The Qatari Embassy here ended the celebration of a sporting day here in commemoration of its National Sport Day in the State of Qatar, which is celebrated on the second Tuesday of February every year by the Government and the People of that oil rich country.
Liberia Football Association champions Nimba United FC will this Sunday host Cameroon Football Association runner-up champs Union Douala, at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium in Monrovia for the first round of the Confederation of African Football or CAF Champions League.
The Lone Star of Liberia is in the Ivorian capital Abidjan for a World Cup Qualifiers return leg with the Elephants of Ivory Coast.
-Evolving Factors in Bility’s Disqualification
Liberian football was struck three distinct blows over the last week, and within a space of two days. The death of Football Association Secretary General Alphonso Armah after a stiff fight with liver cancer; the disqualification of Football Association President Musa Bility as a candidate of the FIFA presidency and the national football team’s The Lone Star’s defeat in a stunning 1-0 at the hands of The Elephants in Monrovia.
Liberians are converging in their thousands today at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium or ATS in Monrovia in a show of support as the nation’s only pride, the Lone Star hosts the Elephants of Ivory Coast, Africa’s defending champions in the first leg of the 2018 World Cup qualifiers, scheduled in Russia.
The Federation of International Football Association or FIFA has confirmed seven candidates, including Liberia’s Musa Hassan Bility for its pending election February, 2016.
The Liberian National team, the Lone Star achieved its first away victory in many years with a convincing 3-1 win Tuesday, 13 October against Guinea Bissau in the country’s capital, Bissau.
The nation’s pride – the Lone Star, take on the national team of Guinea Bissau today at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium in Monrovia as part of the World Cup Qualifiers.
LISCR FC has congratulated Nimba United FC for winning this year’s Liberia Football Association or LFA First Division championship.
The Liberia Football Association national league ended in a grand style Sunday, 27 September at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium (ATS) in Monrovia with Nimba United walking away as champions.