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List of top-division football clubs in OFC countries

A map of the world. New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, countries between the two (apart from Australia) and parts of Micronesia are coloured.
  OFC countries on this map of the world's six football confederations.


This is a list of top-division association football clubs in OFC countries. OFC is the football confederation that overseas the sport in Oceania.

The football associations of Australia and Guam are members of AFC, the Asian football confederation (Australia was previously an OFC member but had left), and the football association of Northern Mariana Islands is a provisional associate member of AFC (previously an OFC associate member but had left). The football associations of Kiribati, the Federated States of Micronesia, Niue, Palau and Tuvalu are associate members of OFC (but not members of FIFA). The sovereign states of Marshall Islands and Nauru, and the dependent territories of Norfolk Island, Pitcairn Islands, Tokelau, and Wallis and Futuna, are not members of OFC or any other football confederation.

Each of the OFC member countries have their own football league systems. The clubs playing in each top-level league compete for the title as the country's club champions, and also for some countries, places in next season's OFC club competition, i.e., the OFC Champions League. Due to promotion and relegation, the clubs playing in the top-level league in some countries are different every season.

The champions of the previous season in each country are listed in bold.

  • For clubs playing at lower divisions, see the separate articles linked to in the relevant sections.
  • For clubs belonging to any of the other five continental football confederations of the world, see List of football (soccer) clubs.
Club name Club finished the previous season as league champions.

American Samoa

As of 2013 season
Club City
FC SKBC Apia
Pago Youth A Pago Pago
Black Roses Pago Pago
Tafuna Jets
Lion Heart
Taputimu Youth
Utulei Youth
Pago Youth B Pago Pago

Cook Islands

As of 2014 season
Club City
Takuvaine Avarua
Avatiu FC Avarua
Matavera Matavera
Tupapa FC Avarua
Titikaveka FC Titikaveka
Sokattack Nikao Nikao Field
Arorangi Arorangi

Fiji

As of 2014/15 season

In the foreground is a grass field; part of two of its sides are visible. To the left is a sloped, grassy bank. To the right is a covered seating area. Beyond the corner of the field, trees and vehicles can be seen in the distance.
Churchill Park—home to Lautoka F.C.—also hosts rugby union matches.

Club City
Ba F.C. Ba Town
Lautoka F.C. Lautoka
Labasa F.C. Labasa
Nadi F.C. Nadi
Navua F.C. Tavua District
Nasinu F.C. Nasinu
Nadroga F.C. Sigatoka
Rewa F.C. Nausori
Suva F.C. Suva
Tavua F.C. Tavua District

Kiribati

Group A
Club City
Tarawa Urban Council
Beru
Aranuka
Marakei
Banaba
Tabiteuea South
Group B
Club City
Betio Town Council
Nonouti
Abaiang
Onotoa
Kuria
Teraina
Group C
Club City
Tarawa Urban Council 2
Makin
Abemama
Maiana
Christmas
Nikunau
Group D
Club City
Butaritari
Tabuaeran
North Tarawa
Arorae
Tabiteuea North

Federated States of Micronesia

New Caledonia

As of 2010 season
Club City
JS Baco Koné
Gaïtcha FCN Nouméa
Hienghène Sport Hienghène
AS Kunié L'Île-des-Pins
AS Lossi Nouméa
AS Magenta Nouméa
AS Mont-Dore Le Mont-Dore
Mouli Sports Nouméa

New Zealand

As of 2013-14 season
Club City
Auckland City FC Auckland
Canterbury United Christchurch
Hawke's Bay United Napier
Southern United Dunedin
Team Wellington Wellington
WaiBOP United Hamilton
Waitakere United Waitakere City
Wanderers SC North Harbour

Niue

As of 2005 season
Club City
Alofi
Ava
Avatele
Hakupu
Liku
Muta
Talava
Tuapa
Vaiea

Palau

As of 2007 season
Club City
Surangel and Sons Company
Team Bangladesh
Mount Everest Nepal
Palau Tiger Team
Universal Peace Foundation

Papua New Guinea

As of 2007 season
Club City

Samoa

As of 2007 season
Club City
AST Central United
Adidas
Gold Star Sogi
Gruz Azull
Kiwi FC
Konica
Lepea
Lupe
Sinamoga
Vaivase-tai

Solomon Islands

As of 2007 season
Club City
Northern Warriors Central
Paratasi FC Guadalcanal
Marist F.C Honiara
Koloale FC Honiara Honiara
Kossa FC Honiara
Katova FC Isabel
Auki Kingz Malaita
Avaiki Chiefs Warriors Renbel
Kohohale FC Western

French Polynesia

As of 2007/2008 season
Club City
AS Tamarii Faa'a
AS Temanava
AS Manu Ura
AS Pirae
AS Dragon
AS Taravao AC
AS Tefana
AS Aorai
AS Jeunes Tahitiens
AS Central Sport

Tonga

As of 2003 season
Club City
SC Lotoha'apai
Ngele'ia
Ma'ufanga
Nautoka
Kolofo'ou
Funga'onetaka
Lotoha'apai Dragon
Kumifonua
Ahi 'o Ulakai (Ahau)
Veitongo

Tuvalu

As of 2012 season

Tuvalu Sports Ground is the only stadium in Tuvalu.
Club Island
FC Manu Laeva Nukulaelae
FC Nanumaga Nanumanga
FC Niutao Niutao
FC Tofaga Vaitupu
Nauti FC Funafuti
Nui Nui
Lakena United Nanumea
Tamanuku Nukufetau

Vanuatu

As of 2007 season
Club City
Amical FC
Erakor Golden Star
Ifira Black Bird FC
Pango Green Bird FC
Tafea FC
Tupuji Imere FC
Westtan Verts FC
Yatel FC

See also

External links

  • Official Website
  • Fiji National League Tables

References

  • The RSSSF Archive - Domestic Results (Asia and Oceania), Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation. Last accessed October 30, 2006.
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