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Ivan Bukenya was born on 1 November, 1991 in Kampala, Uganda, is a Ugandan professional footballer. At 29 years old, Ivan Bukenya height is 6 ft 3 in (192.0 cm).

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Ivan Bukenya Age 31 years old
Zodiac Sign Scorpio
Born 1 November 1991
Birthday 1 November
Birthplace Kampala, Uganda
Nationality Uganda

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Bukenya was born to Fred Yiga, a renowned civil servant at the Kampala City Council (KCC) and Justine Nantume. His mother was a tennis player in her youth and it was her inspiration and funding of youth football tournaments around her home area that encouraged Bukenya to become a top professional. Youth coach Moses Kibirango said "When a parent like Bukenya’s mother shows much interest in her son’s development as a footballer, it makes it easy for a coach to work with the player". After her death in 2010 he contemplated quitting game.


In April 2018, Bukenya signed a contract for the rest of 2018 with Swedish Division 1 club FC Linköping City. Bukenya was close to a perfect debut as FC Linköping City premiere played against Nyköping BIS in Division 1 North. The match ended 1-1 after City got a cannon shot when the new acquisition of Ivan Bukenya after 15 minutes knocked 1-0 into a well-frustrated free kick by Ilir Terbunja, who completely dismissed Bukenya in the area of the penalty area.


Bukenya signed I-League team East Bengal on 28 November 2016.

Bukenya was offloaded by Chiefs in June, 2016 after a difficult stay which brought him a mere 22 starts in close to three years.


Ivan Bukenya played for the Iraqi club Arbil SC in Arbil in the Iraq elite league where he reached the 2012 AFC Cup final against Al Kuwait and helped win the 2011–12 Iraqi Premier League. On 14 February 2013 Bukenya scored the winning goal in a 0–1 away win against Al-Zawraa at the Al-Shaab Stadium in Baghdad. On 5 March 2013 he scored the second goal in a 4–0 home win in the 2013 AFC Cup group stage game against Al-Ahli Taizz S.C. from Yemen. Bukenya continued his scoring record against the same team on 24 April 2013 when he scored the fourth and final goal in another 0–4 route. On 27 June 2013 he took part in and scored the fourth goal in the biggest home win and highest scoring game of the 2012–13 Iraqi Premier League season when they beat Al-Mina'a SC 8-1 at the Franso Hariri Stadium.

Bukenya began training with South African Premier Soccer League team Kaizer Chiefs on 12 September 2013 and he signed a 2-year deal with the club on 30 September 2013 after impressing coach Stuart Baxter and the technical team. He is the second Ugandan after David Obua to sign for the South African giants. On 13 October 2013 Bukenya made his debut in the Macufe Cup against Bloemfontein Celtic in a packed Free State Stadium. The chiefs lost the game 1-0 with Bukenya playing the full 90 minutes and impressing Amakhosi fans as well as the coach. On 4 December 2013 Bukenya came on as a late substitute at Charles Mopeli Stadium to make his PSL debut in a 0-2 win over Free State Stars. On 8 March 2014 Bukenya played the full 90 minutes of the 2014 CAF Champions League first round game that saw his team beat Liga Muçulmana de Maputo of Mozambique 3-0 in the 2nd leg. Bukenya tasted his first Soweto derby on 15 March 2014 as the Amakhosi’s won 1-0 in a League clash at Soccer City. He scored his first goal for Chiefs on 26 March 2014 in the Nedbank Cup last 16 in 2-1 win over FC Buffalo. He said "I feel good...I feel motivated and hope to improve on the missed chances in future. It is about teamwork and the coaches planning. It is all about the right training...this is good but it is not my best.". On 10 May 2014 Bukenya was voted Absa Premiership Man of the Match as Kaizer Chiefs beat AmaZulu F.C. 3-0 in the final game of the season. On 19 October 2014 bukenya played in the 0-1 win over Ajax Cape Town to set a new South African Premier League (PSL) record of 15 successive wins.


Bukenya began his football journey in July 2007 during the visit of Rio Ferdinand. He was playing for a Coca-Cola select youth side coached by Mike Mutebi with the likes of Ibrahim Juma, Andrew Buteera and Dennis Guma where they played against Proline FC youngsters. Being on the Coca-Cola side was a vindication of a burgeoning star that was Bukenya and he eventually signed for the Ugandan Super League club. Ferdinand was impressed enough by the talent on show to work on the Proline Academy, which Bukenya was now part of travelling to England and play games against the academy sides of Manchester United and West Ham United in October of that year. He scored regularly in the Ugandan Super League and was highlighted as an aerial threat during corner-kicks and free-kicks for Proline FC.Bukenya’s game reading and ability to move the ball on the overlap was arguably one of his greatest strengths in Mujib Kasule’s team, where he broke through.


Ivan Bukenya (born 1 November 1991) is a Ugandan professional footballer.