Kamuzu Barracks FC have written management of Bingu National Stadium (BNS) with the TNM Super League champions seeking to use the facility as their home ground next season.
KB General Secretary, Michael Chamayere, confirmed that they are waiting for a response from the facility’s management.
“We have two options as our home ground. We are looking at either Bingu National or Civo Stadium and we have already written to them. We expect to have a final answer by next week,” Chameyere said.
However, Civo Stadium has been closed for renovations with unconfirmed reports suggesting that the maintenance will last for six months.
BNS Operations Manager, Eric Ning’ang’a, Wednesday confirmed that the deal with KB is 90 percent done.
“The idea of the stadium is to promote sports and the facility cannot be idle. KB are also a disciplined team and I think it will be a motivation to players playing at the magnificent facility,” Ning’ang’a said, adding that the soldiers will be paying for the facility.
The 40,000-seater stadium was officially launched last month as Malawi Under -23 National Football Team drew 2-2 against Chinese side, Guangzhou R& F.
Meanwhile, rookies Masters Security FC are discussing with management of Dedza Stadium over the possibility of using the facility.
The team’s General Secretary, Zacharia Nyirenda, confirmed the discussions.
KB eye Bingu Stadium
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