Port Vila Premier League – Week 3 Preview

Port Vila Premier League third round begins on this Friday with a match between Tafea and Mauwia. Oceania Football Center brings a preview for the weekend’s round in Vanuatu! TAFEA VS MAUWIA After winning the two initial matches, Tafea comes strong to win the third in a row. Mauwia tries to recover from a heavyContinue reading “Port Vila Premier League – Week 3 Preview”

Toti City changes name again

Lae City Dwellers changed its name to Toti City two years ago. Now Papua New Guinean team is changing its name again to Lae City FC (without Dwellers). This change was made because OFC & FIFA would not accept Toti City FC at OFC Champions League tournament because Toti is a brand name. Toti CityContinue reading “Toti City changes name again”

PS Rutz End Mungkas’ Three-Year Reign at the Top of Port Moresby Football

PS Rutz picked up their first Port Moresby Soccer Association title since 2005 to end Mungkas FC’s three-year reign at the top of the football pyramid in Papua New Guinea’s capital city, Port Moresby. Rutz, who took part in the Papua New Guinea National Soccer League for the one and only time in 2017 underContinue reading “PS Rutz End Mungkas’ Three-Year Reign at the Top of Port Moresby Football”

RueRue wins Penama FA qualifier for VFF National Super League

Penama FA Qualifier took place in Loltavola Stadium in Pentecost Island (Vanuatu) between 14 and 20 October with six teams fighting for a spot in VFF National Super League. The qualifier was originally scheduled for eight teams but only six played it due to ineligibility and withdraws so Basictas, LAC and Tahimahuri could not playContinue reading “RueRue wins Penama FA qualifier for VFF National Super League”

Telekom S-League – Weekend Review

MALAITA KINGZ vs KOSSA (POSTPONED) Telekom S-League regulation stands that a team can ask for a match postponement if they have five or more players called up for National Teams. Kossa has eight players and their head coach currently representing Solomon Islands. Malaita Kingz protested to have the game played on the marked day butContinue reading “Telekom S-League – Weekend Review”

Unlucky Phoenix is defeated by Sydney FC

The Wellington Phoenix will be surely complaining tonight, but the majority of them will not complain on Ufuk Talay’s team performance – but yes in the bad luck Phoenix had when facing the current A-League Champions at Leichhardt Oval. The game started with Sydney showing their attacking impetus with the forwards Adam le Fondre andContinue reading “Unlucky Phoenix is defeated by Sydney FC”

Phoenix faces A-League Champions

After a dissapoint 1-0 defeat against Western United at home last weekend, Wellington Phoenix travels to Sydney to challenge the current A-League champions at Leichhart Oval, 20th October, 8pm NZT. It is not going to be an easy task for the New Zealand-based club if they want to avoid two defeats in the starting twoContinue reading “Phoenix faces A-League Champions”

Wood scores but can’t avoid Burnley loss

New Zealander striker Chris Wood scored one goal and had another one canceled by the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) in the 2-1 Premier League loss to Leicester City at King Power Stadium. Burnley opened the scoreboard at the 26th minute with a good header by Wood after a Dwight McNeil left-footed cross. Leicester tied theContinue reading “Wood scores but can’t avoid Burnley loss”

Port Vila Football League – Weekend Review

The PVFA Premier League’s gameweek 2 is over. Four matches were played in Port Vila top division and Oceania Football Center brings a review of each match for you! Galaxy 10-0 Mauwia The first game of the weekend was played on Friday between Galaxy and Mauwia. As we said in our preview, Mauwia had aContinue reading “Port Vila Football League – Weekend Review”

Nikao Sokattak looks for ending a ten year drought in Vans Premiership

Cook Islands Vans Premiership’s title race looks promising this year. As the league goes to the 9th round of 15, Nikao Sokattak and Tupapa Maraerenga are still tied up on top with nineteen points each. While Tupapa Maraerenga won seven of last nine league editions, Nikao Sokattak tries to lift a trophy that they lastContinue reading “Nikao Sokattak looks for ending a ten year drought in Vans Premiership”