Japan to host FIFA World Club Champs

FIFA: Meeting today in Zurich, the Organising Committee for the FIFA Club World Championship decided on the format of the tournaments planned for 2005 and 2006. This decision now needs…

OFC, Auckland: The Oceania Football Confederation today announced that it would commence a referee exchange programme with the Asian Football Confederation as part of the ongoing relations between the two…

FIFA: The Goal Bureau convened in Zurich on 17 February 2004 under the chairmanship of Mohamed Bin Hammam (Qatar). During the meeting, which was attended by FIFA President Joseph S….

Matildas down New Zealand 2-0

ASA: Australia proved too strong for rivals New Zealand, and DPR Korea were impressive over China, in the opening day’s action of the Australia (Women’s) Cup last night at Brisbane’s…

SUVA: The Coca-Cola/Nokia Fiji national soccer league got underway last weekend in wet conditions which dampened the official opening in Suva. Due to the conditions only three matches were played….

Perth secure third NSL Premiership

ASA: Perth Glory now have the luxury of playing their last two games in party mode after they captured Australia’s National Soccer League premiership title for the third time on…

ASA: Australia secured a historic result with their 1-1 draw against Venezuela in the friendly international played today. The ‘Socceroos’, who were only denied a win by a 92nd minute…

Auckland, 14 February 2004: The Oceania Football Confederation would like to announce the resignation of long serving General Secretary, Ms Josephine King, who advised at today’s meeting of the OFC…

ASA: Adelaide United can jump into third spot on Australia’s NSL competition ladder tonight, if it can beat a Wollongong Wolves side at WIN Stadium that now has no mathematical…

Venus in threat of relegation

PAPEETE: AS Venus, the glamour club in Tahiti’s Federal Championship and one of most successful ever are in danger of relegation after being hammered 1-6 by league leaders and rivals…