The Oceania Football Confederation has elected acting President and Vanuatu Football Federation President Lambert Maltock to the role for the next four-year term. Since taking over as interim President in early 2018 Maltock has overseen significant reforms at the…

The Oceania Football Confederation joins the Solomon Islands football community in mourning the recent passing of former national team coach Noel Wagapu. A moment of silence was observed during the final Group D matches of the OFC Champions League…

VACANCY: Competitions Manager

This is a rare opportunity to make a significant contribution to the development of football and the sporting communities of the Oceania region. The OFC is embarking in a new development phase with its OFC Football Development strategy built…

The Oceania Football Confederation held an Extraordinary Congress on 21 November 2018 during which it adopted new statutes endorsed by the OFC Executive Committee following a thorough governance reform process. When the issues surrounding the Home of Football development…

FIFA Secretary General Fatma Samoura led a FIFA Governance Workshop attended by the OFC Executive Committee. The objective of the workshop, a first for the region, was the exchange of best practices, and to assist with the understanding of…

The OFC Executive Committee has signed off on the OFC Football Development Strategy, a document which will underline all football development in the region through to 2026. The development strategy is built on three pillars – Good Governance, Football…

Hosts appointed for 2019 competitions

The 2019 OFC Competition calendar will be jam-packed in 2019 with nine different competitions of differing lengths and stages that will see competitive regional football played from January through to December. When the OFC Executive Committee met in Auckland…

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…