Football Association of Malawi (FAM) through its president Walter Nyamilandu has announced that the once famous MDC stadiun which has been closed for so many years will be reopened next month.
According to Nyamilandu, all the renovations at the site have been completed.
He said the work has costed over K40 million.
FAM wants to turn the stadium into a soccer academy but Nyamilandu said Super League clubs will still be allowed to use it following the closure of Kamuzu Stadium which is also under renovations.
“The stadium will be reopened next month and as you are already aware that Kamuzu is closed atleast teams from Blantyre need another ground,” said Nyamilandu.
Meanwhile, the FAM president has also revealed that Chiwembe technical centre where local national teams do the camping will now wear an artificial turf with support from the world soccer governing body FIFA.
“Our aim is to make sure that we have everything at Chiwembe and one of the important things is the artificial turf. We have already discussed with Fifa and they have agreed to help us with the turf,” said Nyamilandu.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :