The Liberia Football Association has waived registration fees of all third division clubs here in yet another effort to minimize the economic burden faced by Liberian clubs.
The Sports Writers Association of Liberia or SWAL has set up an electoral body to take the association to elections. Those appointed to conduct the pending elections are Momolu Sirleaf, chairman; Akosa Ike, co-chair; Zeogar James, secretary and Eddie Harmom, member.
Liberia's right-forward Weah Ephraim Harris has completed a one year playing term with Swedish side Söråkers FF for the 2014 season that kick off in April next year through October.
Liberia’s Football Association champions, Barrack Young Controllers or BYC1 will meet their Ghanaian counterpart Kotoko in the kick-off of the Confederation of African Football champions’ league in Ghana. The draw that was held in Marrakech, Morocco on Monday put BYC1 in the league for the first time against the champions of Ghana in their home.
The Liberia national Amputee football team, the Lone Star has made it to the 3rd straight final of the Amputee African Cup of Nation in Nairobi, Kenya. The Liberian Amputee striker Boye Khakie's penalty kick beats Ghana's Emmanuel Amponsah, powering the Lone Star into their 3rd straight final.
Street Child of Liberia, a local group here has celebrated the launch of a new partnership with Liberia-based water Beverage Company Aqua life with a football tournament that featured over 70 beneficiaries and some of the Street Soccer Academy players.
The President of the Liberia Football Association (LFA) Musa Bility has described fans here as very rude. Speaking at the LFA monthly news conference last Thursday, Bility lamented that fans in Liberia are the number one enemies of the game. He vented his frustration about the behavior of football supporters during local and international games in the country.
Liberian Referee Isaac T. Z. Montgomery has won the Best Referee award for the Liberia Football Association/Cellcom 2013 national league. He joined the Referees Association of Liberia in 2009 as a four division referee from the Sinkor league before going to FIFA in January this year.
Invincible Eleven (IE) Majestic Sports Association outgoing President, Dr. Richard Tolbert, urged players of the club to always do their best in national leagues.
Barrack Young Controllers (BYC) Chief Executive Officer, Robert Sirleaf, has said he’s in football for life, pledging to continually support the development of the game in Liberia.