Liberian international striker Francis Grandpa Doe, who plies his trade with Malaysian Premiership outfit NS Matrix, continues to woo fans in that part of the world with his goal scoring ability. The striker scored his 17th goal of the season from 19 matches in a 2-0 win against Malaysian Premiership leader, Kedah Football League.
The Technical Director of the Liberia Football Association, Henry Brown, has emphasized the urgent need for more support to women football in Liberia.
Liberia’s International Kpan Sherman has moved to Premier Soccer League club Black Aces of South Africa on a three years deal. The Liberian international joined the Mpumalanga club from Tanzanian side Young African Sport Club.
The International Federation of Maracana Sport has announced August 2015 for its international conference on the sport to discuss the way forward in promoting the game in West Africa.
Assistant Youth and Sports Minister, Murvee Gray, has called on the Senate Standing Committee on Youth and Sports in the 53rd Liberian Legislature to increase the ministry’s budget.
The Liberia national amputee football team, the Lone Star has launched a US$1.00 campaign to help raise funds to travel to the United States in August for an international tournament.
The Liberia Karate-Do Federation- a unit organization of the Liberia National Olympic Committee, recently hosted its first post-Ebola Karate competition and Exhibition at the Sports Commission down town Broad Street in Central Monrovia.
Two times Champions of the Liberia football Association (LFA) league LISCR FC is one of three clubs that qualified for the triangular final of the President Cup this year.
The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has given Liberia green light to play home international matches following the end of Ebola here.
CAF in July last year banned the country from hosting football matches because of the Ebola outbreak, restricting local teams participating in CAF tournament to play home games outside Liberia.
The President of the Liberia Football Association, Musa Billity says the Liberia Coco-Cola Bottling Company has partnered with the GSM Company, Cellcom to sponsor the national league.