The Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) and SuperSport have agreed a new $5 million five-year deal to broadcast FAZ Division games.

The deal will run from 2015 to 2020 following the expiry of the initial US$850,000.00 per-year deal signed in 2010.

“Our football is in a privileged state. With this five-year extension, live television guarantees our clubs a new platform of opportunity and assures them of a stage from which they can further engage into and or expand commercial ventures based on this guaranteed five year undertaking,” FAZ president Kalusha Bwalya said.

“The challenge for us is to continue to work hard as one united family, to continue on the path of development and safeguard the interests, integrity and credibility of our game through exemplary and professional conduct on and off the field.”

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  1. Truly laughable indeed..The biggest sport in the country is worth a pantry $1 million a year and improvement of a mere $250K from the deal signed five years ago..what a joke…this is why you need savvy business minded individuals overseeing the corporate side of FAZ not these corrupt empty suits like RSA based Galu merely interested in their cut!!



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