The Oceania Football Confederation is on the lookout for a new Women’s Football Development Officer to join the technical department in Auckland, New Zealand. The successful candidate will be responsible for leading women’s football in OFC in a manner…

OFC makes key governance appointments

The Oceania Football Confederation took another step toward forward with two key appointments made during its Executive Committee meeting in Russia on 13 July. Following the appointment of Vanuatu’s Lambert Maltock to OFC President, the position of Vice-President he…

The OFC Acting President Lambert Maltock leads the Oceania football community in mourning long-time servant of the game Emmie Sope following her passing early this morning. Maltock said Sope will leave a large hole in the football landscape following…

The Oceania Football Confederation is in mourning following the passing of our close friend and colleague Emmie Sope after a long illness. Humble, strong, generous and wise, Emmie has been a crucial cog in the success of the OFC…

Key decisions made by OFC ExCo

The Oceania Football Confederation Executive Committee met in Auckland on Sunday 8th April with several topics up for discussion including the resignation of OFC President David Chung this week. As a result of its deliberations, the OFC Executive Committee…

Le comité exécutif de la confédération de football d’Océanie s’est réuni dimanche 8 avril à Auckland abordant plusieurs sujets de discussion, dont la démission cette semaine du président de l’OFC, David Chung. À la suite de ses délibérations, le…

OFC President steps down

President of the Oceania Football Confederation, David Chung, has resigned from his position effective immediately. Chung, who has been at the helm of OFC since 2011, took the decision after much deliberation citing personal reasons. The OFC Executive Committee…

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OFC offers support to Tonga

The Oceania Football Confederation is reaching out to the Tonga Football Association in the wake of Tropical Cyclone Gita which left a trail of destruction in its path. The Category 4 cyclone made landfall in Tonga on Monday evening…

A recent COMET Cluster Workshop held in Auckland, New Zealand is expected to professionalise football clubs across the Oceania and align them more closely with the Oceania Football Confederation. OFC Competitions Director Chris Kemp said the competition management programme…

VACANCY: Media Officer

Do you love football? What about the Pacific? If you can tick both these boxes then we may have the role for you. The Oceania Football Confederation (OFC) is looking for a talented media officer with an affinity for…