Daryl Areai from the Matavera-Ngatangiia Football Club (MNFC) has the chance to achieve a childhood dream of becoming a professional football player. Daryl will next week begin a training attachment with the Wellington Phoenix Football Academy.
Hosts Tupapa Maraerenga FC and Samoan champions Kiwi FC have both advanced to the Group Stage of the region’s premier club football competition as the sun set on the OFC Champions League 2019 – Qualifying Stage at the CIFA Academy in the Cook Islands.
Fans of both Lotoha’apai United FC and Kiwi FC are in for a nervous ride on the third and final day at the OFC Champions League 2019 – Qualifying Stage tournament hosted by the Cook Islands Football Association in Rarotonga.
After winning against Lotoha’apai United Tupapa Maraerenga have booked their spot in the second stage of the OFC Champions League which starts next week.
Visitors Kiwi FC were left fuming at some calls made by the referee as home team Tupapa Maraerenga ran rampant on day one of the OFC Champions League Qualifiers over the weekend.
The champion clubs from Samoa, American Samoa and Tonga arrived on Wednesday and have begun their preparations for the OFC Champions league qualifiers, kicking off tomorrow at the CIFA Complex in Matavera.