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An impressive first half strike from Al Jazira’s Romarinho was enough for the United Arab Emirates title holders to see off Oceania club champions Auckland City FC in the first round of the FIFA Club World Cup UAE this…

Now in his second spell with Auckland City FC after a short stint in Mexican football with Tigres de la UANL in 2015, Tavano is loving life with the Oceania champions and the chance of another shot at FIFA…

Cam Howieson says his Auckland City FC team-mates are focused on only one objective – Wednesday’s opponents Al Jazira. The former Burnley and St.Mirren midfielder has made a starting slot his own since joining the Navy Blues from domestic…

Auckland City FC have enjoyed a solid hit out against the Al Ittihad Kalba SC with a 0-0 draw in an unofficial training match as part of their preparations for the FIFA Club World Cup UAE 2017. Navy Blues…

There are journeyman footballers, and then there is Kris Bright. To say the New Zealander has experienced more in his career than most would be a massive understatement. Indeed his career odyssey reads more like a multi-part travel documentary…

As if earning their seventh-consecutive regional title wasn’t enough, Auckland City FC also cleaned up in the individual awards during the OFC Champions League and captain Angel Berlanga – who was surprised to be announced the Golden Ball winner–…

Auckland City FC are Oceania’s most successful club side having claimed their seventh-consecutive OFC Champions League title and a place at the FIFA Club World Cup UAE 2017 after beating Team Wellington 2-0 in the second leg of the…

Auckland City have dominated Team Wellington 2-0 in their OFC Champions League final, claiming their seventh consecutive title and a place at the FIFA Club World Cup UAE 2017.   Team Wellington: 1. Scott BASALAJ (GK), 2. Justin GULLEY,…