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Liberia Ship Corporate Registry Football Club

LISCR FC
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Full name Liberian International Shipping & Corporate Registry
Football Club
Nickname(s) LISCR F C
Founded August 1995
Ground Antoinette Tubman Stadium
Monrovia, Liberia
Ground Capacity 12000
Manager Frank J. Nagbe Sr
League Liberian Premier League
2010-11 1st

LISCR FC is a football (soccer) club from Liberia based in Monrovia. Their home stadium is the Antoinette Tubman Stadium. They won the LFA Knockout trophy twice (2X) and the Super Cup trophy twice (2X). They won the premiership title for the first time in their history in the 2010-11 season.

Achievements

2010-2011, 2011-2012
2004, 2005
  • Super Cup: 2
2004, 2011

Performance in CAF competitions

2012 -
2003 - Withdrew in First Round

Current squad

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
2 Liberia DF George Weah
3 Liberia DF Michael Jaesue
5 Liberia FW Namie Yancy
6 Liberia DF Emmanuel Tarpeh
7 Liberia DF Zayzay Kollie
9 Liberia MF Mohammed Varney
10 Benin MF Sossa Garel
11 Liberia MF Emette Wleh
14 Liberia DF Daniel Woto
14 Liberia MF Gideon Williams
15 Liberia FW Jonah Sarweih
17 Liberia MF Milton Smythe
No. Position Player
18 Liberia GK Sunday Seah
19 Liberia GK Eujay Radu
19 Liberia MF Alexander Dargbe
25 Liberia GK Farmolu Kamara
26 Liberia MF Abel Horton
28 Liberia FW Vitalis Sie
29 Liberia DF Alvin Dixon
30 Liberia DF Trokon Zeon

Trainer

  • Head coach: Gabriel Johns.
  • Assistant Coach: Prince Kolleh

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