Lautoka FC: is a no title season the necessary trigger for a victorious 2020?

Lautoka FC is one of the biggest football teams in Fiji. They lifted many trophies in the past seasons (six between 2015 and 2018) and is always one of the favourites for every competition held in the country. But this season was a bit different for the Blues once they did not win any competitionContinue reading “Lautoka FC: is a no title season the necessary trigger for a victorious 2020?”

Galaxy FC promotes mini championship for children

Galaxy FC from Vanuatu is promoting a mini championship for children this season. The kids were split in two categories: U13 and U10. Children from same category were split in some teams that will play against each other in a championship. Each team is managed by one or two players from club’s main squad. AsContinue reading “Galaxy FC promotes mini championship for children”

Port Vila Premier League – Match Week 2 preview

Port Vila Premier League second round begins on this Friday with a match between Galaxy and Mauwia. Oceania Football Center brings a preview for the weekend’s round in Vanuatu! Galaxy vs Mauwia Newly promoted Mauwia is going to have a lot of work to do against Galaxy on Friday’s match. They already faced each otherContinue reading “Port Vila Premier League – Match Week 2 preview”

Ba aims up bigger glories

Current champion of Vodafone Premier League, Ba is qualified for 2020 Oceania Champions League and really wants to be a serious candidate to win the continental tournament. So they are looking forward to strengthen their already strong squad and staff for OCL. Interested people can send a cover letter and Curriculum Vitae for admin@bafootball.org untilContinue reading “Ba aims up bigger glories”

When father and son made history together for Tongan football

Sometimes we hear about some cases of father and son playing for the same team and even scoring in the same match. There are some famous cases like the Gudjohnsen’s, the Iceland’s most famous footballing dynasty. While Arnor and Eidur Gudjohnsen never played together as team-mates, son Eidur replaced Arnor as a second-half substitute inContinue reading “When father and son made history together for Tongan football”

Bilikiki ends participation at World Beach Games

The Solomon Islands Beach Soccer National Team participation in 2019 World Games is over. Bilikiki lost all three matches and finished as fourth place in Group B. World Beach Games is organized by the Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC) and it was the first edition of the games, held in Doha (Qatar). Oceania hadContinue reading “Bilikiki ends participation at World Beach Games”

Fiji, please care about players’ physical health!

Fiji Inter-District Championship is over and we already talked about it in Oceania Football Center. This article’s purpose is to talk about an important thing that seems to be neglected by those who rule football in some places in Oceania: physioltogy. Physiology is the branch of biology that aims to understand the mechanisms of livingContinue reading “Fiji, please care about players’ physical health!”

Brian Kaltak: an inspiration for Pacific people

Solomon Islands U17 defender Charlton Totori recently said that Brian Kaltak is his favourite defender – He has great vision in the game and he is also a melanesian like me – said Totori to Raw Sports Newspaper. Totori is one of the called-up players for FIFA U17 World Cup that will be held inContinue reading “Brian Kaltak: an inspiration for Pacific people”

Taniela Rakariva: the 2019 Fijian Golden Boot

With the end of the Inter-District Championship, there’s only Champion vs. Champion remaining to finish the Fiji football season, with Labasa and Ba deciding the last title of 2019. Even with these two matches not scheduled yet, it’s not too early to talk about the season’s top scorers. When we think about good forwards inContinue reading “Taniela Rakariva: the 2019 Fijian Golden Boot”

Two debutants in OFC Futsal Nations Cup

This year will be historic for Tonga and American Samoa. That’s the first time they will play OFC Futsal Championship (now OFC Futsal Nations Cup) that will be held in Nouméa. The championship is scheduled to happen between 27 October and 2 November. Tongan delegation will stay in Auckland for a week before going toContinue reading “Two debutants in OFC Futsal Nations Cup”