TNM Premier League first week: How they stand, matches net K23.2mil

The TNM Premier League matches in the first week raised K23.2 million gross in all the venues of this country, Super Premier League of Malawi treasure Tiya Somba Banda confirmed.

How they stand

How they stand

Wanderers players celebrate in their opening win

Wanderers players celebrate in their opening win

A Nomad fan on cloud nine..

A Nomad fan on cloud nine..

Wanderers supporter  Ruth Kayamba flashes victory sign

Wanderers supporter Ruth Kayamba flashes victory sign

Banda described the gross as a good start to the season and hailed the team supporters for adhering to their commitment of not manning the gates.

“This is very commendable and we also promise to be accountable and transparent. Raking K23 million in week one it promises to be a good season,” said Banda.

He attributed this to the measures which they put in place like tightening the controls over the gates and ticketing.

“It is our hope that the teams will continue benefiting more from the system,” said Banda.

The game involving Nyasa Big Bullets and Moyale Barracks last Saturday grossed K10.8 million followed by Sunday’s thriller between Silver Strikers against Mighty Be Forward Wanderers which grossed K10.6 million.

Kamuzu Barracks versus Civo United game grossed K367, 430, while Dwangwa United and Blue Eagles game in Chitowe grossed K440, 000.

In a game involving Red Lions and Epac FC which took place in Balaka, the gross was K192,500, while Azam Tigers versus Max Bullets game at Kamuzu Stadium the gross was K542,500.

Finaly, Mafco FC and Mzuni game in Chitowe raised K220, 000

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4 thoughts on “TNM Premier League first week: How they stand, matches net K23.2mil”

  1. Serious says:

    Zoona ? so what if Ruth Kayamba is a Nomad supporter? Inenso I am so…!!

  2. Herbert Jambo says:

    I also wanted to say the same thing that Nyasa times should tell us where to watch matches on this online Tuesdays or if they delay Wednesdays that we shouldn’t only depend on radios on Fridays

  3. magunners says:

    thanks Daniel. SULOM needs to come up with a fixture of the first round, not only to avoid match fixing, but also to prepare us (supporters) of where we would be watching games of our favourite teams.tisamamvere Friday about our teams fixtures. mind you mukufuna dollar so be organised in good time and notify football lovers about the fixtures so that they financially plan for them. musamagone. musamachedwe.tachangamukani aSULOM.
    its also high time most if not all games should be beamed on TV Malawi/Times tv to give us opportunities of how others were played or are being played so that those who didn’t have the chance to go to respective stadiums they should also enyoy kumakhomo awo.
    chinanso you need to prioritise welfare for players. most of them are living in poverty as if they were nobody yet they entertained us.we pay gate charges for love of football inunso do for the love of our players. alindimakhomo.mukawabera adzidya chani.

  4. A good start for all the teams. We ask Sulom to come up with afixture for the first round to avoid match fixing . Even If we are not sure of Chilumba but still U can make a nice fixture . If U feel U can not do it ask others for help. we can help U.

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