Looking back: The OFC Nations Cup 2002

Before Australia left OFC to join the Asian Football Confederation, beating the Socceroos used to be one of the biggest challenges in the Pacific. But on July 14, 2002, New Zealand’s All Whites managed to edge their rivals from…

A number of leagues across Oceania are set to resume in the coming weeks as football activities ramp up in our Member Associations. In Fiji, the Vodafone Premier League will recommence with defending champions Ba FC hosting Navua FC…

With the majority of the work already completed, Fiji Football Association Chief Executive Officer Mohammed Yusuf is confident the country’s brand new Football Academy in Labasa, which will also include a futsal court with floodlights, is on track to…

OFC and MSG sign agreement

A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been signed between the Melanesian Spearhead Group (MSG) Secretariat Acting Director General George Hoa’au and the President of the Oceania Football Confederation (OFC) Lambert Maltock to establish a mutually cooperative relationship between the…

In more good news for the COVID-19 impacted community sports landscape, the New Zealand Football Foundation (NZFF) has approved two major funding projects, as well as announcing a second round of grants, to be launched in September. A registered…

VACANCY: Assistant Accountant

The Oceania Football Confederation is on the lookout for a new Assistant Accountant to join our team in Auckland, New Zealand. Job Title: Assistant Accountant Location:  Penrose, Auckland Type:  Fixed-Term Full Time Job Summary: A unique opportunity in the…

Following his re-election as Papua New Guinea Football Association (PNGFA) President last month, John Kapi Natto has outlined some of the key objectives to focus on during his four-year term. Kapi Natto, who was re-elected unopposed at the PNGFA’s…

The Solomon Islands Football Federation’s (SIFF) Long Term Strategic Development Plan for the new cycle of 2019-2022 has been passed during the 2020 Ordinary Congress in Honiara at the Kwaimani building. The plan was proposed by the SIFF Executive…

With international travel restrictions in place as a result of the global coronavirus pandemic, the Oceania Football Confederation has developed new initiatives to keep activities going in our Member Associations. Player development across our Member Associations (MAs) is a…