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Oceania

Tonga Departmental collaboration has female empowerment at its heart!

The Tonga Football Association Social Responsibility and Women’s Football departments have collaborated for the first time to deliver a Women’s Capacity Building Workshop on Vava’u. Palu Uhatahi-Tu’amoheloa, TFA Head of Social Responsibility, who co-facilitated the three-day workshop alongside women’s football development manager Adelaide Tu’ivailala and development officers Sepi Vea and …

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Oceania’s Member Associations enjoying national academies!

National academies are filling up around the region with Member Associations such as Vanuatu and New Caledonia making the most of OFC’s national academy programme. The programme is designed to create football career pathways for individuals, while preparing them with tools to use around social responsibility. Vanuatu’s men’s national academy …

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Tongo’s ‘Eua prepares to bring Sport to Life!

Following the arrival of the 6-12-Year Just Play Programme in October 2020, the island of ‘Eua in Tonga is ready to implement the next stage of programme thanks to the recent delivery of a two-day training course. Fifteen volunteers attended the Sport to Life training for the 13-18-Year Just Play …

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Oceania’s OFC Stars of Tomorrow VIDEO: Ep. 3 – Passing!

Join Jeremiah and Sarah as they take you through passing the ball in episode three of OFC Stars of Tomorrow. OFC Stars of Tomorrow is a social media campaign aimed to encourage children up to the age of 14 to participate in skills challenges to uncover the region’s most talented …

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Fiji’s Savusavu ready to Just Play in 2021!

Fiji’s Savusavu is celebrating the return of the Just Play Programme for 2021 following the delivery of a 6-12-year instructor training course. The town, located on the island of Vanua Levu in the Cakaudrove Province, welcomed the one-day instructor course at Kamendra Primary on Saturday. Facilitated by Luke Raisele and …

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Oceania Football Confederation announces partnership with Hudl!

Oceania Football Confederation has confirmed its partnership with Hudl who will provide a suite of analysis tools to enhance football performance and development through video and data. Hudl is used by more than 180,000 global sports teams from grassroots to professional level to enhance performance analysis and player recruitment. The …

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Oceania’s OFC Stars of Tomorrow VIDEO: Ep. 2 – Running!

Join Jeremiah and Sarah as they take you through running with the ball in episode two of OFC Stars of Tomorrow. OFC Stars of Tomorrow is a social media campaign aimed to encourage children up to the age of 14 to participate in skills challenges to uncover the region’s most …

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