The Confederation of African Football has banned the National Sports stadium from hosting the international matches until outstanding grey areas at the stadium are renovated.
CAF granted Zimbabwe the approval to host Ethiopia in their last World Cup qualifying match next month.
The National Sports stadium was initially banned from hosting senior teams’ matches in 2020 but was provisionally cleared allowing the Warriors to host Africa Cup of Nations and World Cup qualifiers.
CAF has mandated Zimbabwe to install bucket seats at the National Sports stadium, electronic turnstiles, venue operation centre and the renovation of the B Arena.
The continental body wants the National Sports stadium to be fully mordenised and brought to the required international standards.
Zimbabwe is likely to host their next international matches outside the country until renovations are done at the stadium.