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Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Final four face semi-final showdowns
The OFC Champions League semi-finals get underway when Ba face Amicale and Auckland City FC entertain AS Pirae.
Wednesday, April 23, 2014
OFC Executive Committee decisions
Oceania Football Confederation (OFC) has released the approved decisions from the first OFC Executive Committee meeting of 2014.
Wednesday, April 23, 2014
OFC Champions League Media Accreditation
The OFC Champions League semi-finals media accreditation process is now underway.
Tuesday, April 22, 2014
PNG U-19 squad set for Fiji
The days are counting down to May's OFC U-19 Championship in Fiji and one side putting in the hard yards is Papua New Guinea, under the watchful eye of coach Wynton Rufer.
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 Fédération Tahitienne de Football
  
With 146 clubs and over 11,200 registered players, football is far and away the most popular sport among the 245,405 inhabitants on the island of Tahiti. Marama Vahirua is Tahiti’s most famous footballer having made a good name for himself in France with first division club Nantes.

Fédération Tahitienne de Football (FTF) was founded in 1989 under the leadership of Napolean Spitz and went on to become affiliated with FIFA in 1990 and a member of OFC the same year. Major successes for Tahitian football have included the territory’s first ever qualification to a FIFA finals in 2008 when the U-20 national team became champions of Oceania. Tahiti's performances at other age-group level tournaments have been encouraging while their club representatives are competitive in regional competitions.

Papeete-based club AS Tefana reached the final of the 2012 O-League but the French territory's proudest moment on the international stage arrived shortly afterwards when coach Eddy Etaeta led the national team to a historic title triumph at the 2012 OFC Nations Cup. The win made Tahiti the first Pacific Island nation outside of Australia or New Zealand to become champions of Oceania and earned a place at the 2013 Confederations Cup in Brazil. Locally, FTF continues to run a well-organised club structure that includes divisions catering for all age-groups and genders.

Tahiti celebrated its FIFA Goal Project in Pirae at the OFC Extraordinary Congress in 2006 with a series of mini-pitch facilities as OFC marked its 40th Anniversary. The territory is preparing to host the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup, the first Pacific Island country to do so, in September 2013.
  
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Fédération Tahitienne de Football

P.O Box 50 358
98716 - Pirae
Tahiti
POLYNESIE FRANCAISE

Courier Address:
Rue Gérald Coppenrath
Complexe de Fautaua
Pirae, Tahiti
POLYNESIE FRANCAISE

Tel: +689 540 954
Fax: +689 419 629
Email: contact@ftf.pf
Website: www.ftf.pf
Language: French, English

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Founded 1989
Affiliated 1990
  
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