By ZBC Reporter
ZIFA says it has written to the Sports Recreation Commission seeking the green-light for the Premier Soccer League to begin by mid next month.
ZIFA President Felton Kamambo was speaking in the Lowveld this Friday, when he toured Greenfuel soccer facilities together with some committee members.
“We have wrote to the SRC seeking permission to resume our PSL trainings on the 14th of this month with the intention to have the matches commence on the 20th of next month,” said Kamambo.
Kamambo also said they are considering constructing at least twenty stadia across the country.
“We have the passion to develop our local football as such our aim is to construct at least two stadiums per province and if the stakeholders agree, this site may be considered as one of the beneficiaries.”
Greenfuel, which is currently in the Division 1 league, is optimistic the visit by the ZIFA delegation will see their stadium being allowed to host top flight matches.
“We welcome the visit by ZIFA and their consideration to evaluate our facility to host matches,” said Merit Rumema, Greenfuel Community Relations Manager.
“This will surely boost the players morals as well as push for community engagement in football matters.”
Meanwhile, the top executive donated football kits to the companys developmental side pledged to promote the development of women soccer in rural communities.