After ten years Tahiti hopes to retake continental glory

🇫🇷Français Tahiti is one of the most successful football nations in Oceania and always gets special attention due to being the only non-New Zealand/Australia team to have won the OFC Nations Cup. Ten years later, the Toa Aito wants to repeat the 2012 OFC Nations Cup success that shocked the world and, this time, qualifyContinue reading “After ten years Tahiti hopes to retake continental glory”

Tahiti plays last friendly before travelling to Qatar

🇫🇷Français Tahiti’s national team returned to the field yesterday – 10th March – in the second preparatory friendly for World Cup qualifiers after losing to Cognac by 4-3. Still on French soil the Toa Aito drew with the national team of Occitania – a CONIFA member – in 0-0. Again Samuel Garcia changed the wholeContinue reading “Tahiti plays last friendly before travelling to Qatar”

Mariya to represent Oceania in CONIFA World Cup

The Confederation of Independent Football Associations (CONIFA) is the international governing body for association football teams that are not affiliated with FIFA. Currently, CONIFA is responsible for the organization of the CONIFA World Football Cup which has been held every two years since 2014. The next edition is set to happen in 2020 in NorthContinue reading “Mariya to represent Oceania in CONIFA World Cup”

Hawai’i joins CONIFA

Hawai’i is an archipelago located in the Pacific Ocean that belongs to United States of America. The state encompasses nearly the entire Hawaiian archipelago, 137 islands spread over 1,500 miles (2,400 km). The volcanic archipelago is physiographically and ethnologically part of the Polynesian subregion of Oceania. Hui Kanaka Pōwāwae (local football association) joined Confederation of IndependentContinue reading “Hawai’i joins CONIFA”