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With the qualifications of two New Caledonian teams, Hienghene Sport and AS Magenta, Fédération Calédonienne de Football, the clubs and the Oceania Football Confederation have agreed to stage back-to-back OFC Champions League 2019 semi-finals at Stade Numa-Daly on Sunday…

An exciting encounter awaits fans on Sunday when AS Central Sport welcome their New Caledonian cousins AS Magenta to Stade Pater to battle for the final berth in the 2019 OFC Champions League semi-finals. Tahiti is a hive of…

Ba FC player secures the ball and beats the defending Hienghene player.

Hienghène Sport has thwarted Ba FC’s attempts to qualify for the OFC Champions League 2019 semi-finals in extra time. The home side, which made a slow start to the game, fought hard to come back and snatch the win…

Nine-time champions Auckland City FC have become the first team to book their place in the OFC Champions league 2019 semi-finals with a clinical 4-0 win over Lae City Dwellers from Papua New Guinea at Freyberg Field on Kiwitea…