Poor lighting at some of the country's stadiums could cause a delay in the kick-off of the Namibia Premier League, scheduled to start in ten days time.
Soccer action in top flight football is expected to start during the second weekend of next month.
The Premier League's top brass have in the past days been hard at work - inspecting the country's main stadiums ahead of the upcoming season, but they were not happy with what they saw.
Lighting at the Sam Nujoma stadium in Katutura is not adequate to host evening matches - but the situation is expected to be rectified before the start of the league following an agreement between league authorities and the City of Windhoek.
The Walvisbay Kuisebmond stadium - home to both coastal representatives Blue Waters and Eleven Arrows - is currently under renovation and unless the repair work is accellerated- the two teams might be forced to play their first-round home matches in either Karibib and Omaruru.
According to the Head of the Inspection team - they are planning to check on the readiness of other stadiums by next-week.