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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…

Papua New Guinea football seems to have unstoppable momentum at the moment, with the senior national team leading the charge. A late developer even by Oceania standards, the nation first came to the attention of many in 2010 as…

In effort to contribute to the further development of football across the country, Papua New Guinea Football Association gifted Wewak Football Association with 24 new balls last week. Spanish Football Foundation LaLiga donated the equipment to PNGFA to promote…

Papua New Guinea international Nigel Dabingyaba has helped turn the fortunes of his new club Penang around scoring the lone goal in their 1-0 victory over MPKB-BRI FC in the second round of the Malyasian FA Cup. The victory…

As their first match of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™ Qualifiers – OFC Stage 3 approaches for Papua New Guinea, George Slefendorfas is eager to stand with the Kapuls in their two matches against Tahiti in March. The…

Live Your Goals inspires

Bright sunshine, a perfectly trimmed pitch and several qualified coaches. The surrounding conditions for today’s Live Your Goals festival in the PNG Football Stadium in Port Moresby couldn’t have been any better. More than 200 girls of different age…

Kapuls edged by Malaysia

Papua New Guinea have been edged 2-1 by Malaysia in their second match of their Asian tour in Shah Alam on Monday night. Showing the eye-opening 8-1 defeat to Asian heavyweights Iran last week had not dented their confidence,…