The Oceania Football Confederation is pleased to confirm the dates and competition format for the tenth edition of the OFC Women’s Nations Cup tournament. After an all-time high of eight participating teams in 2010, 2014 will see just four sides descending on Sir Ignatius Kilage Stadium in Lae, Papua New Guinea from October 25-29, 2014.
OFC President David Chung says the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup Canada 2015 has been an outstanding success. Chung, who is Chairman of the Organising Committee for the U-20 Women’s World Cup and FIFA Vice-President, was pleased with the organisation of the event and lauded the standard of football on show in Canada. “I have
Right in time for the OFC Champions League Final between Auckland City FC and Amicale on Sunday, the OFC has launched its own smartphone app. The app has been designed by Applacarte, and lets fans access all the latest news, fixtures, match reports and commentary from their smartphone. Free to download, the app includes everything
Fiji will play host to the OFC U-20 Men’s Championship as Oceania’s search for a second side to represent the region at next year’s FIFA U-20 Men’s World Cup in New Zealand begins on May 23 in Suva. The OFC U-20 Men’s Championship is being held at ANZ Stadium in Suva, from 23 to 31
The Wellington Phoenix will make history when they host two English Premier League sides in New Zealand for the first time in July 2014. In a football extravaganza that will span the length of the country, sports fans will be able to experience a football event never seen before in this part of the world.
The month of May will mark a step into new territory for the OFC Just Play Programme as it joins forces with partners UNICEF and the Australian Sports Commission to promote an OFC Mascot Competition. OFC Head of Social Responsibility and International Relations Franck Castillo says the idea is something that has been on the
The Oceania Football Confederation was saddened to learn that Samoa Football Federation (SFF) President and OFC Executive Committee member, Toetu Petana, has passed away at the age of 51 following a short illness. Toetu Petana was elected to the position of SFF President in 2011 following the organisations emergence from normalisation. OFC President David Chung
The Oceania Football Confederation (OFC) Champions League, set to kick-off in Ba on Monday 7 April, marks another social responsibility milestone in OFC history. In collaboration with the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) Pacific office, the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Youth and Sport in Fiji, OFC and Fiji Football Association have partnered
The Oceania Football Confederation has launched three new footballs with FIFA quality accreditation as part of its commercialisation programme. In Pakistan to visit the factory which produces the footballs, OFC President David Chung says the new designs called the Elite Ball (FIFA approved), the Premier Ball (FIFA Inspected), and the OFC Futsal Ball (FIFA approved)
OFC Media and Communications is pleased to present the Oceania Football Podcast, the first of our regular audio updates from football in the pacific region. Presented by OFC Head of Media and Communications Gordon Watson and guests Jacqueline Tran Van and Daniel Markham, Episode 1 of the Oceania Football Podcast reflects on the recent OFC