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  The dream of a place at the FIFA Club World Cup – Japan 2008 will be foremost in the minds of fans as 2008 O-League kicks-off this weekend in New Zealand and the Solomon Islands. 2006/07 NZFC champions Auckland…

Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) has named a 30-man squad for the South Pacific Games later this year. The bulk of the squad is comprised of players based in Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and Solomon Islands. Solomon…

New Zealand Football Chief Executive Graham Seatter has forecast a bright financial future for the code despite reporting an $189,000 loss at the sport’s Annual Congress today. Seatter unveiled the deficit to New Zealand Soccer’s 117th annual meeting in…

Papua New Guinea Football Association (PNGFA) today announced to its twenty two full member associations a raft of new initiatives and development programs the PNGFA hope will boost the growing popularity of the game. PNGFA General Secretary Dimirit Mileng…

New Zealand Soccer has unveiled plans to build a “House of Football” at North Harbour Stadium complete with technical centre, player accommodation and office space for the national body. Oceania Football Confederation President Reynald Temarii and OFC Ambassador Christian…

Football’s future will take on its storied past in an exhibition match to mark the inauguration of New Zealand Soccer’s $1 million football turf at North Harbour Stadium on Saturday. Four members of the 1982 World Cup All Whites…

The SIFF executive has endorsed that 10 percent of all monies collected from its competitions will go towards tsunami victims in both Western and Choiseul Provinces. This was revealed this morning by SIFF General Secretary Eddie Ngava (pictured) during…

The Cook Islands Football Association’s under 15 boys and under 16 girls national soccer championships are gearing up to be a huge event starting this Saturday 21 April. The tournament will feature teams from the outer islands of Aitutaki,…