The first international club championship match for Liberia’s LISCR FC comes alive this Sunday at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium in Monrovia. The club is expected to prove itself as champions of Liberia against Berekum Chelsea of Ghana.
The Invincible Eleven Majestic Sports Association will host a general assembly Friday night at the Krystal Ocean-view Hotel in Monrovia. The occasion is dubbed: Yellow Night.
Liberia’s former international midfielder Kelvin Sebwe, who recently resigned his post as deputy head coach of the Lone Star, has rubbished comments from the President of the Liberia Football Association Bility Miusa regarding his resignation.
The Liberia Football Association and the world football governing body FIFA are yet to reach a conclusion on the pronouncement of Rochelle Woodson as Liberia’s female representative to the FIFA Committee for Women's Football and the FIFA Women's World Cup (TM) for 2015, including the Canadian Female World Cup.
Liberia’s international goalkeeper Louis Crayton, has been employed by the World Football Governing Body FIFA as a Goalkeeper Instructor.
The Lone Star’s invitation to overseas players seeking involvement with national duty recently landed a Belgium based Liberian midfielder Papy Keita, ahead of the just canceled friendly encounter with the Eagles of Nigeria.
Two times National County Sports Meet (soccer) defending champion Nimba County is comfortably positioned to repeat history this Sunday, 8 January after a 2-0 victory on Wednesday against Grand Bassa County to advance to the grand finale.
The club of Liberia’s international defender Solomon Grimes, Nea Salamis FC thrashed home side Ayia Napa FC 4-2 in the first round of the Cyprian cup fixture, and the club will face Aris FC on Sunday during their 12 league encounter in that county’s first division.
Following several months of works at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium, FIFA, along with a local construction company, the Associated Energy System, has dedicated the Stadium to the Liberia Football Association at a colorful ceremony on Saturday December 3, 2011, but there are huge challenges with the lighting setup at stadium.
Liberia played a determined game to defeat host Ghana 4-2 on penalties to win the African amputee football tournament at the Sports Stadium here on Saturday.