2015 Liberian First Division League

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LFA-Cellcom First Division
LFA Cellcom National League.jpg
Season 2015
Matches played 14
Goals scored 47 (3.36 per match)
Biggest home win Keitrace FC 5–1 Aries FC
(13 June 2015)
Biggest away win NPA Anchors 1–4 Keitrace FC
(07 June 2015)
Highest scoring Keitrace FC 5–2 Aries FC
(13 June 2015)
Longest winning run 2 games
Keitrace FC
LISCR F.C.
Longest unbeaten run 3 games
Watanga
Longest winless run 3 games
I.E.
Longest losing run 2 games
Aries FC
2013-14
All statistics correct as of 20 June 2015.
Note: Walkovers counted in matches played but not counted in goals scored.

The 2015 Liberian First Division League (known as the LFA-Cellcom First Division League for sponsorship reasons)[1] is the 42nd season of the Liberian Premier League, the Liberian professional league for association football clubs, since the league's establishment in 1956. The season began on 6 June 2015.

Teams[edit]

A total of 12 teams are contesting the league, including 9 sides from the 2013 season and three promoted from the 2013-2014 Second Division League. The teams are split up into two groups of six teams each.

Barrack Young Controllers (Monrovia)

ELWA United (Monrovia)

FC Fassell (Monrovia)

Holder FC (Monrovia)

Keitrace FC (Monrovia)

LISCR FC (Monrovia)

LPRC Oilers (Monrovia)

Mighty Dragons (Gbarnga)

Nimba United (Sanniquellie)

Watanga FC (Monrovia)



References[edit]

  1. ^ "LFA & Cellcom Renew Contract". LFA Leagues. 22 October 2013. 

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