The Ministry of Youth and Sports has donated a 61-seater bus to the Liberia Football Association to be used by the national football teams.
The organizing body of the National County Sports Meet, the Ministry of Youth and Sports, has declared Grand Kru as the champions of the 2019-20 football tournament while the Nimba team was fined US$1,500 for abandoning the match.
The fight to reach the 2019-20 National County Sports Meet quarterfinals continued on the second matchday, with Maryland grabbing its first win of the competition, while Gbarplou and Lofa safely secured their places in the quarterfinals.
International boxing champ, Freddy Kiwitt, has unveiled plans to support grassroots boxing in his native Liberia during a visit to the country.
Lone Star’s football team has departed for an upcoming international friendly with Egypt.
Ahead of Liberia’s return leg in Chad, Liberians learned that its celebrated goal scorer, William Jebor, had withdrawn from the team and threatened not to play for Liberia again.
The Ministry of Youth and Sports has announced a major change to the football category of the National County Sports, limiting the number of times a player can participate in the tournament to twice.
The quarterfinals of the 2018-19 National County Sports Meet have come to an end with Bomi and Grand Gedeh joining Margibi and Gbarpolu in the semifinals of the football category while Grand Bassa and Bong joined Margibi and Nimba in the semifinals of the kickball category.