The President of the republic of Zambia, His Excellency Edgar Chagwa Lungu has given the permission for football to resume in the country next month.
Football activities in Zambia has been halted since March following the outbreak of the novel Coronavirus.
Per news from Zambia, the President of the country has given the go-ahead for the Premier and the Division One Leagues to start in July under strict Coronavirus preventive measures.
Clubs have been told to begin training in preparation for the resumption of the 2019/20 league season in the Southern African country.
Kyfilla.com understands fans will not be allowed entry to match venues as matches will be played behind closed doors as a way of preventing the spread of the devastating disease.
Before the league was suspended, Forest Rangers were leading the log with 46 points from their 24 games, followed by NAPSA Stars (45 from 25), Green Eagles (44 from 24), Nkana (43 from 24) and Zesco United (42 from 24).