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Dynamos scrap off entry charges for children and the physically challenged

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FAZ Super Division side Lusaka Dynamos have scrapped off entry charges for all children below 13 years and all physically challenged people who cannot access the terraces.

Club Chief Executive Officer Simataa Simataa said the move was applicable only to Dynamos home matches.

He said the initiative was in a bid to grow the club’s fan base.

“I am into football today because my father used to take me to matches because at the time, children—both accompanied and unaccompanied—would not be charged to watch matches,” Simataa said.

“This is the interest we want to grow in children. They will have a wing specifically dedicated to them just like those that are physically challenged and cannot have access to the terraces.”

The club will this season use the 50,900-capacity Lusaka’s Heroes Stadium as the venue for all its home games.

Dynamos  is also on a drive to register  former players, coaches and officials so that they could watch all the home games for free in honour of their service to the club  since  its establishment in 1979.

“We have also a policy where we want all former players, coaches and officials to register for seasonal cards so that they have access to our home matches for free.

“We are asking them to quickly register themselves with us so that we give them seasonal tickets for themselves and their spouses.”

Dynamos kick-off their campaign with a home match against Power Dynamos on Saturday,  April 8.


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