Courtesy FIFA.com: Africa’s reigning Women’s Footballer of the Year, Alberta Sackey, showed all of her class in claiming a brace to hand the Black Queens of Ghana their first ever FIFA Women’s World Cup victory – a 2-1 triumph…

SA RELEASE: The Qantas Matildas secured a credible 1-1 draw with world powerhouse China at the FIFA Women’s World Cup in a do-or-die clash in Los Angeles. Although the point keeps Australia in the race, the result still leaves…

The latest FIFA rankings released on 24 September see Australia regain its place at the top of the Oceania hierarchy gaining six places to occupy the 62nd spot. However, they still have a way to go to get back…

FIFA.com – The Russians left it late to down brave Australia 1-2 on 21 September in Carson, California. After slamming a second-half penalty off the crossbar, Elena Fomina unleashed a right-footed blast in minute 89 that took a cruel…

The September edition of The Wave, the OFC’s official publication, can now be read online. Just click on The Wave link on the homepage of the OFC website and check out the latest news and features in football from…

KUALA LUMPUR, 12 September 2003: The AFC-OFC Challenge Cup 2003 between Iran and New Zealand has been confirmed for Sunday, 12th October 2003 at the magnificent 100,000 plus capacity Azadi Stadium in Tehran, kick-off at 1535hrs, local time. The…

OFC pledges to move forward

Auckland 8 September 2003: The Oceania Football Confederation held an extraordinary congress at the Carlton Hotel in Auckland last Saturday, 6 September, 2003, where OFC president, Basil Scarsella, resigned from his post effectively after a majority 12-10 vote by…

The latest FIFA Women’s ranking sees Australia remain at 15th place ahead of the FIFA Women’s World Cup which kicks off on 20 September. Australia will represent the OFC at the flagship event for women’s football hosted this time…

The latest FIFA rankings released on 27 August 2003 sees frontrunners Australia and New Zealand lose more ground plummeting further away from the enviable top fifty. New Zealand leads all OFC nations in 63rd place despite dropping three places…

FIFA.com – The final day of football at Finland 2003 saw Brazil triumph over courageous Spain 1-0 in Helsinki’s Töölö stadium to become World Champions yet again. The victory sees the Auriverde become the first side to win the…