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#OFCCL | 2017 Oceania Champions League Match Schedule confirmed - Le calendrier des matchs de la Champions League 2017 confirmé

Fans wanting to follow Oceania’s premier international club competition in 2017 can get their diaries out as the match schedule for the OFC Champions League 2017 has been confirmed.

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2017 #OFCCL Match Schedule confirmed

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Lupe Ole Soaga confident for OFCCL

Having made an impressive debut to the OFC Champions League in 2015, Lupe Ole Soaga are confident of making a return to the 2017 edition, which begins in Tonga on January 28.

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Lupe Ole Soaga confident for OFCCL

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FEATURE | Lea’alafa’s unforgettable 2016

2016 was quite the year for Micah Lea’alafa. The Auckland City and Solomon Islands star competed in a staggering three major FIFA tournaments on three different continents for club and country.

As well as featuring in Oceania FIFA World Cup qualifying for the first time with Solomon Islands - a cluster of 900 individual islands to the north east of...
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Lea’alafa’s unforgettable 2016

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OFC CHAMPIONS LEAGUE QUALIFIER | Puaikura confident with Calcott at helm

Matt Calcott will take over the reins of Cook Islands champions Puaikura FC for the upcoming OFC Champions League Qualifier kicking off in Tonga on 28 January.

The former Cook Islands U-20 men’s coach, who guided Team Wellington to their maiden New Zealand title last season, will carry on the good work and development...
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Puaikura confident with Calcott at helm

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PNG eager for NZ U-17 friendlies

In preparation for the OFC U-17 Championship in February, the Papua New Guinea U-17 national team will travel to New Zealand later this month for a series of friendly matches.

PNG U-17 coach Harrison Kamake has been working hard with the squad since November 2016 and is looking forward to seeing how the players compete against the New Zealand and Fiji U-17...
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PNG eager for NZ U-17 friendlies

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Solomon Islands defend U-12 futsal title in Australia

Future Kurukurus in the making showcased the on-court talent of the Solomon Islands when they won the 2017 FFA National Futsal Championship U-12 competition for a second year in a row with a 5-2 win against New South Wales Lightnings in the final on Sunday.
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Solomon Islands defend U-12 futsal title in Australia

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Chung re-elected as PNGFA President

OFC President David Chung has become the longest serving president in the history of Papua New Guinea Football Association after being re-elected for a fourth term at the 14th PNGFA Congress in Kimbe on 28 December 2016.
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Chung re-elected as PNGFA President

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OUT NOW | OFC Monthly – Episode 5

In the first edition for 2017 of we take a look at the preparations of Cook Islands club champions Puaikura FC as they prepare for the OFC Champions League Qualifier later this month, before reflecting on current OFC Champions League title holders Auckland City’s campaign at the 2016 FIFA Club World Cup in Japan.

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OFC MONTHLY Episode 5

OFC Monthly is a magazine style show bringing football activities from around the Pacific region to fans of Oceania football across the globe.

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EXPANSION | 48 team FIFA World Cup from 2026

The FIFA Council has unanimously decided in favour of expanding the FIFA World Cup™ to a 48-team competition as of the 2026 edition.

World football’s supervisory and strategic body held its third meeting at the Home of FIFA in Zurich on 9 and 10 January, and decided on a new tournament format with the 48 national teams split into 16 groups of...
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48 team FIFA World Cup from 2026

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LEGACY | The FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup was warmly embraced by male and female fans in Papua New Guinea and the hope is that the initiatives created around the tournament will lay a strong foundation for women and girls to continue to grow their game.

Leaving a Lasting Legacy for Women’s Football in PNG

The FIFA U20 Women’s World Cup was warmly embraced by male and female fans in Papua New Guinea and the hope is that the initiatives created around the tourna...

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INTERVIEW | Kiani Wong may only be 16 years old, but she's leading the charge for a women's football revival in Tahiti.

Wong spent the past ten years developing her skills with AS Tefana, but six months ago embarked on the biggest challenge of her young life to date - a move to France to pursue her football career.
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Wong making waves in France

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Satchell stands out for New Zealand 'A'

Half-time substitute Paige Satchell guided the New Zealand A team to a 3-1 victory against Thailand in their second match at Fred Taylor Park in West Auckland last night.
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Satchell stands out for New Zealand 'A'

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SANCTIONED | The Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) has been sanctioned for fielding an ineligible player in the FIFA World Cup Qualifier between the Solomon Islands and Tahiti on 7 November 2016.
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Solomon Islands Sanctioned

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Smeltz returns to Phoenix

Two-time Oceania Footballer of the Year Shane Smeltz is returning to the club where he began his Hyundai A-League career.

Smeltz, 35, has signed with the Wellington Phoenix for the rest of the 2016-2017 season and sees no reason why he can’t prove himself good enough to earn another contract for the following year.
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Smeltz returns to Phoenix

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NZ 'A' beat Thailand

A new-look New Zealand A women’s team came home strong to defeat a determined Thailand side 2-0 at Mt Smart Stadium in Auckland on Saturday.

Game 2 is tomorrow night in Whenuapai, Auckland.

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NZ 'A' beat Thailand

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NZ A | Erceg eager for Thailand clash

Football Ferns skipper Abby Erceg is looking forward to leading a young New Zealand A team against Thailand in two international friendlies beginning this week.

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Erceg eager for Thailand clash

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SOLOMON ISLANDS | Just Play changes gender game

In football-obsessed Solomon Islands, the Just Play OFC programme is working for a fairer, more inclusive society. It is also making football dreams come true.
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Just Play changes gender game

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Merrick steps down from Phoenix

Oceania’s only professional football team is looking for a leader to turn their season around after Ernie Merrick stepped down from his position as head coach of Wellington Phoenix FC.

The two-time A-League champion felt that with recent results he had taken the team as far as he could.

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Merrick steps down

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TAHITI | Development continues for women's game

The development of women's football in Tahiti is set to continue under the watchful eye of the newly appointed FTF Women's Football Project Manager Stéphanie Spielmann.

The Championnat Vahine was launched last season and continues to play a role in providing opportunities for the nation's female footballers, but that's not the only thing on...
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Development continues for women's game

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CHAMPIONS | Pride claim third title in four years

Canterbury United Pride earned a third New Zealand National Women’s League title in four years after a well-deserved 2-0 win over Capital Football in the final at English Park in Christchurch on Sunday.

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Pride claim third title in four years

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