National soccer team players are expected to troop into camp Monday ahead of the 2012 African Cup of Nations qualifier match against Liberia in Monrovia on Saturday.
Most foreign based-players are expected this morning after turning out for their clubs at the weekend.
Zimbabwe are in a group that also features Cape Verde and Mali.
l Meawhile, the vice-president of the Zimbabwe National Soccer Supporters Association (Znssa) Eddie “Mboma” Nyatanga has called on fans from around the country to register with them for places in a chartered plane to the West African country.
The government has offered a chartered plane for the Warriors.
Nyatanga said: “We are taking people on a first come first served basis. There limited seats on the plane and we urge fans who want to travel to Monrovia.”
Foreign based players
Method Mwanjali, Lionel Mtizwa and Nyasha Mushekwi (Mamelodi Sundowns), Thomas Sweswe and Knowledge Musona (Kaizer Chiefs), Noel Kaseke (AC Amona, Cyprus), Onismor Bhasera (Plymouth Argyle, England), Costa Nhamoinesu (Zaglebie Lubin, Poland,), Justice Majabvi (Lask Linz, Austria), Quincy Antipas (Sonderjysk, Denmark), Celemence Matawu (Polonia Bytom, Poland), Edward Sadomba (Al Hilal) and Tafadzwa Rusike (Ajax Cape Town).