Nyasa Big Bullets have given a chance to ordinary paid-up members to watch for free their last Super League game against Civil Sporting Club at Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre on Monday.

Bullets marketing executive Kelvin Moyo said the offer was in recognition of their support to the team.

“The game against Civil Sporting Club, which is our last game of the season, will see all ordinary paid-up members enter for free as a token of appreciation and for the loyalty they have shown to the team.

“This will also encourage other supporters to see the importance of being members,” he said.

Nyasa Big Bullets supporters’ director Stone Mwamadi said the team’s offer should encourage more supporters to appreciate the benefits of becoming paid up members.

“This is good news as more fans will be encouraged to pay their membership fees,” he said.

Mwamadi cited the time one of their fans, who died in a road accident, was identified because he was a paid-up member.

“It’s not just about helping the team but also shows ownership of the team. No supporter should claim to be the team’s supporter when he doesn’t even pay membership.”

The entry charge is still MK1 000 for those who have not paid membership fee as the Wednesday’s match against Silver Strikers which is MK1000.

Bullets introduced membership fees with MK1 000, MK5 000, MK20 000, MK50 000 and MK100 000 and currently around 9 000 supporters only of their supporters base have paid membership fee.

The People’s Team won the TNM Super League title after thrashing Red Lions 3-0 two weeks ago with two games to spare.