Super League collect K314.502 mil: Bullets top earners with K29 mil

A total of K314.502 million has been collected in the 2015 TNM Super League season representing a 72% nominal growth from the K182 million that was collected in the 2014 season, the revelation was made by Sulom treasure Tiya Somba Banda.

Sulom Chairman Innocent Botomnai (left) and treasurer Tiya Somba: More cash on gates in 2015

Sulom Chairman Innocent Botomnai (left) and treasurer Tiya Somba: More cash on gates in 2015

Banda told Nyasa Times that teams received a total of K113 million with SULOM and FAM getting K22.748 million and K22.741 million respectively.

Sports Council received a total of K10.806 million with K56.438 million going to ground owners and a sum of K88.705 to security (Police & Stewards), ticketing, cashiers and others.

In below is the revenue log table with Big Bullets as the top earners, collecting K29 million trailed by their arch rivals Be Forward Wanderers with K23.8 million.

Airborne the least earners, generating K2.409 million only.


Position Team  Amount (K)
1 Big Bullets    28,995,170.72
2 Be Forward Wanderers    23,779,167.45
3 Silver Strikers    10,049,195.75
4 CIVO Utd      6,490,684.66
5 FISD Wizards      4,657,432.31
6 EPAC FC      5,122,614.04
7 Kamuzu Barracks      3,659,365.85
8 Moyale Barracks      4,102,375.60
9 Azam Tigers      3,842,793.49
10 Blue Eagles      3,509,071.09
11 Red Lions      4,055,179.98
12 Dedza Young Soccer      5,114,154.10
13 Mzuni Utd      3,501,201.91
14 MAFCO      3,772,896.53
15 Airborne Rangers      2,409,468.04


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8 thoughts on “Super League collect K314.502 mil: Bullets top earners with K29 mil”

  1. Nyenyezi says:

    What role does FAm/Walter and SULOM/ Banda play in Malawi football for them to earn that much at the expense of teams that toll on the ground to entertain spectators? Zakuba basi?

  2. Che Wanimiliyoni says:

    A second look at the figures I can now understand why the first DPP govt shifted the construction of the new stadium to Blantyre and why Blantyre needs a new stadium as of yesterday. The first four teams on the earnings table: the first two are from Blantyre and soon will have no base as the Kamuzu Stadium will be closed and the other two have their own big stadiums which they fail to fill up and as such can not shift their matches to the much bigger and expensive Bingu Stadium. These first four teams have a 62% of Super league total club earnings which subsequently means out of the K56.4 million ground owners got only K21 million was got from the rest of the teams. So the state of the art Bingu Stadium will have to content itself sharing the remaining K21 million per year with the other stadiums like Nankhaka, Dwanga, Mzuzu, Zomba and Kalulu. For an infrastructure which has cost us K45 billion to built and mainly meant for football to be competing with others on such a small amount makes it the worst ever white elephant the world has ever had.

  3. Che Wanimiliyoni says:

    This financial report is lacking in many areas for instance is the K315m gross collection which includes advertising and broadcasting rights or only gate collections? How many tickets were sold? Which grounds collected the most and the least? What was the average attendance, earnings and expenses per game?..etc. This may give a picture to sponsors and advertiser to target their products

  4. Chankhulu Nkhwenda says:

    How many people are involved at SULOM and FAM to get more than teams?

  5. Sinapondamtota Mbirithire Masiyafumbi says:

    Inu mwaba zingati?

  6. kambindingu "hard & low" says:

    This is nuts. Do we really need to have football league in Malawi?

  7. George phiri says:

    Will they pay tax on this?

  8. Ine says:

    2015/2016 season?????????????????????????

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