Zimbabwe Govt Starts Work on Stadiums After CAF Ban

Zimbabwe is set to face the embarrassing ordeal of playing their upcoming 2021 international football home matches in neighbouring countries after the Confederation of African Football (CAF) deemed local stadiums unfit to host international matches. The government has started refurbishing the National Sports Stadium in Harare and will assist in renovating Barbourfields in Bulawayo.

  • Zimbabwe:   Govt Starts Stadium Renovations

    The Herald, 4 March 2020

    Government has started refurbishing the National Sports Stadium in Harare and will assist in renovating Barbourfields in Bulawayo as the battle to ensure the Warriors play their… Read more »

A worker breaks up matted turf to help with drainage at the National Sports Stadium in Harare on March 3, 2020.

(File photo).

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