the visitors only managed a consolation goal; that was Onduparaka's first Uganda Premier League win.
Kampala musician Kalifah Aganaga who had a show in Arua that weekend was present donning a green Onduparaka jersey. Arua musician and producer King Weedah was also at the game. This win propelled the Caterpillars from 6th to 5th Position out of 16 above Express who remained with 40 points with three games left to the end of the season. Four points behind 3rd-placed Vipers, the Caterpillars needed a win to reduce the gap to within one point. Fatefully, they were beaten 4–1 at the St. Mary's Kitende Stadium in Kajjansi on 9 May 2017.
When he scored in the first half, KCCA manager Mike Mutebi looked quite satisfied but Viane equalised for the hosts after the restart; game ended 1–1. At Nambole on 27 April, OFC beat the Law Keepers 5–0 with two goals from Viane in the first half (30', 40'), Moses Ndawula (62'), Hassan Muhammod - Mudu (64') and Ezra Bida (83'). This was Ondu's Biggest Away Win in two years of the UPL. Ondu ended the day in 4th place (but having played one game more) with 41 points, 11 points behind the table leaders SC Villa, nine behind KCCA and seven from Vipers with four games left. Ondu faced URA FC on 2 May 2018 but drew 0–0. Two days later, a 94th-minute lone goal by Jamal Malish gifted the Caterpillars victory over hosts Soana. On 9 May, they visited Mbarara FC notorious for getting penalties. The game was lost predictably to a penalty for the hosts.
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