Gate charges for three Malawi matches announced

Football Association of Malawi (FAM) has released gate charges for the Flames three international; matches starting with the friendly encounter against Zimbabwe and the two FIFA World Cup qualifiers.

Open terraces at the cordoned off Kamuzu Stadium are K500 (about $1.47); a charge for covered stands will attract K3 000 (about $8.00); MBC stand K1,500 and  the VIP stands will cost K10,000, FAM Chief executive officer Sugzo Nyireda said on Wednesday.

According to Nyirenda, FAM will only print 17,000 tickets for each game and as it was in the past there will be pre-sales of tickets three days before each game.

“FAM will announce centres where tickets will be sold in the three regions of the country. Tickets will have security features and extra security features will be stamped after production and the public should be on lookout for any counterfeit tickets and report to the authorities,” Nyirenda said.

Football Association of Malawi CEO Sugzo Nyirenda
Football Association of Malawi CEO Sugzo Nyirenda

“No tickets will be sold at the Stadium on the day of the match and we appeal to supporters to take advantage of the three days for tickets’ presales. As a warning, those found touting will be arrested and be prosecuted accordingly,” said Nyirenda.

Nyirenda also said preparations for the games have started and FAM will hold preparatory meetings for each game where issues such as Gate and Ticket Management (to be outsourced) and Security plan will be discussed with the
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FIXTURES
1- Malawi vs Zimbabwe (25th May 2013 – Kamuzu Stadium – kick off 14:30 hours)
2- Malawi vs Namibia (5th June 2013 – Kamuzu Stadium – kick off 14:30 hours)
3- Malawi vs Kenya (12th June 2013 – Kamuzu Stadium – kick off 14:30 hours)

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