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Papua New Guinea international Patrick Aisa will be making the move to New Zealand shores for the 2017-18 ISPS Handa Premiership, set to kick off in October. Hamilton Wanderers coach Ricki Herbert confirmed last Friday that Aisa will be…

Komolong signs German deal

Papua New Guinea international Alwin Komolong has signed a deal with German fourth tier club Stuttgarter Kickers. The talented defender has already debuted for the club, playing 62 minutes as a starter against VfB Stuttgart. Komolong, who recently graduated from…

Defending champions Lae City Dwellers are on track to another OFC Champions League appearance next year, with a strong lead on the table ahead of today’s Papua New Guinea National Soccer League triple header at Bisini Soccer grounds in Port…

After a heart-breaking pair of losses to Solomon Islands ended their 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™ hopes on Tuesday, the Papua New Guinea Kapuls have returned to their respective domestic clubs for the Papua New Guinea National Soccer League,…

After an historic year of developing football and breaking records, the Papua New Guinea national football team was awarded 2017 Team of the Year at the SP Sports Awards in Port Moresby on Saturday. Running for the past 21…

With PNG international Raymond Gunemba back in his home club’s colours for the 2017 PNG National Soccer League – kicking off this weekend – Lae City Dwellers are feeling more confident than ever about defending their 2016 title and…

Joining football leaders from across the region, former Papua New Guinea international Maurie Wasi is gaining deeper insight into how to give back to the game during this week’s OFC Education and Training Seminar in Auckland, New Zealand. “It’s…

Wadunah called-on by AFC

Only recently returned home from Fiji following the completion of Part 2 of her OFC B Licence coaching course, Papua New Guinea U-20 women’s assistant coach Rachel Wadunah is now preparing for a visit to Shanghai, representing Oceania at…