Bullets FC will face traditional rivals Wanderers FC in a fundraising match in which the supporters will select the starting eleven for both teams.
The match set for March 30 at Kamuzu Stadium is aimed at raising funds for Beit Cure International.
According to one of the organisers of the game, Sam Chiwaka, the selection process is aimed at raising funds as well as adding pomp to the game.
“The sending of the messages will cost some fee which will go towards Beit Cure, apart from the gate charges for the initial match.
“We want to involve the fans and make it exciting by making them coaches to select their preferred players for the game.
“Players that have more votes will start the game and the coaches of the two teams will have no say on their teams. So, if some big-name players get low votes, they will not play,” he said.
He said both teams and FAM have been informed and have since liked the idea.
FAM commercial manager Casper Jangale said fundraising for Beit Cure is vital for the football fraternity since the facility treats most critical football injuries.
“All national team injuries are referred to the Beit Cure and most clubs also send their players there for top-class treatment. The facility has saved a lot of career-threatening injuries; so, we need to support them,” said Jangale.