The OFC Champions League 2018 Qualifier will be coming to screens live this month courtesy of a partnership with streaming platform Mycujoo.
The Oceania Football Confederation last coupled with Mycujoo to bring the OFC U-16 Women’s Championship to fans live from Samoa in 2017, and is excited all the action from the first stage of the region’s premier international club competition will be delivered direct from Pago Pago, American Samoa.
OFC Competitions Director Chris Kemp said having the Qualifier stage live is a step forward.
“In the past we have been able to bring different stages of the OFC Champions League direct to fans either via broadcast or streaming,” Kemp said.
“It is very exciting for us from a competition stand-point that this year’s event will have live coverage from the beginning.
“Fans will be able to engage from the outset and for some of them, it is an opportunity to follow their team from start to finish in this competition.”
The OFC Champions League 2018 Qualifier will be available here, and links will also be provided to the Oceania Football Confederation channel on match days via the official OFC Facebook and Twitter accounts.