The 2019 Liberia Football Association regular season is off to a start, with all 12 teams in the first division actively playing on opening day.
The annual Liberia Diaspora Tournament is set to kick off today, Sunday, December 31 at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium with four teams set to participate in the two-day event.
With the opening date of the new season yet to be announced, the Shipping Boys are busy securing top signings for the new season, which also features appearances in Africa’s premier club competition, the CAF Champions League.
The first division league season has ended with the Gardnesville-based LISCR Football Club being crowned as champions on the final day of matches.
Liberia’s first division league leaders LISCR Football Club has seen its unbeaten run come to an end after a narrow 3-2 loss to fellow first division club, Keitrace Football Club.
The third round of the Liberia Football Association Cup was played during the week with Nimba United securing the only victory among the three first legs matches.
In light of the Barrack Young Controllers’ string of disappointments, team captain Van-Dave Harmon has apologized to fans for his team’s dull performances.
The 2017 Liberia Football Association Knockout Cup continued during the week with the historic Mighty Barrolle suffering a shocking defeat to the third division championship club, Samira Football Club.