Samira Football Club, Bristol Football Club, and Junior Professionals are the latest teams to join Invincible Eleven to being dropped from the Liberia Football Association’s second division league.
The Liberia Football Association has relegated Liberia’s oldest club to the third division.
Liberia’s darling club, the Invincible Eleven, has begun preparations for a new league season that will be spent in the second tier of Liberian football, the Liberia Football Association Second Division League.
Football fans will have to wait until the final day of league play to know who will be crowned champion of the Liberia Football Association’s first division league after the Invincible Eleven held LISCR FC back.
As usual, the matches for the independence celebration across the globe involves two of Liberia’s traditional clubs, Mighty Barrolle and Invincible Eleven, while others set up a team comprising of Liberians to play against different nationalities.
With just three rounds of league games to end the current Liberia Football Association first division league season, the storied Mighty Barrolle continues its fight to escape from the relegation zone.
The Antoinette Tubman Stadium was the center of football attraction on Monday evening when football fans turned out to watch two of Liberia’s older teams, Mighty Barrolle and the Invincible Eleven, battle each other in round 18 of the Liberia Football Association’s first division league.
The 18th round of matches in the ongoing Liberia Football Association’s first division will take place this weekend with some exciting matches across Monsterrado as teams will be hoping to keep alive their hopes of the championship, while some others will aim for a win to continue their fight from the relegation zone.