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After an average 2016 season for Tonga Major League side Marist an off-season rebuild has seen the club reemerge in 2017 with their eye on the top prize. In the past 15 years the men’s team has consistently finished…

Solomon Warriors have topped the Telekom S-League to qualify for the OFC Champions League 2018 with just one match remaining in the competition after an impressive record which has seen them win 11 of their 13 games in the…

Cook Islands club Tupapa Maraerenga put themselves in pole position to qualify for the OFC Champions League 2018 Qualifying Tournament last month when they edged defending champions Puaikura 1-0 in a top-of-the-table clash. Puaikura were dominant throughout the first…

Following the success of taking the OFC Champions League to football fans across Oceania in 2017, the Oceania Football Confederation Executive Committee has confirmed who will host the groups of the region’s premier international club competition in 2018. From…

The groups for the 16th edition of Oceania Football Confederation’s premier international club competition have been confirmed following the 2018 OFC Champions League Official Draw held at OFC Headquarters in Auckland, New Zealand, this morning. Taking top position in…

Vanuatu’s two OFC Champions League 2018 side Nalkutan FC and Erakor Golden Star played off for the Vanuatu National Super League title on Saturday with a lone second half goal all that separated the two sides at the final whistle….

Fiji club side Lautoka will make its return to the OFC Champions League in 2018 after the Blues took out the Premier League title, with Ba FC joining them after finishing second. Lautoka haven’t made an appearance in the…

The opening weekend of the 2017/18 S-League season got underway on Saturday with newcomers Henderson Eels continuing their pre-season form by holding defending champions Marist FC to a 1-1 draw at Lawson Tama Stadium. Solomon Warriors got their campaign…