The Football Association has shifted the venue of the international friendly match between Zambia and South Africa from Nkoloma stadium to National Heroes stadium.
The international friendly will be played on Saturday September 7th following the U-23 qualifier match which will be played on Wednesday September 4th.
It will be the first assignment for newly appointed South African coach Molefi Ntseki who was unveiled a week ago.
He had been a caretaker coach for ‘Bafana Bafana’ following the resignation of Stuart Baxter who called it quits following South Africa’s uninspiring performance at the 2019 AFCON.
The clash is being used by Zambia as part of preparations for the Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifiers which commence in November with the Chipolopolo playing Algeria in the opening match.
The Football Association is selling tickets at as low as K10 in a bid to attract a larger crowd at the match.