Already, FAM is talking to Tanzania to host the Flames for four days en route to Kenya where they will face Kenyaâ€™s Harambee Stars on June 2.
FAM chief executive officer Suzgo Nyirenda said in interview on Wednesday that they have also sent a request to Uganda to host the team in case the Tanzania talks flop.
“Talks with Tanzania are at an advanced stage and they have written us that they will confirm by the end of the week as they are working on their funds.
“But we do not want to be caught off guard when the Tanzania deal flops. That is why we have also written Uganda who have also promised to come back to us soon,” said Nyirenda.
He said the Flames need a strong friendly match against an East African opposition to be in good shape before facing Kenya.
“East Africans play the same type of football, so playing one of the two countries will give us a good picture of what to expect in Kenya,” he said.
Uganda hosted the Flames in March 2009 en route to Cote dâ€™Ivoire for a 2010 World Cup qualifier. Then, Uganda beat Flames 2-1.
The Flames squad of local players is expected to leave the country on Sunday for a friendly game against China Under-23 side next Wednesday.
Flames last played Kenya away in 2004 during the 2006 Africa Cup of Nations and World Cup joint qualifier with the hosts emerging 3-2 victors. Flames won the return leg 3-0.
The two teams also met in the group stages of the Cecafa Senior Championship in 2010 and 2011 in Tanzania with the Flames winning both ties.