The Liberia Football Association has provided clarification relating to claimed by soccer fans across the country during the first round on matches.
Fans at the D-Tweh, Kakata and ATS sport pitches claimed that the FA said all premier league games are free, but the FA has come out more information identifying pitches that are free entrance.
Those venue are the Harbel play ground and around the field of the Antoinette Tubman Stadium (ATS) in Monrovia, not the other venues.
The FA spokesman Henry Flomo said: “The Football House says its promise for fans to enjoy free gates at games does not extend to every venue other than two facilities-ATS and Harbel.
Unlike the ATS, Harbel play ground is absolutely free, as mandated by the Firestone Management. The rest of the venues: D-Tweh, Doris Williams, Kakata, Gbarnga, Ganta and Saniquelle fields are chargeable.
Local fans turned up in their numbers during LISCR vs. BYC battle in New Kru Town last Saturday, but the are needs from the FA to reconsidered their matches schedule for D. Tweh venue, because the setting capacity was unable to host fans of both clubs, with the lines-man about 30 centimeter from the sideline.
In inclusion of the Ganta Sport pitch will add another history to this administration; Nimbaians will watch their first ever local premier action this Sunday between Nimba FC and Jubilee FC.