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Newly Renovated Babourfields Following CAF Ban Of Local Stadiums

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The Bulawayo City Council has commenced renovations at Babourfields Stadium in the wake of all the stadiums ban imposed by CAF.

Babourfields Stadium had been approved by CAF to be used for international games but was recently banned together with other local stadiums following an inspection by CAF that Babourfields was no longer fit to host matches.

The ban has forced the government and the Bulawayo City Council to undertake an upgrade exercise.

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The government released $13 million to be used for refurbishing parts of Barbourfields to ensure the stadium is ready to pass a CAF inspection and host the Warriors’ 2021 AFCON qualifier against the Desert Foxes of Algeria at the end of this month.

CAF last week revoked Barbourfields’ temporary clearance to stage international football matches and this left ZIFA facing the possibility of hosting the Warriors’ 2021 AFCON qualifier against African champions, Algeria, in one of the neighboring countries.

Renovations are now underway to restore CAF’s conditional clearance to stage international matches, especially the Warriors next match against the Algerians, now the renovations are being done in places that need attention quickly which are the teams’ dressing rooms, referees’ changing rooms, doping and first aid rooms.

newly renovated barbourfields changing rooms
old teams dressing room




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