Auckland City FC succumbs against Egyptian giant and is out of FIFA Club World Cup 2022

The dreams of Auckland City FC have come to an end as they suffered a 3-0 defeat against Egyptian giants Al Ahly, in Morocco today. Despite their best efforts, the Navy Blues were unable to secure a victory against a team of Al Ahly’s caliber. The African powerhouse cruise past the New Zealand club toContinue reading “Auckland City FC succumbs against Egyptian giant and is out of FIFA Club World Cup 2022”

Fiji Football U-20 signed with Argentinian coach Rodolfo Zapata

Aiming the preparation for the FIFA U-20 World Cup in Indonesia in May this year, Fiji Football U-20 has announced today new coach Rodolfo Zapata from Argentina. Zapata will command the Junior Bula Boys which performed an amazing campaign in the OFC U-19 Championship 2022. It was the first time Fiji have made the regionalContinue reading “Fiji Football U-20 signed with Argentinian coach Rodolfo Zapata”

Al-Sadd needs extra-time to beat Hienghène Sport

Hienghéne Sport fought hard against Al-Sadd and impressed all the fooball world with a close match against a full-professional side, current the title holders of Qatar first tier. Hienghène used a defensive formation to avoid spaces for the opposition side. They were succesful until the 26th minute of play when Baghdad Bounedjah found the netsContinue reading “Al-Sadd needs extra-time to beat Hienghène Sport”

Hienghène is the first team to arrive in Qatar for FIFA Clubs World Cup

The Oceania Football Confederation representants is the first side to reach Doha in Qatar to play the FIFA Clubs World Cup. Hienghène Sport will be among giant teams as Liverpool FC from England and the traditional Brazilian side CR Flamengo. This will be the first experience of any New Caledonian side in the competition –Continue reading “Hienghène is the first team to arrive in Qatar for FIFA Clubs World Cup”

Hienghène Sport departs to Qatar

The Oceania representants in the FIFA Clubs World Cup Hienghène Sport departed today – 29th November – to Doha, Qatar where they will playing against the local champions Al-Sadd in the first round of the tournament. It is a do-or-die match for the OFC Champions League winners – a win would create history for theContinue reading “Hienghène Sport departs to Qatar”

Hienghène Sport signs former Malampa Revivors midfielder

It was announced today by Nouvelle-Calédonie 1. that the current OFC Champions League title holders Hienghène Sport added a new player to their squad in order to compete at FIFA Clubs World Cup to be played in December. The former Malampa Revivors player is the Japanese Kohei Matsumoto, that recently signed for Hamilton Wanderers inContinue reading “Hienghène Sport signs former Malampa Revivors midfielder”

FIFA releases new Club World Cup and abolishes Confederations Cup

FIFA officialy announced that the Club World Cup will be changed in 2021. The new competition will be played by 24 teams each 4 years. China were unanimously chosen today as the hosts of the 2021 FIFA Club World Cup edition by FIFA Council at their meeting in Shanghai, China. They also confirmed the endContinue reading “FIFA releases new Club World Cup and abolishes Confederations Cup”