FOOTBALL FOR SOCIAL CHANGE

Livingstone Youth Football Academy coach Selina attended a 5 Day young women football coaches training course in Lusaka. Selina Mashewa recently returned from a grass root football and football3 training course. She attended the training for her capacity building and also to gain knowledge that will push the academy’s objectives of using football as a …

ACADEMY WEEKEND NEWS

The academy had some league matches played over the just ended weekend with action coming in from the Under-15 girls league and the mens team in Southern Division II. The girls team had a rocky game against  4-ways Nakatindi on Saturdday. The girls played a good game that was not short of thrilling moments and …

LYFA WIN THE LEAGUE

The Livingstone Youth Football Academy men’s team competing in Southern Division II has won the league with two games to spare. LYFA yesterday beat Livingstone team Come All Football Academy to secure their qualification to Division I by leading the logs by 7 points. The match saw two early goals scored by Chimuka Mainza and …

PLAYER PROGRESSION

We are proud to report that some players have graduated and gone up the ladder in our academy hierarchy. The progressions involve male players graduating from the younger to older academies. This means their personal training targets have changed and becoming more tactical and cognitive in nature. 5 boys have graduated from the Under-14 team …

ACADEMY WEEKEND GAMES

The LYFA is now operating in full swing with both male and female academy teams actively participating in regional leagues. The just ended Easter weekend was action packed with the academy being represented in different locations in varying football categories. The U20 men's team participating in LIDAFA (Livingstone District Amateur Football Association) competition was playing …

WEEKEND NEWS

The just ended weekend was not as busy with the girls under-15 game being won by way of walk over. The weekend matches were set for under 15 girls, boys under 20, junior academy league games and the senior team. Unfortunately two of the set matches were won by walk over rule as our opponents …

WEEKEND NEWS

Sunday was Matchday 2 for the senior boys team and also their first game in Division 1. After winning Division 2 and being promoted, the team was in it to weigh their chances of getting top tier in the new league. It was a great game to watch and was not short of action. LYFA's …

LIVINGSTONE YOUTH CROWD FUNDING FOR HUMAN RIGHTS

The Livingstone Youth Football Academy recently got accepted to this incredible crowdfunding site called Global Giving. This is a huge opportunity for the academy to raise money to grow its programs by investing in income generating programs aimed at the academy becoming self sustainable. The campaign is huge exposure for LYFA, but the initiation and …