June 7 – The finals event for Oceania’s Champions League will probably be hosted by New Zealand in August, with all eight competing groups to be confirmed on the finish of June, the Oceania Soccer Confederation (OFC) has introduced.
The worldwide well being disaster has left the OFC usually scrambling to get its competitions up and working. The competitors’s qualifying stage will probably be cancelled, which suggests the champions of American Samoa, Cook dinner Islands, Samoa and Tonga is not going to compete for a single ticket for the eight-team finals group.
As a substitute, the OFC has determined that Nikao Sokattak FC from the Cook dinner Islands will function within the closing eight. The chief committee weighed the sporting advantage of the golf equipment to make a decision.
The six winners from the playoffs will be a part of Nikao Sokattak FC and Auckland Metropolis FC on the finals event, which will probably be hosted in New Zealand between August 6-19.
The OFC additionally confirmed that the area’s U-19 competitors will probably be held in Tahiti and Fiji will host the OFC U-16 Males’s Cup in January 2023. The OFC Futsal Champions League nonetheless has been cancelled due to journey restrictions.
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