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Media Accreditation – 1st Leg Final

Media representatives who are interested in covering the match are kindly requested to advise:
Daniel Markham [email protected] / +6421 345740 (OFC media representative in Vanuatu) or Harry Atisson [email protected] / +678 7766332 (Vanuatu Football Federation media representative and Amicale liaison) to arrange accreditation and for any other questions relating to the final.
Background Information

The 2011 O-League Final will be played in a home-and-away format with the 1st Leg to be played in Port Vila, Vanuatu, on Saturday 2 April and the 2nd Leg to be played at Kiwitea Street in Auckland, New Zealand, on Sunday 17 April.

Amicale and Auckland City are competing for the US$500,000 playoff spot at the FIFA Club World Cup 2011 scheduled to take place in Japan from December 8 to 18. The Vanuatu club champions finished at the top of Group A, just a point ahead of Koloale and two in front of Lautoka, while Auckland City were six points clear of their nearest rivals Waitakere taking out Group B.
History of the OFC Champions League
Following Australia’s move from OFC to the Asian Football Confederation in 2006, the structure and title of the OFC Club Championship competition was altered to a home and away format featuring two groups. See below for the a list of results since the ‘O-League’ was introduced.
2010 O-League
1. Hekari United (PNG)
2. Waitakere United (NZL)
3. Auckland City FC (NZL)
4. Lautoka (FIJ)
2009 O-League
1. Auckland City FC (NZL)
2. Koloale FC (SOL)
3. Waitakere United (NZL)
4. Hekari United FC (PNG)
2008 O-League
Rankings:
1. Waitakere United (NZL)
2. Kossa FC (SOL)
3. Auckland City FC (NZL)
4. Ba (FIJ)
2007 O-League
Rankings:
1. Waitakere United (NZL)
2. Ba (FIJ)
3. Auckland City FC (NZL)
4. AS Temanava (TAH)

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