Malampa Revivors’ stars prepare for OFC Champions League in Port Vila

Malampa Reviovors made history recently in Luganville where they hosted the Group B of the 2020 OFC Champions League; the current Ni-Vanuatu national champions qualified for the first time ever for the knock-out stage of the regional tournament as they topped the group beating Lae City from Papua New Guinea and having draws in theContinue reading “Malampa Revivors’ stars prepare for OFC Champions League in Port Vila”

Hekari United: 10 years of a great memory

Ten years ago, one of the most important moments in oceanic football took place when Papua New Guinea was brought to the top of Oceania by Hekari United. The Port Moresby-based side became the first non-Australian or New Zealander side ever to win the OFC Champions League trophy. Led by Jerry Allen, the team countedContinue reading “Hekari United: 10 years of a great memory”

The wait continues: OFC tournaments postponed due COVID-19 pandemics

While some important football tournaments in Europe are not so far to restart, the Oceania Football Confederation recently stated some of the major competitions are still on hold. After the shocking announcing of cancellation of the OFC Nations Cup, the governing body decided the fate of the men’s OFC U-19 Championship, the OFC Champions LeagueContinue reading “The wait continues: OFC tournaments postponed due COVID-19 pandemics”

The best ever OFC Champions League for Samoan football

The 2020 edition of the OFC Champions League is very special for Samoan football: their national champion, Lupe o le Soaga, recorded the very first win of a Samoan club at OFC Champions League – Group Stage, after a schocking over the Fijian side Ba by 4-3 in the Group D of the tournament. DespiteContinue reading “The best ever OFC Champions League for Samoan football”

Reliance on ageing stars and foreign gamble main culprits of Lae’s OFC elimination

Just like domestic rivals Hekari United, Lae City blew a huge chance to qualify for the quarter-finals of the 2020 OFC Champions League in Vanuatu in February, after a win, a draw and a defeat were not enough to see the side progress from Group B. The side, coached by Peter Gunemba, were unable toContinue reading “Reliance on ageing stars and foreign gamble main culprits of Lae’s OFC elimination”

Group Stage ‘Best XI’ – OFC Champions League 2020

🇫🇷 Français 🇫🇷 Oceania Football Center analysed all matches of OFC Champions League’ group stage that ended in the last weekend and we are here to highlight the best players of the tournament so far. Through our staff analysis, we voted the best starting eleven position-by-position according to team and individual performances in the groupContinue reading “Group Stage ‘Best XI’ – OFC Champions League 2020”

Wrong choices made Hekari pay a huge price at OFC Champions League

The eight-time Papua New Guinea national champions squandered a big chance to cause a huge impact in 2020: Hekari United, after a four-year absence from the most important club football tournament of Oceania, had the opportunity to host their group in this year’s OFC Champions League. The team commanded by Jerry Allen, was the onlyContinue reading “Wrong choices made Hekari pay a huge price at OFC Champions League”

OFC competitions and activities postponed due COVID-19 outbreak

🇮🇹 italiano 🇮🇹 🇫🇷 français 🇫🇷 The COVID-19 outbreak is the reason why all competitions and activities organized by Oceania Football Confederation are postponed. The OFC Champions League and OFC Nations Cup will directly affected due the Coronavirus cases spread all over the planet; for health reasons the competitions will not take place as scheduledContinue reading “OFC competitions and activities postponed due COVID-19 outbreak”

OFC Champions League: see the qualified teams for the knock-out stage

The most important club football tournament of Oceania had its group stage finished after the 4-2 win of AS Vénus of Tahiti against Ba from Fiji in the last match of the stage. The OFC Champions League of 2020 now knows exactly the eight teams that are qualified for the knock-out stage of the regionalContinue reading “OFC Champions League: see the qualified teams for the knock-out stage”

Ba pull ahead but can not resist AS Vénus striking force

Ba played their best game in the competition, but still disappointed their fans after giving up a two-nil lead against the hosts AS Vénus. The Tahitian side could complete a comeback still in the first half to seal their spot in the knock-out stage of OFC Champions League. Ba started very strong the match –Continue reading “Ba pull ahead but can not resist AS Vénus striking force”