OFC competitions and activities postponed due COVID-19 outbreak

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The COVID-19 outbreak is the reason why all competitions and activities organized by Oceania Football Confederation are postponed. The OFC Champions League and OFC Nations Cup will directly affected due the Coronavirus cases spread all over the planet; for health reasons the competitions will not take place as scheduled previously.

The following competitions will be postponed until 6th May, 2020.

OFC Nations Cup – Preliminary Stage: 21th-27th March, 2020
OFC U17 Women’s Championship: 6th-19th April, 2020
OFC Champions League 2020 – Quaterfinals: 4th and 5th April, 2020
OFC Champions League 2020 – Semifinals: 25th and 26th April, 2020

The competitions, that previously were schedyled to take place in March and April, will be forced to be postponed until May when OFC is set to reschedule the competitons for their new dates.

Although it’s disappointing to postpone our scheduled events and competitions, the Executive Committee’s decision was taken following careful consideration of the best and most recent available advice to us. The health and safety of our staff, our players and officials in our member associations as well as the wellbeing of the people across our Pacific region will always take priority for our organisation”, OFC General Secretary Franck Castillo said to Oceania Football Confederation official website.

All workshops, meetings and techincal activities held by OFC are also postponed until the mentioned date above.


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