A year to remember for Solomon Islands football

As we enter in 2020, it is time to make a recap about the previous year – and the 2019 of Solomon Islands football is surely a year to remember for history. The U17 FIFA World Cup held in Brazil – played in 2019 – was the first ever tournament a Solomon Islands football teamContinue reading “A year to remember for Solomon Islands football”

The brilliant year of Raphael Le’ai

Every country has its young talents; always lots of expecations are put in their shoulders to turn into superstars in the game. In little nations it might be even harder to deal with the pressure to have the gift to play football: in a football crazy nation – that is yet to achieve big thingsContinue reading “The brilliant year of Raphael Le’ai”

Maxwell Keana suspended by OFC

Oceania Football Center recently reported that Maxwell Keana was suspended by SIFF because he lied his age pretending to be younger. Keana should have showed up for a testimonial about this case but he did not appear. Oceania Football Confederation (OFC) confirmed that Maxwell Keana is suspended from football activities in OFC region for 12Continue reading “Maxwell Keana suspended by OFC”

Joses Nawo makes history for Solomon Islands football

Football keeps its path of evolution in Oceania – the good news of the moment is the Henderson Eels and Solomon Islands national team member Joses Nawo is set to make an European move to turn into the first player to sign a professional country from Solomon Islands in Europe. According to Netherlands Oceania SupportContinue reading “Joses Nawo makes history for Solomon Islands football”

North New Georgia wins Western Cup

The 2019 Western Cup is over! Eighteen teams took part of this important championship in Solomon Islands’ Western Province fighting for the title and the 50 thousand Solomon Islands dollar prize. The teams were split in four groups and forty matches were playing throughout two weeks full of emotions. Gizo Hawks ruled the Group AContinue reading “North New Georgia wins Western Cup”

Lea’alafa absent in Maritzburg’s draw

Micah Lea’alafa was absent in the Maritzburg United’s 0-0 draw against AmaZulu in the ABSA Premiership, the South Africa football league. The club’s media did not release anything about Lea’alafa’s absence but he is not impressing the team coach Eric Tinkler. Lea’alafa played seven matches for Maritzburg and he has not scored or assisted yet.Continue reading “Lea’alafa absent in Maritzburg’s draw”

Solomon Warriors back to the top

Another matchweek of Telekom S-League is gone with lots of emotions and surprises. Isabel United and Solomon Warriors were the biggest winners of this gameweek. Scroll down and check what happened in all matches: SOLOMON WARRIORS 8-0 REAL KAKAMORA After losing to Isabel United in their last match, Solomon Warriors is back to winning waysContinue reading “Solomon Warriors back to the top”

Maxwell Keana testimonial is postponed by OFC

The intriguing case of the midfielder Maxwell Keana was scheduled to have one important part of the investigations with his testimonial that would take place this Friday (29th November) in Honiara. The hearing of the player was postponed by Oceania Football Confederation according to SIFF Media Release. There is not yet a fixed date forContinue reading “Maxwell Keana testimonial is postponed by OFC”

Marist wins and gets closer to rivals

Telekom S-League midweek match was contested by Marist and Real Kakamora, two teams there are in such a bad situation in the championship: Marist is currently in the seventh position while Real Kakamora remains on bottom with zero points. Marist won the match by 3-1 and they now have 15 points, the same amount ofContinue reading “Marist wins and gets closer to rivals”

Western Cup begins in Solomon Islands

One of the most important and traditional football competitions in Solomon Islands, the Western Cup is back! The 2019 edition began yesterday (November 25) and is scheduled to end on December 9. Eighteen teams are fighting for the trophy and the 50.000 Solomon Islands dollar award. The eighteen teams were splited in four groups: twoContinue reading “Western Cup begins in Solomon Islands”