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Phillip Ssozi

Phillip Ssozi
Personal information
Date of birth (1982-07-23) 23 July 1982 (age 31)
Place of birthKampala, Uganda
Playing positionAttacking midfielder
Club information
Current clubExpress FC
Senior career*
1999-2003SC Villa Kampala
2003-2005FK Srem10(0)
2005-2006APR FC
2006-2007Victor FC Kampala
2007-presentExpress FC
National team
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Phillip Ssozi (born 23 July 1982 in Kampala) is an Ugandan international football player.

Club career

Phillip started his senior career in the Ugandan leading club Villa SC having won five national Championships in a row. In December 2003 he moved to Europe, to play in Serbia in the Serbian First League (2nd Serbian tier). That club is known for bringing many Ugandan players to Europe, but after ending that season, Ssozi was back to Africa, this time to play in Rwandan leading club APR FC from the country's capital Kigali. There he won that year, 2005, the Rwandan Premier League. After that season, he was back to Uganda where he first played in Kampala's Victor FC and, since 2007 is playing in another capital's club, the Express Red Eagles.

International career

Since 1999, Ssozi had played 22 matches for the Uganda national football team, having scored 2 goals.


  • UgandaSC Villa
  • RwandaAPR FC
    • 1 time Champion of Rwandan Premier League: 2005
  • UgandaExpress FC

External sources

  • Phillip Ssozi at
  • Profile at Srbijafudbal.

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