Ambassadors beach soccer team members and PHP beach soccer team members

West Point Wins Guinness Beach Soccer Tourney

Power Plant of West Point yesterday defeated Ambassadors of Mamba Point 6-4 in the finals of the second edition of LFA organized Guinness Beach Soccer Tournament.

The second edition of the two-day tournament was held on Florida beach in New Kru Town.

Earlier in the third place match, New Kru Town’s Florida Beach Soccer team defeated PHP Beach Soccer team, the defending champions, 4-3.

Jubilant PHP beach soccer players during the first edition in West Point

Guinness Beach Soccer at New Kru Town Lagoon

The consistency in cleaning the beaches in the New Kru Town area has made it possible for its hosting, for the first time, of a beach soccer tournament by the Liberia Football Association.

This weekend, the second edition of the LFA Guinness Beach Soccer Tournament will be held at the New Kru Town Lagoon Beach. The first tournament was held in the Township of West Point’s Serie A sports pitch, with PHP winning the two-day tournament.

PHP Beach Soccer Team, winner of the first game held in West Point, Monrovia

LFA Guinness Beach Soccer Tournament Hits New Kru Town

The Liberia Football Association will hold its 2nd Beach Soccer Football Tournament this weekend in the Borough of New Kru Town at the Lagoon Beach Soccer field.

The 2nd Beach Soccer tournament is being held under the sponsorship of Guinness, one of the brands of Club Beer and is code named the LFA Guinness Beach Soccer Tournament.

LFA 1st Vice President Musa Shannon said the beach soccer tournament will run for two days and will bring together 4 teams from Monrovia.

Flashback: action in the first leg game in Monrovia

Jr. Lone Star Begins Camping Thursday

Twenty five local players will move to camp tomorrow, Thursday, April 14, ahead of the Junior Lone Star CAF Under-20 qualifier next weekend in Conakry, Guinea.

According to a release from the LFA, the team will be camped at the Jandy’s Paradise in Marshall, Margibi County.

The Under-20 team must overturn a 2-0 deficit from the first leg in Monrovia in order to advance to the next stage of the qualifier.

Head Coach Christopher Wreh said the team has been involved in intensive training and will continue the drills ahead of departure to Conakry next week.

BYC ll Reaps US$10,000 for Defeating Marrakech at Home

The Liberia Football Association (LFA) has provided a check for US$10,000 to Knockout Champs, BYC II, in fulfillment of a promise to secure a home victory against Moroccan Club Kawkab Marrakech.

LFA President Musa H. Bility said the club was assured US$10,000 if they won the home, and the 2-0 convincing victory proved the point.

Bility presented the check and a certificate of recognition for the historic win yesterday in Monrovia.


Liberian Observer

E-mail us
Web rates:
Ads contact:
Call us
+231 775 984 124
Find us on Facebook
Find our e-editions (PDFs) online:
P.O. Box 1858
Monrovia, Liberia

Subscriber Links

Comment Here