Rollers' new stadium not registered for CAF

Rollers have applied to CAF for the use of the Royal Aria Stadium PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG
Rollers have applied to CAF for the use of the Royal Aria Stadium PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG

Township Rollers are forced to wait a while longer before they can use the new Royal Aria Stadium for the CAF Champions League games.

The club last month said the 10,000-capacity venue in Tlokweng will be used for continental and league matches in the upcoming season. However, the National Stadium was announced as the ground to host the CAF Champions League preliminary round second leg fixture against Young Africans to be played next weekend.  to page 47

Rollers president, Jagdish Shah told Mmegi Sport that the new stadium has not been registered for CAF games. “Last week we sent an application to CAF through the BFA (Botswana Football Association) to use the stadium. 

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