Former All White, clinical psychologist and forensic psychiatrist  Dr. Ceri Evans has been in high demand by prominent athletes, coaches and teams around the world for his mental skills expertise, ever since helping the All Blacks win back-to-back World…

Coaching educators representing nine member associations across the Pacific are embracing a unique opportunity to enhance their knowledge with the start of a five-day FIFA/OFC Instructors Course at the OFC Academy in Auckland. With some of the most esteemed…

Tonga grab historic Qualifier win

A slice of Oceania football history was created as Tonga and Samoa fought out a tense 1-all draw on the final Match Day of the 2018 OFC U-19 Championship Qualifier tournament hosted by Cook Islands. When New Zealand referee…

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Phoenix appoint Mark Rudan

A former Oceania Club Champion and one of Australia’s most promising young coaches Mark Rudan has been appointed Head Coach of the Wellington Phoenix on a two year deal. After a highly  successful playing career, including stints in Germany,…

While he’s more accustomed to taking part in big finals, tomorrow Roy Krishna will be watching from the stands – and he’s looking forward to it. Krishna, one of Fiji’s greatest football exports, has been a professional footballer with…

Angelo Schirinzi, alias « El Général », a assuré une formation coaching beach soccer du 2 au 6 mai, proposée par la FIFA et la FTF. Vingt-trois participants ont pu en bénéficier. Ce fut l’occasion pour lui de revoir ses amis…

Football Ferns squad named for Japan

Football Ferns coach Andreas Heraf has named an experienced squad to face the World No 11 Japan in Wellington next month. The Ferns, who will take on the Nadeshiko in an international friendly on 10 June at Westpac Stadium,…

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New league proves popular in Fiji

A league tailoring to families is winning in the popularity stakes in Fiji. The Mom and Pop League is aimed at families with kids aged ten years old or younger, encouraging them and their families to come together and…

Football fans on the New Zealand domestic football scene, and across the region, have grown accustomed to witnessing Team Wellington and Auckland City FC face-off in important matches. But after three consecutive years of these two clubs fighting it…