The Liberia Football Association president, Mustapha Raji, has requested support from the English Football Association in capacity building to develop Liberian football from the grassroots level.
The Liberia Football Association has announced that an agreement was reached by executive committee members to give US$4,200 in grants to each club in the first, second, and women’s top divisions to help them during the Coronavirus pandemic.
The Liberia Football Association has become the latest institution to join the fight against the spread of the Coronavirus by donating US$7,500 worth of materials to the Ministry of Health.
Malaysian-based Liberian striker Kpah Sherman became the latest footballer to join the fight against the Coronavirus by making donations to the National Public Health Institute of Liberia.
The South African-based Liberian international, Anthony Laffor, has opened up on his suspension from the Lone Star in June 2012.
The captain of Liberiaâ€™s senior national team may be stuck in the U.S. due to the pandemic, but Sam Johnson hasn’t forgotten about Liberia. Through his non-profit, he has made several donations to communities, health workers, and the Women in Peace Building Network.
When the 2019-20 Liberia Football Association first division league began in November, not many fans thought the newly promoted Freeport Football Club could compete as a serious title contender.
The rise in competitive football in Liberia is increasingly apparent as the country’s top-flight league continues to see more and more teams fight for the leagueâ€™s top spots. For the first time in a decade, the Liberia Football Associationâ€™s first division league has graduated from a two-horse race for the top to include teams as far down as seventh-place tussling for an opportunity at the top of the league.