Timothy Weah, right, played for the U.S. under-17 team earlier this year. Timothy Weah signed his first professional contract with Paris Saint-Germain on Monday, tying the United States youth international to the Parc des Princes until 2020.
The Ministry of Youth and Sports in collaboration with the Liberian Women and Sports Association (LWASA) ended a two day intensive training for women and girls in sports at the Konuwa High School auditorium in Bardnesville.
Liberia will play Sierra Le¬one on June 5, 2017 in Mon¬rovia in an international friendly football encounter at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium. The Liberia Football Asso¬ciation said it has accepted a request from the Sierra Leo¬nean Football Association for the game to be played on FIFA International match day in Monrovia.
Both countries are pre¬paring for the 1st round qualifying matches of the 2019 African Cup of Nations scheduled for Cameroon. According to a release from the LFA, a 30 member strong Sierra Leone Foot¬ball delegation will arrive in Monrovia this weekend to honor the fixture. Liberia is expected to fly to Harare where the Lone Star will face the Warriors of Zimbabwe while the Leone Stars of Sierra Leone will host the Harambee Stars of Kenya in Freetown on the weekend of June 8 to 10, 2017. The national team has been training for the last few weeks at the Antoinette Tub¬man Stadium. Montpel¬
Two local wrestlers have been licensed by the International Wrestling Federation has international wrestlers. The president of the Liberia Wrestling Federation (LWF), George Gould, told the Capital Times Sports Desk that the nation can now boast of international wrestlers who will be called upon on many occassions to represent their country.
An Executive Committee member of the Liberia Football Association says it is very risky to publically be involved into national politics as president and executive committee members of the nation’s football governing body.
The project which is intended to scot young girls that have passion to play football will see fifty-five (55) schools nationwide benefit, the Liberia Football Association (LFA) Female Football Committee has disclosed.