A two-day FIFA Infrastructure Seminar held in Fiji provided not only a chance for Fiji to show off its skills as a host, but also showcase the infrastructure programmes it has been able to put in place through FIFA…

The FIFA Forward Governance Workshop got underway in Tahiti, French Polynesia this morning with General Secretaries and FIFA Forward Project Managers from across Oceania uniting to learn more about the second implementation of the international body’s most important development…

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Wood keen to make immediate impact

With a long and varied background in football, New Zealand’s Johanna Wood is well placed to represent the Oceania Football Confederation on the FIFA Council for the next four years. Wood was elected during the OFC Extraordinary Congress on…

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Solidarity key to Patel’s success

Solidarity and the best interests of Oceania is what Rajesh Patel campaigned on, and it is what got him across the line when it came to choosing a new OFC member for the FIFA Council. The Fiji Football Association…

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Patel and Wood join FIFA Council

The Oceania Football Confederation has elected two new members to the FIFA Council during the OFC Extraordinary Congress in Auckland, New Zealand this morning. OFC Vice-President and Fiji Football Association President Rajesh Patel will be joined by New Zealand…

OFC Vice-President suspended

The chairman of the adjudicatory chamber of the independent Ethics Committee has ratified the plea bargain submitted by the chairperson of the investigatory chamber and Mr Lee Harmon, President of the Cook Islands Football Association, Vice-President of the OFC…

OFC welcomes Chung sanctions

The adjudicatory chamber of the independent Ethics Committee has found David Chung, former President of the Papua New Guinea Football Association, former President of the Oceania Football Confederation and former member of the FIFA Council, guilty of having offered and accepted…