OFC Men’s Champions League

SUMMARY

The OFC Champions League has been our premier men’s club competition since its inception in 1987. It has undergone several format changes over the years. New Zealand’s Auckland City FC has been the most successful club side, winning the OFC Champions League 10 times as well as the OFC Club Championship as it was called in 2006. Auckland City FC achieved OFC’s best result at a FIFA Club World Cup when it finished 3rd in 2014.

Media Conference. Oceania Football Confederation (OFC) O-League Launch. Tuesday 28th November 2006. Left to right. Waitakere United’s Captain Danny Hay, Football superstar Christian Karembeu and Auckland City FC’s Dean Gordon

OFC Club Championship era

SEASON VENUE WINNER INFO
2006 North Harbour Stadium, Auckland Auckland City (NZ) READ MORE
2005 Stade Pater, Papeete Sydney FC (AUS) READ MORE
2001 Llyod Robson Stadium, Port Moresby Wollongong Wolves (AUS) READ MORE
1999 Prince Charles Park, Nadi South Melbourne (AUS) READ MORE
1987 Hindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide Adelaide City (AUS) READ MORE

 

OFC Champions League era

SEASON VENUE(s)
WINNER INFO
2007 Govind Park, Ba Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland Waitakere United (NZ) READ MORE
2007-08 Lawson Tama Stadium, Honiara Trusts Stadium, Auckland Waitakere United (NZ) READ MORE
2008-09 Lawson Tama Stadium, Honiara Kiwitea Street, Auckland Auckland City (NZ) READ MORE
2009-10 PMRL Stadium, Port Moresby Fred Taylor Park, Auckland Hekari United (PNG) READ MORE
2010-11 Municipal Stadium, Port Vila Kiwitea Street, Auckland Auckland City (NZ) READ MORE
2011-12 Kiwitea Street, Auckland Stade Louis Ganivet, Faaa Auckland City (NZ) READ MORE
2012-13 Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland Auckland City (NZ) READ MORE
2013-14 Municipal Stadium, Port Vila Kiwitea Street, Auckland Auckland City (NZ) READ MORE
2014-15 National Stadium, Suva Auckland City (NZ) READ MORE
2016 QBE Stadium, Auckland Auckland City (NZ) READ MORE
2017 Kiwitea Street, Auckland David Farrington Park, Wellington Auckland City (NZ) READ MORE
2018 David Farrington Park, Wellington Churchill Park, Lautoka Team Wellington (NZ) READ MORE
2019 Stade Numa-Daly Magenta, Nouméa Hienghène Sport (NCL) READ MORE
2020 Competition abandoned due to COVID-19 pandemic
2021 No competition due to COVID-19 pandemic
2022 Ngahue Reserve, Auckland Auckland City (NZ) READ MORE
2023 Freshwater Stadium, Port Vila and Soccer City Stadium Luganville Auckland City (NZ) READ MORE