FOOTBALL Association of Malawi (Fam) says it raised K12.3 million gross from Saturday's World Cup qualifier between the Flames and Nigeria's Super Eagles.
Initially Fam had targeted to raise K20 million after hiking gate charges following the recent devaluation of the Kwacha currency.
Fam had printed 32,000 tickets for the qualifier with about 27,550 open tickets being sold at K750 each.
The others were for VIP stands (200) going at K12,000 each, covered stands at K6,000 (1950) and MBC stand (500) selling at K3,000 each.
Fam general secretary Suzgo Nyirenda said they were not aware of their share because they were expecting to reconcile the figures today.
"We still have to collect some money for the tickets that were sold at VIP. We will know our cut after reconciling the figures on Monday. From the money we have raised we need to pay some services," he said.
Fam engaged Police Officers, St Johns Ambulance, Security Network, Red Cross and District Health Office (DHO).
Malawi National Council of Sports and government, who are stadium owners, will also get a cut from the gate collections.
"These are some of the stakeholders that will get paid from the amount we have raised," he said.
Nyirenda said full details including Fam's reaction towards the amount that has been raised would be known today as well.
Last week Fam announced gate charges increment of about 50 percent for Flames game against Nigeria in order to meet costs of services.