Zomba Community Centre (ZCC) ground, like Mzuzu Stadium, may not be fit to host Super League matches after its perimeter wall collapsed on Sunday.
The incident happened while people sat on it to watch a friendly match between Zomba United and Be Forward Wanderers.
However, there were no casualties.
The incident comes about two weeks before the TNM Super League 2016 season kicks off.
Earlier this year, Zomba City Council (ZCC) chief executive Dyson Jangia assured people in the old capital that the facility would be renovated by February after another part of the wall collapsed last December during a TNM Super League match involving Zomba-based Red Lions and visiting Mzuzu University (Mzuni) FC.
He further said the area would cost ZCC close to K500 000 to rebuild.
Meanwhile, concerned residents have threatened to march in protest against ZCC’s failure to renovate the facility.
One of the residents, Andy Kalambula, said the community centre is gradually becoming a deathtrap as it has outlived its lifespan since its inception in 1944, and should be rehabilitated.
Zomba-based Southern Region Football League teams and Super League outfit Red Lions, use ZCC ground.
Last season, Football Association of Malawi (FAM) and Super League of Malawi (Sulom) black-listed the venue to its dilapidated state.