Any football club wishing to use Bingu National Stadium as their will have to apply two weeks before the match and pay a deposit of at least K2 million, stadium manager Eric Ning’ang’a has said.
Ning’ang’a said the only time the stadium will be used for free is when there is a State function.
He said when club pays a deposit to play at the stadium the normal gate revenue sharing system will apply in which the stadium owner gets 25 percent, clubs 25 percent, Football Association of Malawi (FAM) and Super League of Malawi (Sulom) 10 percent each while Malawi National Council of Sports gets five percent.
Ning’ang’a said Bingu National Stadium will also be handling the ticketing and gate management.
The national stadium has facilities such as a synthetic running track, a natural grass football pitch, a conference room, shopping and exhibition rooms, press galleries, a treatment room, bathrooms and a car park.
But Ministry of Labour, Youth, Sports and Manpower Development director Jameson Ndalama who conformed he proposed conditions of services, said they were submitted ot the minister for approval and response has not come yet.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :