The Premier Soccer League is set to relocate their offices to Zifa Village situated in Mount Hampden.

Zifa president Felton Kamambo said in a radio interview that they have resolved to lease the facility to the PSL who are currently renting offices in Eastlea, Harare.

“The Zifa Village is operational, and our plan is we want to allocate it to the Premier Soccer League so that they operate from there. This will greatly reduce their cost in terms of office rentals and so forth,” said Kamambo, according to The Chronicle.

Kamambo also revealed that the PSL clubs would be in a position to use accommodation facilities at the Village during away games in Harare at minimal costs.

“We also want the PSL clubs to actually camp at the Zifa Village so that they can reduce their camping costs because rates there are way below and better than most if not all accommodation facilities in the capital, but it’s up to the clubs if they want to camp there or not,” he added.

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