The Ministry of Youth and Sports has suspended all basketball activities in the country and forwarded the current leadership crisis within the Liberia Basketball Association to the Federation of International Basketball Association, (FIBA)-Africa.
Foreign based Liberian player Michel Okai has decided to offer relief items in the midst of the deadly Ebola virus outbreak in the country.
The President of the Liberia Football Association, Musa Bility has disclosed that the 2013/14 national league will close this Friday at the BYC -PHP home ground, U. N Drive, south of Monrovia.
Members of the Liberia Athletics Federation or LAF have approved the organization’s budget for 2015 at an Extraordinary Congress held at the head offices of the Liberia National Olympic Committee over the weekend.
The Ministry of Youth and Sports has scheduled the annual National County Sports Meet this year for March with Grand Bassa County picked to host the final matches.
MUSCAT FC is mourning the death of one of its brightest rising soccer stars Opor Thompson. According to MUSCAT FC founder Theophilus Collins, Opor died on Monday this week at the SOS Hospital in Congo Town, outskirt of Monrovia.
The electoral commission of the Liberia Basketball Association has set February 18, 2015 for voting which is being described by many as white ballot poll.
Already, the commission has qualified six candidates to vie for various positions.
The Liberia Basketball Association has lifted the ban imposed on the game because of the Ebola outbreak in Liberia.
The ban was imposed on the association last August as part of measures to stop the spread of the Ebola virus disease here.
The Ministry of Youth and Sports (MYS) in collaboration with the Liberia Basketball Association (LBA) has set a kickoff date for a pending Upcountry Basketball Tournament from March 13 to 16, 2015.
The annual basketball festival is to take place in the auditorium of the William V.S. Tubman-Gray United Methodist High School in Gbarnga, Bong County.
The Liberia Football Association (LFA) has strongly taken a stand that will ensure coaches, players and medics get improved incentives from clubs.
This decision is in fulfillment of mandate imposed by CAF and FIFA to ensure adequate preparations by local clubs.