Fam has engaged a top security company to install closed circuit television (CCTV) at Kamuzu Stadium during Saturday's Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Chad following government's concerns over Nigeria game gate collections.
Ministry of Youth Development and Sports raised questions over the accountability of gate collections for the Flames' last Saturday World Cup qualifier against Nigeria.
Before the game, Fam announced they would produce 32,000 tickets which would rake in not less than K20 million but the game ended up collecting K12 million despite the stadium being almost full.
Fam general secretary Suzgo Nyirenda, said one way of curbing the problem was by the use of the CCTV which would also be used to monitor the officials managing the gates.
"It seems like some people go to the stadium to steal and not do their jobs. Let me send a stark warning to all people who work at the turnstiles that we will not spare you.
"If we catch you involved in a fraudulent activities we will have you arrested. Whether you are from Fam, police officer or stadium management, we will not spare you."
Nyirenda said the association was also looking at other measures to ensure that the Nigeria game scenario does not happen again.
"We know that there are a lot of problems at the gates and the use of CCTV is just one measure of curbing these problems. There are other measures we will take but it will take time.
"In future, we will ask the stadium owners to fit gadgets that allow the gates to open only when a valid ticket is slotted. That is the only way we can make sure that people do not enter the stadium without paying," he said.
Director of Sports Jameson Ndalama said they were surprised that the Nigeria high profile game had realised such an amount.
"It's true we expected more than what we have been told the game produced. We have not yet received the report from those that were responsible for manning the gates. We will find out what happened," he said.
Out of 32,000 tickets, 27,550 were for open stand selling at K750.
Some 200 tickets were for VIP and were selling at K12,000 while1,950 were for covered stands going at K6,000 each.
Five hundred of them were MBC tickets and were at K3,000 each.
Simple mathematics shows that if the game raked K12 million, then the stadium roughly had around 16,000 people if they paid for the majority open stand tickets at K750.
Ndalama said the discrepancy was not only on the people who were inside the stadium.
"It's not only the people that were inside. If you look at the people who failed to enter and were outside the stadium you wonder what happened," he said.
"When I was told the amount, I was surprised. Then I saw the tickets that were returned and I could not understand."