The Premier Soccer League (PSL) say they are seeking to stage double-headers in the league this season as part of the solution to the Stadium crisis.
Only 7 stadiums were approved fit to host PSL matches after inspections by the First Instance Body (FIB). The seven are National Sports Stadium, Rufaro Stadium, Barbourfields Stadium, Luveve Stadium, Gibbo Stadium, Baobab Stadium and Mandava Stadium.
With the Castle Lager Premiership season scheduled to start on the weekend of March 17, teams that include Mutare City, ZPC Kariba, Chapungu, Shabanie Mine, Nichrut will be forced to look for alternative home grounds after Nyamhunga, Maglas, Ascot and Sakubva failed to meet the standards.
PSL CEO Kenny Ndebele says the league will adopt double headers and Friday fixtures as means to combat the crisis.
Ndebele attributed the crisis to local Authorities who are not doing the refurbishment of Stadia for the teams.
FIB has always reiterated that enforcement of club licensing regulations is not meant to persecute clubs; instead, it is a professional development tool meant to benefit clubs in the long term for and on behalf of the Zimbabwe