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Chung lands in Vava’u

OFC President David Chung made an historic visit to Tonga at the weekend, travelling to Vava’u for the first time to check on the progress of the regional technical centre. The new regional technical centre will include an administration…

The main island of Tongatapu has been left devastated by Tropical Cyclone Gita and the winds of up to 230km/h and at the Tonga Football Association headquarters significant damage has been caused around the property and left the futsal…

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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…

Veitongo have claimed their fourth Tonga Football Major League title since 2014 after beating Ha’amoko 3-0 in their final match of the season at the weekend. The victory means the side will make its third-straight appearance in the OFC…

After an average 2016 season for Tonga Major League side Marist an off-season rebuild has seen the club reemerge in 2017 with their eye on the top prize. In the past 15 years the men’s team has consistently finished…

Tonga has joined Cook Islands in leading the OFC Education Centre pilot after the official launch at Loto Tonga Soka Centre in Nuku’alofa, Tonga, today. OFC President David Chung, Tonga Football Association President Lord Ve’ehala and Prime Minister of…

Tonga will become the second ever nation to gain local access to education and qualification pathways in football through the OFC Education Centre when Tonga Football Association launch the pilot programme at Loto Tonga Soka Centre this Saturday. The…