Fiji Men’s Head Coach Christophe Gamel talks to Football in Oceania about Fiji FA’s plans to qualify for the World Cup in 2026 and other short-term goals. Continue reading “INTERVIEW: Fiji’s Mission 2026 explained”
Football in Oceania takes a look at the most interesting transfers of players from Oceania over the summer months. Continue reading “Oceania Transfer Roundup”
Football in Oceania talks to the Head Coach of the New Zealand Women’s U20 team, Gareth Turnbull, about his team that just won the OFC U19 Championship for the sixth time running. Continue reading “INTERVIEW: New Zealand Coach Gareth Turnbull on OFC success and World Cup”
Football in Oceania has an exclusive interview with the captain of the Solomon Islands national team Henry Fa’arodo. Continue reading “INTERVIEW: Solomon Islands captain Henry Fa’arodo on his experiences, mentoring and a new job”
Kiribati are trying to gain entry into the football world, but are currently left alone to play football on their beautiful islands. But they want so much more, and helping them with that is one man from England.
Continue reading “Kiribati – Fighting for FIFA membership”
Christophe Gamel is the new man in charge of the Fiji Men’s National Team, taking the reigns at the start of the year, and he has wasted no time getting involved in every way he can. Continue reading “INTERVIEW: Christophe Gamel looks to shape the future of Fiji”
With a population between 10 000 and 12 000 people Tuvalu is one of the smallest nations in the world. Despite it being a tiny speck of dust on the world map they have a football team. A football team that is yet to be included into the FIFA-family, but might play in a World Cup next year. Continue reading “Tuvalu – A nation’s struggle for footballing recognition”