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

🇫🇷Français AS Pirae and AS Vénus 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 “Vénus beats Pirae in extra-time and advances to OFC Champions League’s final round”

New Zealand beats Tahiti and advances to the WCQ Final

New Zealand and Tahiti played at the Grand Hamad Stadium in Doha to decide who would face the Solomon Islands in the final of the OFC World Cup qualifiers. New Zealand just missed the midfielder Marko Stamenic in their squad meaning the All Whites were virtually at full strength. Tahiti, meanwhile, had only one changeContinue reading “New Zealand beats Tahiti and advances to the WCQ Final”

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 first friendly match in France

🇫🇷Français Tahiti was the first Oceania national team to leave the continent to work their preparation for the World Cup Qualifiers. On French soil they faced Cognac of the National 3, the fifth tier of French football. Cognac is coached by Thierry Sardo, who was in charge of New Caledonia’s national team for seven years.Continue reading “Tahiti plays first friendly match in France”

Samuel Garcia: the leader of Tahiti National Team

🇫🇷 Français Samuel Garcia has a long history in football. The former midfielder represented Tahiti in 22 matches and scored two goals for his National Team. He also played four OFC Nations Cup editions and helped his nation to finish 2002 OFC Nations Cup in the third position. After his retirement, Garcia remained involved withContinue reading “Samuel Garcia: the leader of Tahiti National Team”