With Australia moving to the Asian Confederation in 2006, there's a chance for one of the
smaller islands to make the headlines.
OFC Nations Cup
The OFC Nations Cup, Oceania Football Confederation's flagship competition, has been
contested since 1973; with Australia and New Zealand taking it in turns to lift the
1973: New Zealand beat Tahiti (2:0).
1980: Australia beat Tahiti (4:2).
1996: Australia beat Tahiti (11:0 agg).
1998: New Zealand beat Australia (1:0).
2000: Australia beat New Zealand (2:0).
2002: New Zealand beat Australia (1:0).
In 2004, the OFC Nations Cup doubled as qualification for both the
Confederations Cup and the Germany
2006 World Cup.
2004: Australia beat Solomon Islands
2008: New Zealand, New Caledonia, Fiji, Vanuatu.
The four semi-finalists advance to the final round of OFC qualifying for Brazil 2014.
Click on the flag to find out more about the country.
American Samoa: Football Federation American Samoa.
Cook Islands: Cook Islands Football Association.
Fiji: Fiji Football
New Caledonia: Fédération Calédonienne de Football.
New Zealand: New Zealand Football.
Papua New Guinea: Papua New Guinea Football Association.
Solomon Islands: Solomon Islands
Tahitienne de Football.
Tonga: Tonga Football
OFC is the official home of Football in Oceania.
Oceania Football Confederation:
12 Maurice Road, Penrose,
P.O. Box 62-586, Auckland, New Zealand.
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