The football mother body has also appealed to football fans to show their support for the Warriors by buying the travel packages on offer to enable them to accompany the national team to Liberia.
The Warriors received a timely boost last week when ZIFA Board member finance, Retired Brigadier General Elliot Kasu announced that the government had chartered a plane for the national teamâ€™s assignment in the Liberian capital.
Â While some football followers may question the significance of a chartered plane for the Warriors trip to Liberia, ZIFA Board member competitions, Benedict Moyo outlined the principal advantages.
ZIFA board member marketing, Mike Munyati appealed to soccer loving Zimbabweans, to show their allegiance to the Warriors cause by buying the special travel packages on offer which are going for US$1 500, which will cover Airfares, visa fees, accommodation and meals.
The Warriors -Lone Stars match will take place at the Samuel Kanyon Doe Stadium in Monrovia at 4pm next Sunday.
The Warriors are expected to leave for the West Coast of Africa on Friday evening and are expected to arrive in Liberia in the early hours of Saturday.