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Solomon Warriors and Henderson Eels will represent Solomon Islands in the 2019 edition of the OFC Champions League after putting themselves out of reach of their opponents with one match remaining in the 2018 S-League season. Solomon Warriors recently…

The region’s premier international club competition, the OFC Champions League, is taking shape for 2019 following the official draw at the OFC Headquarters in Auckland, New Zealand on Tuesday. OFC President Lambert Maltock assisted competitions director Chris Kemp with…

Vanuatu international Brian Kaltack has joined Auckland City FC after guiding Fijian outfit Lautoka to last season’s OFC Champions League final. Assistant coach Ivan Vicelich was delighted to see 25-year-old defender commit his future to the Kiwitea Street club….

The Lautoka Football team finished the 2018 national Premier League in style with a convincing 4-1 win over Rewa in the final round of games last Sunday. The win saw the 2018 OFC Champions League finalists secure their place…

The final round of the Fiji Premier League will take place this weekend and there is still a chance of qualification to the region’s premier international club competition for several teams. Fiji FA competitions manager Amitesh Pal said fans…

The second Vanuatu side to qualify for the 2019 edition of the OFC Champions League will be decided tomorrow when Ifira Black Bird go up against defending champions Erakor Golden Star in the Port Vila Football Association Super League…