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The Oceania Football Confederation is on the lookout for a new Women’s Football Development Officer to join the technical department in Auckland, New Zealand. The successful candidate will be responsible for leading women’s football in OFC in a manner…

In 2011 Shannon Frizell got selected in to the Tonga National U 17 team to represent Tonga to the OFC U 17 qualifying championship in New Zealand as the Tongan goalkeeper but now Frizell has been selected to play…

Tonga Football also joined the rest of the Oceania countries in mourning the lost of Miss Emmie Sope, the Just Play Program Manager, that she has called to rest. Palu ‘Uhatahi Tu’amoheloa, the Just Play Project Manager and her…

Tonga or Samoa to qualify

A physical and fiercely contested title decider is anticipated by the coaches of both Tonga and Samoa as these two evenly matched rivals face each other in a highly anticipated showdown to determine the winner of the OFC U-19…

OFC President 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…

Vahe Loto picked up three points from their opening match in Loto-Tonga, but they’ll need to do the business again this coming Saturday against Vahe Hihifo to stay in the race for the title. Vahe Hahake is also keen…

The main island of Tongatapu where the home of football is situated have been devastated by Tropical Cyclone Gita with winds of 230km/h, a category four storm as anticipated destroyed the new futsal court and caused significant damage around…