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.
Local football is set to return to Liberia on Sunday, February 24, according to the Liberia Football Association.
Liberiaâ€™s national team has been hit with a major blow after it was announced that two players failed their medical tests prior to the teamâ€™s training camp, which began on Wednesday, January 16 at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium in Monrovia.
The head coach of the Liberian national team, Thomas Kojo, has invited 26 locally based players for Lone Starâ€™s training camp ahead of the crucial 2019 African Cup of Nations qualifiers against D.R. Congo in Kinshasa on March 22.
The 2018-19 CAF Champions and Confederation Cup will continue without a Liberian club after Liberia’s last representative, LISCR Football Club, were sent out by Algerian side, USM Bel Abbes on Wednesday, December 5 at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium in Monrovia.
Liberiaâ€™s first division and FA Cup champions Barrack Young Controllers Football Club have been booted out of the 2018-19 CAF Champions League by Guinean side, Horoya AC. BYC FC bowed out of the competition after falling to back-to-back defeats.
The head coach of the senior national team of Liberia, Thomas Kojo, has released his final list of players for Lone Starâ€™s crucial African Cup of Nations Qualifiers against Zimbabwe on Sunday, November 18 at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium.
Earth Angels Football Club has finished as champions of the Liberia Football Associationâ€™s female First Division League, after berating rivals Senior Pro Football Club in a championship match played at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium on Sunday, November 4.