There were wins for World Girls, Island Queens, Senior Pro and Earth Angels following this weekend’s Cellcom Women’s Division matches. World Girls 6-1 Naskids FC A goal by Josephine Palipue and a first-half hat-trick by Albertee Sawyer gave World Girls a 4-0 half-time lead. Sawyer opened the scoring in the 4th minute before adding her second in the 18th minute.
After a two-year hiatus, the Women’s League of the Liberia Football Association, the Cellcom Women’s Division, began over the weekend with four exciting matches. Week 1 started on Friday with the 2014/15 champions Earth Angels and Determined Girls playing to a goalless draw. In the first match on Saturday, Pro Sisters and debutants Naskids FC
The LFA is to hold an interactive forum before the start of the 2014/2015 season.The LFA 2014-2015 National League is set to kick off March 15 but not without an interactive forum on Saturday, January 10 at the ATS at 10am.The forum is expected to draw up to 60 participants from all categories of the league:
MONROVIA, Liberia – The Liberia Football Association, through its president Hassan Bility, has lifted the ban that was placed on football in the country due to the deadly Ebola outbreak. Speaking to reporters over the weekend, Mr. Bility said all football activities can now resume given the level of improvement in the fight against Ebola
Monrovia, Liberia The Liberia Football Association (LFA) today hosted a workshop for all CAF Licensed A & B Coaches at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium (ATS) in Central Monrovia. The workshop is part of the Club Licensing criteria set by CAF and FIFA for the upcoming 2014/2015 LFA league season. During the workshop, the following were
Monrovia, Liberia The Liberia Football Association, in collaboration with the Ministry of Youth and Sports and former National Team Players, launched an Ebola Awareness at the MICAT regular press conference in Monrovia earlier today. The campaign is sponsored by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation. Acting LFA president Musa Shannon, flanked by former players,
The LFA has begun the enforcement of the CAF Clubs Licensing aimed at standardizing African leagues and football development in general. This morning, LFA president Musa Bility and representatives from clubs had a meeting wherein he explained the regulations mandated by CAF and urged them to comply with these regulations. CAF has mandated that all