It’s all systems go for Standard Bank Cup final, say FA Malawi, sponsors

Football Association of Malawi (Fam) and sponsors of the Standard Bank Cup have assured all soccer loving Malawians that everything is in place for the much awaited Standard Bank Cup final match between Civo United and Mighty Be Forward Wanderers.

Civo United for the cup....Photo Jeromy Kadewere

Civo United for the cup….Photo Jeromy Kadewere

Nomads marching for a double trophy glory, Pic Alex Mwazalumo.

Nomads marching for a double trophy glory, Pic Alex Mwazalumo.

The match will be played at the Civo Stadium in the Capital City Lilongwe on Sunday 1st November, 2015.

Fam Competitions Manager Gomezgani Zakazaka said during the week that everything including security matters have been properly arranged.

According to Zakazaka, those to watch from open stands will have to pay K1,000.00, K3,000.00 covered stands while VIP stands are pegged at K5,000.00.

Tickets for the match will be sold on the same day of the match right at the stadium.

Zakazaka further urged supporters from both side to maintain the discipline they have shown throughout the 2015 Standard Bank Competition.

Speaking on behalf of the Sponsors, Head of Marketin Thoko Unyolo said the sponsors have lined up several attractive activities to make the event colourful.

She however kept a tight lid on the activities to take place but only revealed that there will be a street parade led by the Malawi Police Band.

“All the good things we have lined up will be unveiled right at the venue” said Unyolo.

Unyolo further hailed the supporters for the good behaviour they have shown throughout the tournament as no act of violence was reported hence describing the competition as a success.

Meanwhile, Wanderers coach Elia Kananji says he is hoping to win his second trophy this season after guiding the Nomads to a Carlsberg Cup glory.

He however admited it will be a tough encounter.

On the other hand, Civo will also be looking forward to nothing but a win this is according to Captain Emmanuel Zoya.

The players have since received a morale boost followong the announcement by Civo Executive Committee that the players will share 60% of the prize money.

The winner of this year’s Standard Bank Competition which happens to be the 9th edition will walk away with K10 Million prize money plus a trophy.

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2:1 in favour of Manoma. One goal in each half. Condolences to aganyu nonse. Manoma woyeeeeeeerree!


Congrates bullets for a new sponsor
Mk100 million per year for 5 years name suspense


noma 2 civo 1
nyerere more fire neba akumva nyunyunyuuuuuu!!!!!


More fire ma Rastas


poor football the HELL in the world could you play 2 semifinal on different dates??? wa chikulunga chani..!!! its an embarrasment..anyway, for the finals let the best team win




Wanderers ikawona ndalama simaseweretsa, We are ready for double cup this year….. BRAVO NOMA!!

Titus scot

CIVO woyee! Ife mawule tiri pambuyo pa civo yomweyo kuti wa! wa! wa!


Go neba go. Ife mapale tili pambuyo pa beforward.


Go noma go, God bles manoma

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