ZIfa say they made a loss in staging the Afcon qualifier against Congo at National Sports Stadium last month.

The association released the figures for the revenue generated from the match on Monday and revealed that there is a financial loss of $105 475, 49.

36 971 paid their way to watch the game in the 60 000 capacity seater venue of which 35 977 bought the cheapest while 894 people acquired seats at bays 15 to 18. Only 100 fans paid for the VIP section.

The net revenue generated from ticket sales amounted to $424 470 and the breakdown is as follows:

ROG: $359 770
Bays 15-18: $44 700
VIP: $20 000
(All values in RTGS$)

After adding the $4 068 generated from vendors, and Prophet Walter Magaya’s donation valuing at $103 230, the total revenue realised from the Warriors/Congo match stands at $531 768.

However, the match related expenses were $105 475, 49 more than the money realised, according to Zifa.