The Premier Soccer League is set to introduce cashless payment options at local matches in light of the current cash crunch being experienced by the country.
Cash as become scarce locally with long winding queues becoming the order of the day while attendance at Castle Lager Premiership has been quite low since the start of the league season.
Lack of options like swiping and mobile money transfers have been cited by some fans as one of the main reason for the drop in attendances.
But to their credit the PSL from its CEO Kennedy Ndeblele has revealed plans to address the situation.
“We are working on POS machines and other cashless methods of payments which we hope to introduce during the course of the season Ndebele is quoted saying by the Chronicle.
“Some of the factors behind the dwindling figures are beyond our control as the league added Ndebele.