Is Thohoyandou Stadium fit to host Premiership games?
Following Black Leopards’ promotion to the Absa Premiership questions have arisen if whether the club’s home stadium, the Thohoyandou Stadium, will be capable to host Premiership games.
The stadium has a poor playing surface along with grand stands that don’t match those of any of the stadium that are being used to host Absa Premiership games.
Leopards has been using the stadium as their home ground while playing in the National First Division, however, the club is expected to either renovate it or move to another one that is more suited to PSL stands.
Football lovers in the Limpopo province are aware that the PSL might rule out the stadium as one of their venues for next season.
That stadium isn’t up to standards honestly speaking, it’s even muddy
— Kabza (@kabzerla) 30 May 2018
Hence I say Limpopo government let leopard down,they will wana give them that fancy peter what what stadium with 1200 fans ,this stadia works for leopard ..PSL should allow them to play PSL games there,sponsors must jump in n renovate the stadium
— Khani Hlahla (@khani_hlahla) 30 May 2018
Problem with PSL games, no seating allocations printed on tickets and this leads to chaos on match day’ and security is helpless when it comes to overcrowding. Something which the PSL has failed to fix in ages. Ellis Park remember
— burton brown (@burtonbrown1975) 31 May 2018