Watanga Football Club reached the semifinals of the Liberia Football Associationâ€™s offseason ‘Who Owns the Land’ tournament after eliminating the 2019 first division champions, LPRC Oilers FC.
History was made on the final day of the 2019 Liberia Football Association First Division as LPRC Oilers were crowned champions after playing to a goalless draw against Watanga Football Club at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium to finish the league season unbeaten.
Round 10 of the 2019 Liberia Football Associationâ€™s first division produced surprising results, with FC Fassell grabbing their first win and high-ranking clubs like Watanga Football Club and LISCR FC experiencing defeats.
The 2019 Blue Cup hosted by Liberiaâ€™s first division and FA Cup champions Barrack Young Controllers got underway on Thursday, February 14 with the host securing a remarkable victory over newly promoted Paynesville-based second division club Muscat Football Club.
Liberia Football Association Cup and first division defending champions, Barrack Young Controllers Football Club is set to host its second preseason tournament, the Blue Cup.
Head Coach Thomas Kojo has released his provisionally listing of players for the Lone Starâ€™s crucial encounter against Zimbabwe on Sunday, November 18.
The winners of the First Division and the FA Cup beat off reported competition with Soccer Missionaries FC Fassell and Oil Boys LPRC Oilers to complete their third signing in the transfer window, following the arrival of striker Mark Paye from Barrack Young Controllers Football Club and Amadiah Kawah from Keitrace Football Club.
With the opening date of the 2017-18 season still unknown, the Paynesville-based Watanga Football Club has started early preparations to compete for titles.