Lupe o le Soaga: the team to be beaten in Samoa

The ninth week of the 2020 Premier Men’s games is coming to an end in Samoa as Sogi and Vaipuna keep fighting for the second position in the league. And this should be the biggest fight of the season, since Lupe o le Soaga are leading the league comfortably. Lupe o le Soaga still haveContinue reading “Lupe o le Soaga: the team to be beaten in Samoa”

Samoa: Kiwi FC disappoints in Premier Men’s League

One of the most important football teams from Samoa, Kiwi FC is having a disappointing season in the current Premier Men’s League season as the team coached by Martin Tamasese is currently in the seventh position. Despite counting on good players like Jarrell Sale and Samuelu Malo, Kiwi FC has been struggling to win matchesContinue reading “Samoa: Kiwi FC disappoints in Premier Men’s League”

Lupe o le Soaga have powerful start in Samoan Premier Men’s League

Current league champions Lupe o le Soaga had a powerful start in Samoan Premier Men’s League. The team coached by Paul Ualesi are on top of the table with twelve points in four matches and it would not be a surprise if they clinch the title for the second straight year. Lupe have the bestContinue reading “Lupe o le Soaga have powerful start in Samoan Premier Men’s League”

Vaa Taualai: striking for glory in Samoa

The 2020 Premier Men’s has just started in Samoa and current league champions Lupe o le Soaga are having a perfect start in the tournament with three wins in three mathces. The team coached by Paul Ualesi scored 27 goals in these matches and there is a special player that must be highlighted: Vaa Taualai.Continue reading “Vaa Taualai: striking for glory in Samoa”

Lupe o le Soaga smash Moata’a as Premier Men’s kicks-off in Samoa

After two months of youth tournaments, the Premier Men’s kicked-off in Samoa. Senior clubs are back to action after nine months as the past season was called-off due to measles outbreak. Twelve teams are fighting for the title this year – the same amount of teams in comparison with last season. Current league champions LupeContinue reading “Lupe o le Soaga smash Moata’a as Premier Men’s kicks-off in Samoa”

Lupe o le Soaga and Moata’a crowned as youth champions in Samoa

The first football champions of the year are finally known in Samoa as the youth leagues are finishing in Upolu – the most important island of the country. Lupe o le Soaga were crowned as U19 Champions after beating Vaipuna by 3-1 in the final clash while Moata’a clinched the U17 League’s title by beatingContinue reading “Lupe o le Soaga and Moata’a crowned as youth champions in Samoa”

Samoa: Men’s Premier League set to kick-off next week

The major football league from Samoa is ready to kick-off! Football Federation Samoa (FFS) announced that Men’s Premier League will kick-off on August 18. Twelve teams will fight for the title this year – the same clubs in comparison with the last season that was called-off due to a measles outbreak that affected the country.Continue reading “Samoa: Men’s Premier League set to kick-off next week”

Samoa: twelve teams to contest Men’s Premier League

The 2020 Samoan football season started in the last month with the beggining of youth national tournaments. Despite the beginning of these tournaments, the national leagues at senior level have not started yet. Football Federation Samoa (FFS) announced through a live on their Facebook account that twelve teams are going to contest the 2020 Men’sContinue reading “Samoa: twelve teams to contest Men’s Premier League”

Oscar Anto: a Ghanian footballer in Samoa

Football is a globalized sport and it is not so difficult to find foreign players in a football team. Many clubs from Europe have key players from South America or Africa, for example. It is not different in Oceania where we can find some players from these continents having success in the region like UruguayanContinue reading “Oscar Anto: a Ghanian footballer in Samoa”

Youth leagues kick-off in Samoa

Football is back in Samoa. The Youth National Leagues kicked off on this Saturday at J.S. Blatter Football Complex in Apia – the capital of the country. Seven different categories are being contested this year: U-14, U-17 and U-19 tournaments in men’s and U-17 and U-19 tournaments in women’s football. There is also U-8 andContinue reading “Youth leagues kick-off in Samoa”