Young referees receive guidance

In Vanuatu the essential role of officials on the pitch has been recognised by FIFA assistant referee and referee fitness trainer Michael Joseph, who is hosting sessions every Wednesday evening…

Three-man shortlist revealed

Five-time FIFA Women’s World Player of the Year Marta of Brazil is once again in the running for the award and will be up against the United States of America’s…

Percival: We made history

On November 14 2006, Percival earned the first of her 76 international caps with the Football Ferns.Later, aged just 21 years and 94 days, she wrote her name into the…

U-17 sides learn first steps to glory

The preliminary tournament will involve American Samoa, Cook Islands, Samoa and Tonga and is set to take place at JS Blatter Stadium in Apia, Samoa, from January 22 to 26…

Auckland transforms into media hub

The annual workshop was hosted by OFC at its headquarters from November 24-27 and was attended by Brian Vitolio (American Samoa), Pauline Dean (Cook Islands), Moiz Munif (Fiji), Seamus Marten…

Auckland City hit the ground running

The final group of players of a 22-man Auckland City squad touched down in Hong Kong early Thursday morning and were soon lacing up their boots for the first of…

New Zealand’s 2011 Referee of the Year, Peter O’Leary, could be one of the first referees to utilise Goal Line Technology (GLT) at the event, during which Oceania will also…

The ladies from Rarotonga’s west side travelled to the CIFA complex in Matavera with their confidence levels at an all-time high following a series of thrilling performances against Tupapa and…

Vicelich aims to lift Kiwis in Japan

Capped a record 85 times for New Zealand, the enduring Vicelich has set his sights on guiding Auckland through to the next round of the FIFA Club World Cup.But the…

Huia makes history books

Despite playing in just two of the three World Cup matches in Thailand, Huia has walked away with an honour that he never dreamt of achieving. His multi-discipline hat-trick became…