SA RELEASE: The 20-member Australian Team (the Qantas Matildas) to contest the 2003 FIFA Women’s World Cup in the USA has been announced today by National Women’s Coach Adrian Santrac….

Fiji takes out gold medal

OFC (SUVA), 12 July 2003: Fiji have won the men’s football gold medal at the South Pacific Games after beating New Caledonia in the gold medal playoff, 2-0, at the…

LAUTOKA, 10 July 2003: Over eight thousand spectators, packed into Lautoka’s Churchill Park, were treated to two action packed men’s semi-finals at the South Pacific Games football tournament last night….

Medals on the line in final round

South Pacific Games football tournament: Women’s round seven preview NAUSORI, 9 July 2003: The women’s football tournament at the South Pacific Games will go down right to the wire tomorrow…

Four teams remain in hunt for gold

LAUTOKA: A huge crowd is expected tonight at Lautoka’s Churchill Park for the crunch semi-finals of the South Pacific Games men’s football tournament. Fiji and Vanuatu prevailed in Pool A…

SA RELEASE – Australian Under-17 coach ANGE POSTECOGLOU today named a 20-man Qantas Joeys squad for the FIFA U-17 World Championship to be held in Finland next month. The squad…

Defending champs take a tumble

SUVA: Defending champions Tahiti were beaten 0-4 by New Caledonia in a shock upset last Saturday. In a comprehensive display by the New Caledonians, they had the number one rated…

OFC strengthens ties with AFC

The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) and the Oceania Football Confederation (OFC) have announced a series of measures aimed at strengthening ties between the two bodies. Following a meeting in Paris,…

LATEST RESULTS 2003 South Pacific Games football tournament, Suva Fiji Men: 30 June – 11 July / Women: 30 June – 10 July Results, Day four: Men’s round three, Thursday,…

SUVA: The South Pacific Games football tournament has already sprung up some surprises in both men’s and women’s divisions. At the end of day three, both divisions have completed two…