Galaxy FC clinch national title in Vanuatu

Already qualified for 2021 OFC Champions League, Galaxy FC and Malampa Revivors clashed at Korman Stadium in Port Vila to decide which side would lift VFF National Super League’s trophy this year. Both sides reached the National League’s final for the second straight year. While Malampa Revivors were looking to win the national title forContinue reading “Galaxy FC clinch national title in Vanuatu”

Galaxy FC debut with a win in the VFF National Super League in Vanuatu

Galaxy FC and LL Echo clashed at Port Vila Stadium in the second matchday of VFF National Super League’s Group B. While LL Echo could secure a spot in the semi-finals with a draw, Galaxy wanted to win all the points to have a good start in the competition. As it was previously reported, eightContinue reading “Galaxy FC debut with a win in the VFF National Super League in Vanuatu”

Eight new players join Galaxy FC in Vanuatu

After beating Ifira Black Bird in PVFA Top Four’s final, Galaxy FC clinched a spot in VFF National Super League, the national football league from Vanuatu, and the blue team will count on eight new players for this tournament. Andre Batick, Evaristo Kapulu, Jack Vira, Loulou Siro, Raoul Coulon, Roger Marcel, Tasso Jeffery and ZicaContinue reading “Eight new players join Galaxy FC in Vanuatu”

Vanuatu: Invited players make PVFA Independence Cup more interesting

The 2020 PVFA Independence Cup kicked-off this weekend and Galaxy and Tafea won their matches. Besides the final scores, standings and goalscorers, there is one thing that must be highlighted: the amount of players that are not really part of the official squads. Erakor Golden Star counted on Jason Thomas, Dondy Kileteir and Tasso JefferyContinue reading “Vanuatu: Invited players make PVFA Independence Cup more interesting”

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”

Malampa Revivors make history

Malampa Revivors qualified for 2020 OFC Champions League knockout stage by beating Lae City from Papua New Guinea by 3-0 in the last matchday of Group B. The Ni-Vanuatu side finished the group stage unbeaten as they won one match and drew the other two. That is the third Revivors’ appearence in the continental tournament.Continue reading “Malampa Revivors make history”

Malampa Revivors spotlight local talent in OFC Champions League

Malampa Revivors are ready to host 2020 OFC Champions League group B and they now have a big opportunity to win an international official match for the first time ever. The team based in Luganville, Vanuatu, is going to count on a lot of young local players that already represented the country at international level.Continue reading “Malampa Revivors spotlight local talent in OFC Champions League”