OFC support CONCACAF bid for 2026

The Oceania Football Confederation has put its collective support behind the recently announced joint bid by Canada Soccer Association, Federation Mexicana de Futbol Asociacion and US Soccer to host the 2026 FIFA World Cup. OFC President David Chung said…

Demaine moving on to new challenges

Yesterday marked the last day on the OFC roster for Women’s Football Development Officer Nicola Demaine, but the aspiring football coach is looking forward to focusing the next few years of her life on achieving her dream. “I plan…

Group hosts named for 2017

The OFC Champions League in 2017 is set to come to the shores of New Caledonia, New Zealand and Tahiti following the successful bids of four clubs. OFC Competitions Director Chris Kemp said the federations and clubs put forward…

Gunemba reunites with Kapuls

OFC Nations Cup 2016 Golden Boot winner Raymond Gunemba is on his way home to PNG to reunite with his Kapuls teammates for a training camp in Port Moresby to prepare for the Oceania Stage 3 Qualifiers for the…

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Planning process underway

Changes at FIFA and the Federation Caledonienne de Football over the past 12 months, including new President’s for both organisations, has seen the New Caledonia turn its attention to the future. This week FCF has welcomed a raft of…

Collaboration benefits B Licence

Coaches from across the region carry new knowledge home with them today after the conclusion of Part One of the OFC B Licence coaching course in Auckland last night. The course saw two women and 17 men commit to…

First round of Stage 3 confirmed

The first round of matches in the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™ Qualifiers – OFC Stage 3 have been confirmed with the Group B encounter between Tahiti and Solomon Islands kicking things off on 7 November in Papeete. Solomon…

Milestone election for OFC

For the first time in its 49 year history the Oceania Football Confederation will be represented by three candidates on the FIFA Council – football’s highest governing body. Sandra Fruean, vice-president of Football Federation American Samoa was elected as…

Krishna lends support to club licensing

Starting with very little in the way of organised activities didn’t stop Fiji international Roy Krishna from becoming a leading footballer in Oceania. But it didn’t help. Krishna was one of the keynote speakers at the FIFA/OFC Club Licensing…