After a break of four months, the action resurfaced last weekend in the TNM Super League now labeled Premier League with about K23.2 million generated in gate collections.
The 2016 season kicked off on high note for some teams while others struggled to live up to expectations and assimilate the pressure from their respective fans.
One notable point, the generated gate collections surely impressed the league sponsors, as it means that more football fans patronized the games across the country.
The league kicked-off with a game between the 2015 champions Nyasa Big Bullets and Mzuzu-based soldiers Moyale Barracks which grossed K10.8 million followed by a thriller between Silver Strikers against Mighty Be Forward Wanderers which grossed K10.6 million.
The game between Kamuzu Barracks and Civo United grossed K367, 430, while Dwangwa United and Blue Eagles game in Chitowe grossed K440, 000.
In a game involving Red Lions and Epac FC which took place in Balaka, the gross was K192,500, while Azam Tigers and Max Bullets game at Kamuzu Stadium the gross was K542,500. Mafco FC and Mzuni game in Chitowe raised K220, 000.
Action in the league returns this weekend with Moyale Barracks and Kamuzu Barracks at Mzuzu
Stadium on Saturday 23rd April, 2016 at 14:30hrs.
The rest of the league fixtures are as follows:
Saturday (23rd April, 2016)
Be Forward Wanderers vs Dwangwa United @ Kamuzu Stadium-14:30hrs
Silver Strikers vs Azam Tigers @ Silver Stadium-14:30hrs
Blue Eagles vs Epac F.C @ Nankhaka-14:30hrs
Sunday (24th April, 2016)
Red Lions vs Big Bullets @ Balaka Stadium-14:30hrs
Mzuni F.C vs Kamuzu Barracks @ MzuzuStadium-14:30hrs
Max Bullets vs Dwangwa United @ Kamuzu Stadium-14:30hrs
Civo United vs Mafco F.C @ Civo Stadium-14:30hrs
Note: Fixtures are subject to change. Malawi Punch will not be responsible for any changes that may be made.