Friday, 27 October 2017 00:00

The Castle Lager Premier Soccer League is pleased to announce an electronic ticketing system that will see football fans purchasing advance match tickets through their mobile phones from anywhere across the country.
The system is accessible anytime for scheduled matches, improves matchday planning and is designed to enhance the overall customer convenience and experience for our football matches.

The PSL will this weekend implement the trial run E-Ticketing platform for the Matchday 12 fixture between Highlanders FC vs Dynamos FC Match to be played at Barbourfields Stadium on Sunday 16 June 2019. We will further roll out the system across all Harare & Bulawayo matches from Matchday 13.

To purchase Castle Lager PSL tickets, fans can dial the USSD code *127# and follow the prompt messages that follow. The system allows fans to choose the match they want to watch and the number of tickets they wish to purchase. After payment confirmation a message with a unique ticket ID will be sent to the user containing the match details.

Fans are encouraged to purchase their tickets before arrival at the stadium to avoid congestion. Verification and validation of tickets will be done at the entry gates upon presentation of the unique ticket ID number received via SMS upon purchase of the ticket (You may write down or memorise your ticket ID without presenting your phone), fans may also purchase tickets on behalf of others and send them the relevant Ticket ID to present at the gates.

The E-ticketing system is currently configured to Econet subscribers only. However, plans are currently underway to roll out the system to other subscribers as well as other forms of payment.

Tuesday, 10 January 2017 00:00

The Premier Soccer League Disciplinary Committee has released the following judgements:

  1. Highlanders Football Club

Highlanders FC were fined following match disturbances that occurred at their Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match against Chicken Inn FC on 11 May 2019 played at Barbourfields Stadium.

The club was found guilty of contravening Order 31 of the PSL Rules and Regulations which states that it is an act of misconduct on the part of a club where:

Highlanders FC pleaded guilty to the charges.

The club was fined RTGS $4000 of which RTGS $2000 is suspended for the rest of the 2019 soccer season, on condition the accused is within that period not convicted of a similar offence involving missile throwing and violence. The effective fine of RTGS $2000 together with the cost of hearing shall be paid by the 30th June 2019.

2.Dynamos Football Club

Dynamos FC were fined for missile throwing by their fans and disturbing the normal proceedings of a match during their match against Chicken Inn FC on 13 April 2019 at Barbourfields Stadium.

The Club was found guilty of contravening PSL Rules and Regulations Order 31 which make it an offence on the part of a club where:

31.1.13 Its supporters misbehave in any manner whatsoever, inside or outside a ground, before, during or after a match, no matter on which ground the match is played. Without derogating from the generality of what constitutes misbehaviours on the part of supporters, the following are specifically declared to be acts of misbehaviour: Invasion or attempted invasion of the field of play, save for reasons of crowd safety; Throwing or attempting to throw missiles, bottled and other objects whether potentially harmful or dangerous against anyone at the game;

Dynamos FC did not tender a response to the charges as required in terms of the rules and regulations of the PSL and did not attend the hearing, another disregard of the PSL rules and regulations.

The Club was fined RTGS$8 000 (Eight thousand dollars), RTGS$3 000 (Three thousand dollars) of which is suspended for the rest of the season on condition the club, its officials or its supporters are not convicted of any offence involving the obstruction, failure to comply with a lawful order or abandonment of a match. The effective fine of RTGS$5 000 (Five thousand dollars) together with costs of hearing to be paid by the 30th of June 2019.


3.Ngezi Platinum Football Club

Ngezi Platinum Stars FC were fined for breaking PSL Rules and Regulations following their travel to South Africa for an international friendly match without clearance from the PSL.

According to Order 26.3 of the PSL Rules and Regulations:

Any team invited to play any friendly or invitational matches outside Zimbabwe shall make a written request to the league one month before the proposed dates of departure. The League may grant or refuse such application, or grant the same subject to any such conditions as deemed fit. In addition, ZIFA shall have the right of ratifying any such decision or reject.

Ngezi Platinum FC were fined RTGS$10000 (Ten Thousand dollars) and RTGS$3000(Three Thousand dollars) is suspended for the rest of the 2019 soccer season on condition the accused is within that period not convicted of a similar offence. The effective fine of RTGS$7000(Seven Thousand dollars, together with the cost of hearing should be paid by the 30th June 2019.

Wednesday, 28 May 2014 00:00

HIGHLANDERS . . . . . . (0) 1

DYNAMOS . . . . . . . . . . .0

DYNAMOS goalkeeper Simbarashe Chinani kept his side in the game for the better part of this encounter but made a blunder that gifted Highlanders the only goal of this match, scored by former DeMbare player Cleopas Kapupurika.

Billed as the battle of Zimbabwe, the match did not live up to its billing though, which was not really a surprise considering the current form of the teams

DeMbare went into the match in better nick, but never got into second gear and will count themselves lucky that they conceded just once.

They had Chinani to thank for most parts of the game as he made crucial saves, but the goalkeeper will be remembered for the blunder that allowed Highlanders to score.

And such is the harsh reality of football that Chinani’s name was trending on social media last night as Dynamos fans vented their anger on the goalkeeper.

He was doing well until the 71st minute when he fumbled a free-kick by Highlanders midfielder Brian Banda, and Kapupurika ghosted from the blind side to slot the ball into the net.

The goal torched celebrations inside Barbourfields Stadium, and well into the night.

Dynamos made the long trip back to Harare with their tails tucked between their legs, knowing that they have failed to win a single league match in Bulawayo this season, having lost to Chicken Inn and Bulawayo Chiefs and drawing against TelOne in their previous visits.

Highlanders coach Madinda Ndlovu, rumoured to be leaving the club anytime soon, was ecstatic.

“The game had so much sentimental value to the Highlanders fans. We were chasing a record in which we had not beaten Dynamos in 10 years and it was important for us to win and keep up the momentum,” Madinda said.

It was Highlanders’ third win in 12 games and took them to 14 points. The Bulawayo giants are out of the relegation zone for the first time this season, and their supporters will be hoping that the ascendency continues.

“We had an upper-hand from the outset. Dynamos were slow and we capitalised on that. They had their moments, but today it was clear why the two sides are failing to score goals. I wouldn’t have minded if it had ended 0-0. The game was evenly-balanced and it was a painful defeat for Dynamos after that blunder,” Madinda said.

Highlanders could have scored more goals, especially in the first half, but Prince Dube, Ray Lunga were frustrated by Chinani while Divine Mhindirira hit the upright.

Dynamos coach Tonderai Ndiraya was disappointed at losing the second match of his tenure in charge of the Harare giants.

“We lost fairly. We made a big blunder which cost us. We played okay, but Highlanders dominated the game. We had done enough to walk away with a point, but conceded in a painful manner. We were chasing shadows for the better part of the game which Highlanders controlled. I am very disappointed by the result,” Ndiraya said.


Highlanders: A Sibanda, A Mbeba, M Ndlovu, T Ndlovu, P Muduhwa, N Masuku, R Lunga (T Makanda, 73?), B Banda, P Dube, D Mhindirira (A Silla, 90?), C Kapupurika

Dynamos: S Chinani, E Jalai, T Muringai, J Tigere, M Mawadza, A Maliselo, T Macheke, T Chisi (S Mupamaonde, 88?), E Sadomba, V Tadzoka (C Ngahan, 62?), J Selemani (N Katawa, 88?)

Source: Newsday

Wednesday, 28 May 2014 00:00

CAPS UNITED………. (2) 3

TELONE…………….(1) 3