The Liberia Football Association has lifted a two-year suspension on center referee Josephus Torjilar, who was found guilty of receiving bribes in 2019.
The Liberia Football Association has set October 24 as the kickoff date for the 2020-21 football season.
After several months of investigation on a missing US$200,000 intended for the Liberia Football Association from the Confederation of African Football, the LFA has announced that investigations have been concluded and the money will be repaid by CAF.
First division club LISCR FC has announced its decision to withdraw from the playoffs proposed by the Liberia Football Association’s executive committee. The competition was proposed to determine Liberia’s representatives in the next edition of the CAF Champions League and the CAF Confederations Cup.
One player affected by the cancellation of football is Liberia Women’s U17 striker, Annieta Tarpeh, who also plays in the Liberian women’s top division league with the Professional Sisters Football Club.
After several discussions with stakeholders, the Liberia Football Association has announced the cancellation of the 2019-20 Liberian football season, with all results nullified.
The Liberia Football Association is expected to announce a final decision on the 2020 football season today, May 4, after several consultations with stakeholders.
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.