The first game will involve Masters Security and Petro de Luanda of Angola on Tuesday before Be Forward Wanderers against AS Vita 24 hours later at Bingu National Stadium.
FAM Commercial Manager Limbani Matola told local online media that in both matches Open terraces and covered people will pay K1000; a charge for VIP stands will attract K5000,; Corporate box will attract a sum of K8,000.
Matola said as usual tickets will be sold at the Stadiums on the day of the match and FAM has appealed to supporters to observe discipline.
He also said they will hold preparatory meetings for each game where issues such as Security plan will be discussed with the stakeholders.
Matola has also urged all soccer lovers to come in their large numbers in both venues to witness the games.
” We urge the fans to come in their large numbers to witness top action,” he said.
However, he urges the fans to come to the stadium in good time since gates will be opened at 9 O’clock morning.
“In most cases fans come to the stadiums late and normally we have situations where there are still more fans outside while the match has stated resulting in chaotic scenes,” he said.
The Nomads lost 4-0 in the first leg in Kinshansa, while Masters Security were clobbered 5-0.