DATE: Monday September 11 at 18:00 hours GMT
VENUE: Cape Coast stadium
Sierra Leone home-based squad will battle against their Nigerian counterpart this evening in Cape Coast, Ghana for a place in the group stages of the West Africa Football Union (WAFU) 2017 tournament.
Rising Queens’ striker, Angela ‘Boko’ Kich scored a fantastic spot kick in the 70th minute to gift her side a convincing victory over arch rivals, Mena Queens in the grand finals of the National Women’s Championship last Sunday at the Wusum Stadium in Makeni City.
In a letter dated 31st August 2017 and addressed to the General Secretary of the Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA), FIFA has named four people, who will provide assistance to the SLFA in the implementation of integrity tests on all “potential delegates” as stated in the MoU sign
Despite grabbing the opener through Fatmata ‘Drogba’ Turay in the 15th minute, the Sierra Leone’s U-20 Women’s team went down by a 2-1 margin in a match that could be described as pulsating and entertaining.
The Women's football Under 20 head coach, Victoria Conteh is optimistic that her team will shine in tomorrow's friendly encounter against their Moroccan counterpart in Rabat, Morocco.
A High Court Judge has on Friday August 25th ordered that “funds be made available by the executive committee whose mandate was extended by the Fifa letter of 3rd August 2017” to permit the FA in running the affairs of the Secretariat until the substantive matter is dealt with.
Sierra Leone Women’s Under-20 team has progressed to the last eight of the FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup, France 2018 qualifiers after Tunisia withdrew from the competition due to reasons unknown.
Morocco Football Federation has invited the Sierra Leone national U-20 women’s team for a friendly encounter scheduled for August 26/27 at the Prince Moulay Abdellah Stadium in Rabat, Morocco.
World Football governing body (FIFA) and the Confederation of Africa Football (CAF) were among the first set of international bodies to send in consolatory messages to the government and people of Sierra Leone after the mudslide and flooding disaster that hit Freetown on Monday August 14, claimin
Sierra Leone is making yet another attempt at bringing women’s football back to prominence in the country – a seeming rebirth of women’s football, and this is by the launch of the Ladies Cup.
Members of the Eastern Region Football Association have in a strong worded resolution dissociate themselves from the four-point resolution announced by some group of football stakeholders calling itself the “Sierra Leone Football Association Membership” and strongly declare their support for FIFA
After being quiet for one of the longest period in her entire four-year reign, the Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA) President, Madam Isha Johansen has broken her silence with a very big surprise for both her adversaries and her allies.
The Technical Department of the Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA) has concluded a two-week intensive 'C' License training cour
Sierra Leone’s FA President, Madam Isha Johansen is among 15 other FA Presidents in West Africa who are currently in Dakar, Senegal to sign a long-term sponsorship deal with FOX Network
The Confederation of African Football has for the first time endorsed a gender focused initiative with PowerPlay Africa - a campaign to empower women and girls in Africa through footbal
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