In a bid to strengthen their commercialisation drive, Bullets FC plan to open another club house in Lilongwe before the start of the season.
The team’s chairperson Malinda Chinyama said preparatory work in consultation with Lilongwe supporters are at an advanced stage.
This will be the second club after the one at the team’s headquarters at Mandala in Blantyre opened two years ago.
The Blantyre club has played a huge role in raising funds for the team and Chinyama believes the team can make more money in the Central Region as well.
“Fans from the capital give us a lot of support when we are playing games there. Their contributions to the club have in the past surpassed others from the other regions.
“We feel they can contribute more if we give them a club where they can socialise and help the team raise funds. So, by the time we start the new season, we will have a bullets club in Lilongwe,” said Chinyama.
He said the Lilongwe club, just like the Blantyre one, will be hosting live music shows as the main fundraising activity.
“But we would like to make the sale of merchandise one of our main business activities,” said Chinyama