Central Coast achieves heroic qualification against Solomon Warriors in OFC Champions League

Central Coast and Solomon Warriors played two games at Lawson Tama Stadium to decide who would represent Solomon Islands in the final round of the OFC Champions League. In the first match we had a very open game between two teams that had great chances to come out on top in the confrontation. Still inContinue reading “Central Coast achieves heroic qualification against Solomon Warriors in OFC Champions League”

Rewa trashes Lautoka and advances to the next round of the OFC Champions League

Rewa and Lautoka played two great games to determine who would represent Fiji in the final round of the OFC Champions League. The defending champions were bolstered by Papua New Guinea goalkeeper Ismael Pole and experienced forwards Raymond Gunemba and Joses Nawo – Rewa had 5 players who had played in the World Cup qualifiersContinue reading “Rewa trashes Lautoka and advances to the next round of the OFC Champions League”

VĂ©nus beats Pirae in extra-time and advances to OFC Champions League’s final round

🇫🇷Français AS Pirae and AS VĂ©nus took the field on Wednesday – 15th June – to decide who would be the representative of Tahiti in the final round of the OFC Champions League. Pirae is the current Ligue 1 champion and was the Oceania representative at the 2021 FIFA Club World Cup nominated by theContinue reading “VĂ©nus beats Pirae in extra-time and advances to OFC Champions League’s final round”

Nikao Sokattak is qualified for 2022 OFC Champions League final round

Nikao Sokattak FC has been selected for the final round of the OFC Champions League 2022 after once again an OFC tournament cancels the preliminary round because of flight restrictions. The announcement was made by the Oceania Football Confederation on its website. The criteria used to give the classification to Nikao Sokattak FC was theContinue reading “Nikao Sokattak is qualified for 2022 OFC Champions League final round”

Hienghène beats Ne Drehu and will represent New Caledonia at OFC Champions League final round

🇫🇷Français Hienghène and SC Ne Drehu kicked off the OFC Champions League 2022 at Stade Yoshida last Saturday – 4th June – for the first OFC Champions League national qualifier. The winner of the two-legged clash is going to represent New Caledonia in the final round of the 2022 OFC Champions League. The first scoringContinue reading “Hienghène beats Ne Drehu and will represent New Caledonia at OFC Champions League final round”

Hienghène and Ne Drehu kicks-off the 2022 OFC Champions League

🇫🇷Français Today – 4th June – the start of the 2022 OFC Champions League will be set. The most important competition in the South Pacific returns after two seasons of absence due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In the 2020 edition the tournament was cancelled just after the completion of the group stage. As explained earlierContinue reading “Hienghène and Ne Drehu kicks-off the 2022 OFC Champions League”

OFC Champions League is Back!

After three years of inactivity, the largest club competition in the South Pacific is back. The OFC Champions League will begin in June with a new format with fewer matches and less travel because of flight restrictions imposed after the Covid-19 pandemic. The champions and runners-up of the major national leagues – except New ZealandContinue reading “OFC Champions League is Back!”