OFC Nations Cup Programme

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  • OFC Nations Cup28 May - 11 June

    Sir John Guise Stadium, Port MoresbyPapua New Guinea

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  • 13 November to 3 DecemberBE PART OF IT!

  • Bringing this event to Papua New Guinea is something we have been working towards for some time and I am incredibly proud to not only be sharing the sights and sounds of our nation with the Oceania football family, but also introducing the people of Papua New Guinea to the best footballers our region has to offer.The OFC Nations Cup is the most prestigous event in the Oceania fotoball calendar.

    I would like to acknowledge the Papua New Guinea Football Association for their contribu-tion to hosting this event, as well as the FIFA U-20 Womens World Cup Local Organising Committee (LOC).The two bodies have been responsible for ensuring the logistics for the sucessful running of this tournament are in place.I would like to thank our OFC Partners, and the sponsors of this event, Telikom PNG, iRENA, TruTru Wara, Dream Inn and NCDC, without whom this tournament would not be possible.

    We saw with the XV Pacific Games that football is a hugely popular sport in Papua New Guiena and bringing the OFC Nations Cup to its capital will only help to raise the profile of this growing game. Sir John Guise Stadium will surely come alive as the eight countries fight to keep their 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia hopes alive. Although the real prize for this event will be reserved for the winner, who will qualify for the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup, the top six sides will go on to contest stage three of World Cup qualifying.

    Tahiti are the defending champions, making global headlines when they became the first nation outside of New Zealand or Australia to earn the regional title.

    OFC will provide extensive coverage through-out the tournametn and we also welcome members of the media - many of whom have travelled to Port Moresby from other parts of the Pacific and further afield - to share the remarkable stories of this event with the fans.Good luck to all the teams involved, I trust that all matches will be played in the spirit of fair play - and with the enjoyment that represent-ing your country brings.

    Yours in football,

    David ChungPNGFA PresidentOFC PresidentFIFA Vice-President

    PresidentsWelcome

    It is with enormous pleasure that I can welcome everyone taking part in the 2016 OFC Nations Cup to Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea.

  • Welcome to Port Moresby

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    Located in the Southern Provincial Region is Port Moresby, the capital city and gateway to all the sights, sounds, adventures and destinations in Papua New Guinea.

    Port Moresby became the capital when the Territory of Papua and New Guinea was formed in 1945, and remaned the capital at independence in 1975.

    Home to over 250,000 inhabitants, the capital is a hub of government and commerical activity. This has created a melting pot of various ethnic groups and communities within the city limits as Government Haus and most international agencies are located here.

    Port Moresby is more than just a business hub however. Nestled right in the heart of the city is the countrys leading botanial and zoological park and gardens the Port Moresby Nature Park, showcasing Papua New Guineas unique flora and fauna. Just outside Port Moresby along the Sogeri Plateau is the gateway to the famous Kokoda trail, a major attraction for international adventurers from across the globe.

    Port Moresby

    Papua New Guinea

    Papua New Guinea is known as the land of a million journeys and a thousand languages.

    Papua New Guinea is the largest and most populous Melanesian country in Oceania. The most recent census was held in 2010 and had the nations offical population figures standing at six million, however predications are that six years later that number may have expanded to around 10 million.

    Renowned for its amazing diversity both geographically and culturally, Papua New Guinea is made up of 22 provinces which are grouped into four provincial regions; Momase, the New Guinea Islands, the Highlands and Southern.

  • The quadrienniel OFC Nations Cup is the regions premier international football competition which sees eight Oceania nations vie for the right to represent OFC at the FIFA Confederations Cup.The prestigious event also offers one of the most impressive trophies in the OFC cabinet.Measuring at 55cm high, the trophy took 65 hours to complete and was created entirely from silver plate by the Thomas Lyte team of expert silversmiths.

    The stunning tophy consists of a sphere - upon which a map of Oceania is engraved - and three legs, which each have a differ-ent motif pattern reflecting the Melane-sian, Polynesian and Maori cultures which make up the region.

    The plinth is made from mahogany and is stained to a rich dark finish. The logos of all 11 OFC Member Associations are engraved on the top band of the plinth, while the bottom features the OFC logo and a scroll of past Nations Cup winners.

    The OFC Nations Cup

    The 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup will be held in Russia.

    Like the OFC Nations Cup, the FIFA Con-federations Cup is held every four years and is contested by the holders of each of the six FIFA Confederation champion-ships - UEFA, CONMEBOL, CONCACAF, CAF, AFC and OFC.

    Joining them is the current FIFA World Cup holder Germany and the host nation of Russia, bringing the number of teams up to eight.

    The OFC Nations Cup

    FIFA Confederations Cup

  • John PAREANGA COK

    Ravinesh KUMAR FIJ

    Avinesh NARAYAN FIJ

    Bertrand BRIAL NCL

    Mark RULE NZL

    Folio MOEAKI TGA

    Norman BAFINU SALI PNG

    Noah KUSUNAN PNG

    Johnny ERICK SOL

    Philippe REVEL TAH

    Tevita MAKASINI TGA

    Hilmon SESE VAN

    Assistant RefereesRavitesh BEHARI FIJ

    Mdric LACOUR NCL

    Matt CONGER NZL

    Nick WALDRON NZL

    Amos ANIO PNG

    George TIME SOL

    Norbert HAUATA TAH

    Kader ZITOUNI TAH

    Joel HOPKEN VAN

    Robinson BANGA VAN

    Referees

    Rod PELOSI NZL

    Tevita VEA TGA

    Jimmy WARAI PNG

    Neil POLOSO SOL

    Referee Assessors

    Match Officials

  • Simionie TAMANISAU GK

    Avinesh SUWAMY MF

    Remueru TEKIATE DF

    Jale DRELOA DF

    Rusiate MATAREREGA FW

    Nickel CHAND MF

    Pita BOLAITOGA FW

    Setareki HUGHES MF

    Roy KRISHNA FW

    Iosefo VEREVOU FW

    Ilimotama JESE DF

    Tevita WARANAIVALU FW

    Fiji have been going from one high to another of late, qualifying for their first FIFA tournament - the FIFA U-20 World Cup - and more recently the Rio Olympic Games. Both of those were youth tournaments and now it is Fijis chance to prove themselves at senior level.

    In 2012 Fiji put on a decent display earning two draws and going down just 1-0 against New Zealand. It wasnt enough to put them through to the semi-finals, but with a new coach at the helm and a professional in the ranks Fiji will be out to improve that record.Frank Farina has more than proven himself as a former player and coach for the Socceroos, he knows the importance of this competition. The same goes for Wellington Phoenix striker Roy Krishna who is only too aware of where this competition sits on the global stage. The side is littered with young starts like Iosefo Verevou, Jale Dreloa and Setareki Hughes who will be holding their own alongside the teams veterans.

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    Ilisoni LOGAIVOU FW

    Kolinio SIVOKI DF

    Samuela NABENIA FW

    Malakai TIWA MF

    Taione KEREVANUA MF

    Laisenia RAURA MF

    Amani MAKOE FW

    Shaneel NAIDU GK

    Alvin SINGH DF

    Beniaminio MATEINAQARA GK

    Samuela KAUTOGA DF

    Coach: Frank FARINA (AUS)

  • After knocking out the favourites in 2012 New Caledonia were just one match away from securing an historic title. That honour eventually went to Tahiti and its not some-thing the Caledonian side have forgotten. Time has seen the retirement of several key members of that 2012 squad, and coach Thierry Sardo has been able to bring in some new blood. The Bearunes and Wakanamunes bring talent and experience, and the return of Jean Philippe Saiko, Csar Zeoula and Judikael Ixoee from France will have a huge influence, as will the inclusion of the domestic leagues leading scorer Bertrand Kai. New Caledonia have been sturdy on the regional stage across all levels with their latest triumph the successful defence of their Pacific Games gold. With two second-place finshes in a row at the Nations Cup, this determined side is aiming to go one better this year.

    Dimitri PETEMOU GK

    Judikael IXOEE DF

    Joseph TCHACKO DF

    Georges BEARUNE DF

    Kevin NEMIA FW

    Cedric SANSOT MF

    Joel WAKANAMUNE MF

    Roy KAYARA MF

    Jean Philippe SAIKO FW

    Csar ZEOULA MF

    Bertrand KAI FW

    Loic WAKANAMUNE DF

    New Caledonia

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    Jean Brice WAKANAMUNE DF

    Jacky MEINDU MF

    Joerisse CEXOME MF

    Jean Christ WAJOKA DF

    Georges GOPE-FENEPEJ FW

    Emile BEARUNE DF

    Joseph ATHALE MF

    Thomas SCHMIDT GK

    Jefferson DAHITE FW

    Jelen IXOEE GK

    Coach: Thierry SARDO (NCL)

  • The All Whites have been building up to this event ever since Anthony Hudson was appointed to coach the side. While international matches have been few and far between, when the team has played theyve managed to secure some decent results against high-ranking sides.

    The likes of captain Chris Wood, Michael McGlinchey, Marco Rojas and Michael Boxall will remember all too clearly the previous edition of the OFC Nations Cup in Honiara.Theres also a contingent of players who know the conditions well following the Olym-pic qualifiers in Port Moresby last year.

    Stefan MARINOVIC GK

    Kip COLVEY DF

    Matthew RIDENTON MF

    Themistoklis TZIMOPOULOS DF

    Michael BOXALL DF

    Bill TUILOMA MF

    Kosta BARBAROUSES FW

    Michael MCGLINCHEY MF

    Chris WOOD FW

    Luka PRELEVIC MF

    Marco ROJAS MF

    Max CROCROMBE GK

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    Monty PATTERSON FW

    Rory FALLON FW

    Jeremy BROCKIE FW

    Louis FENTON MF

    Luke ADAMS DF

    Sam BROTHERTON DF

    Tom DOYLE DF

    Te Atawhai HUDSON-WIHONGI MF

    Logan ROGERSON FW

    Moses DYER MF

    Tamati WILLIAMS GK

    Coach: Anthony HUDSON (ENG)

  • Papua New Guineas third place finish at the XV Pacific Games on home soil was the first sign that this is a team on the rise. As one of the most active national sides in recent years PNG have been building up to this competition for some time and with a new coach, Flemming Serritslev, at the helm they are in good hands.

    Experienced campaigners David Muta, Raymond Gunemba and Koriak Upaiga will be at the heart of the squad. Youngsters like Tommy Semmy and Felix Komolong have plenty of club experience but this will be new territory for them. Theres a lot at stake and every member of the squad will want to perform.

    1 Ishmael POLE GK

    2 Daniel JOE DF

    3 Valentine NELSON DF

    4 Alwin KOMOLONG MF

    5 Felix KOMOLONG DF

    6 Patrick AISA FW

    7 Raymond GUNEMBA FW

    8 Michael FOSTER MF

    9 Nigel DABINGYABA FW

    10 Obert BIKA MF

    11 Wira WAMA MF

    12 David MUTA MF

    Papua New Guinea

    Roland BALA DF

    Emmanuel SIMON MF

    Philip STEVEN DF

    Jeremy YASASA DF

    Jacob SABUA MF

    Tommy SEMMY FW

    Koriak UPAIGA DF

    Ronald WARISAN GK

    Sammie CAMPBELL DF

    Otto KUSUNAN DF

    Leslie KALAI GK

    Coach: Flemming SERRITSLEV (DEN)

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  • Things could have gone better for Samoa in 2012 after the went home without a win from their first OFC Nations Cup. This time around theyve got a new coach in charge, theyve recruited heavily across Australia and New Zealand and they have been preparing ever since they triumphed in Stage 1. Scott Easthope has moved from an advisory role to the position of head coach, while former coach Phineas Young is now the assistant. The changes wont ahve had too much effect on the players who remain determined to improve their standing and earn their first passage to Stage 3 of FIFA World Cup qualifying. With veteran Desmond Faaiuaso sure to add some flair up front, the addition of Jai Ingham will also be turning heads. The Melbourne Victory midfield-er has earned his first call-up to represent Samoa and will bring a huge amount of skill and experience to the squad.

    Samoa

    Faalavelave MATAGI GK

    John HALL DF

    Kaipo TAGALOA DF

    Filipo BURETA DF

    Jarrell SALE DF

    Ryan MARTIN MF

    Andrew MOBBERLEY MF

    Cameron MARTIN MF

    Paulo SCANLAN MF

    Desmond FAAIUASO FW

    Jai INGHAM FW

    Mike SAOFAIGA FW

    Samoa

    Roland BALA DF

    Emmanuel SIMON MF

    Philip STEVEN DF

    Jeremy YASASA DF

    Jacob SABUA MF

    Tommy SEMMY FW

    Koriak UPAIGA DF

    Ronald WARISAN GK

    Sammie CAMPBELL DF

    Otto KUSUNAN DF

    Leslie KALAI GK

    Coach: Flemming SERRITSLEV (DEN)

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    Lionel TAYLOR MF

    Keone KAPISI MF

    Luki GOCSHE FW

    Marcus ALIMONTI DF

    Joseph DAN-TYRELL MF

    Henry PUPI DF

    Lapalapa TONI FW

    Silao MALO FW

    Samuel MALO MF

    Charlie TAPELU GK

    Ted SIVOKI GK

    Coach: Scott EASTHOPE (NZL)

  • Match Schedule

    16:00

    PNG

    NCL

    VS

    16:00

    PNG

    TAH

    VS

    16:00

    SAM

    PNG

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    19:00

    TAH

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    19:00

    NCL

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    NZL

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    MD 1 MD 3 MD 5MD 2 MD 4 MD 6 MD 7(Semi-Finals)MD 8(Final)

    19:00

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    FIJ

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    NZL

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    16:00

    1stGroup B

    2ndGroup A

    VS

    19:30

    1stGroup A

    2ndGroup B

    VS

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    Semi-Final 1 Winner

    Semi-Final 2 Winner

    VS

    1 Tahiti TAH2 New Caledonia NCL3 Samoa SAM4 Papua New Guinea PNG

    1 New Zealand NZL2 Solomon Islands SOL3 Fiji FIJ4 Vanuatu VAN

    GROUP BGROUP A SPONSORS

    Day

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    GUI

    SE S

    TADI

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    SaturdayMay

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    SundayMay

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    MondayMay

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    TuesdayMay

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    ThursdayJune

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    TuesdayJune

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    SaturdayJune

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    ThursdayJune

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    WednesdayJune

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    MondayJune

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    FridayJune

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    WednesdayJune

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    SundayJune

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    FridayJune

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    REST

    REST

    REST

    REST

    SaturdayJune

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    MATCH SCHEDULE 2016 PORT MORESBY / PAPUA NEW GUINEA

  • Match Schedule

    16:00

    PNG

    NCL

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    16:00

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    16:00

    SAM

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    19:00

    TAH

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    19:00

    NCL

    SAM

    VS

    19:00

    TAH

    NCL

    VS

    16:00

    NZL

    FIJ

    VS

    16:00

    VAN

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    VS

    16:00

    FIJ

    VAN

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    MD 1 MD 3 MD 5MD 2 MD 4 MD 6 MD 7(Semi-Finals)MD 8(Final)

    19:00

    VAN

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    19:00

    SOL

    FIJ

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    19:00

    NZL

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    16:00

    1stGroup B

    2ndGroup A

    VS

    19:30

    1stGroup A

    2ndGroup B

    VS

    16:00

    Semi-Final 1 Winner

    Semi-Final 2 Winner

    VS

    1 Tahiti TAH2 New Caledonia NCL3 Samoa SAM4 Papua New Guinea PNG

    1 New Zealand NZL2 Solomon Islands SOL3 Fiji FIJ4 Vanuatu VAN

    GROUP BGROUP A SPONSORS

    Day

    SIR

    JOHN

    GUI

    SE S

    TADI

    UM

    SaturdayMay

    28

    SundayMay

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    MondayMay

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    TuesdayMay

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    ThursdayJune

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    TuesdayJune

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    SaturdayJune

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    ThursdayJune

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    WednesdayJune

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    MondayJune

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    FridayJune

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    WednesdayJune

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    SundayJune

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    FridayJune

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    REST

    REST

    REST

    REST

    SaturdayJune

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  • Experience is where recent OFC B Licence accredited coach Moses Toata has put his faith coming into this competition. Talismanic attacking duo Benjamin Totori and Henry Faarodo, both well known across the Pacific football community, will lead the front line. At the back Solomons have safety in Nelson Sale, Bata Furi and Haddis Aengari, all three of whom are seasoned campaigners. Plenty of attention will be turned to-wards Auckland City FC striker Micah Leaalafa who a lot of fans will be waiting to see. The dual international helped the Solomon Islands qualify for the FIFA Futsal World Cup earlier this year and will be doing his best to see the Bonitos through to their first regional title if he can. Aiding in that pursuit will be the expert technical eye of Leaalafas Auckland City coach Ramon Tribulietx who has come on board as a techni-cal advisor in the weeks leading up to kick off.

    Phillip MANGO GK

    Haddis AENGARI DF

    Bata FURAI DF

    Fred FAKARI DF

    Freddie KINI DF

    Allen PETER DF

    Dennis IFUNAOA MF

    Paul WALE MF

    Benjamin TOTORI FW

    Judd MOLEA MF

    Micah LEAALAFA FW

    Samson KOTI GK

    Solomon Islands

    James NAKA FW

    Moffat KILIFA MF

    Jerry DONGA FW

    Gagame FENI FW

    Nelson SALE DF

    Henry FAARODO MF

    Gibson DAUDAU MF

    Charlie OTAINAO MF

    Joses NAWO MF

    James DOORO GK

    Coach: Moses TOATA (SOL)

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  • Defending a title is never an easy feat but Tahiti will be as determined to impress on the regional stage as they were four years ago. Steevy Chong Hues goal in the final of the 2012 OFC Nations Cup saw Tahiti through to an historic victory and the forward will be out to make a similar contribution here in Port Moresby. Assistant to Eddy Etaeta during that campaign, Ludovic Graugnard has stepped up to lead this side, and is re-lying on some seasoned campaigners to assist him. Defender Nicholas Vallar is joined by keeper Mikael Roche as well as Heimano Bourebare, Vincent Simon, Alvin Tehau and Henri Caroine to provide the base of experience. XV Pacific Games runner-up Fred Tissot brings youth to the equation along with Tauhiti Keck.

    Mikael ROCHE GK

    Taumihau TIATIA DF

    Ricky AITAMAI DF

    Rainui AROITA DF

    Henri CAROINE MF

    Temarii TINORUA FW

    Tauatua LUCAS FW

    Tauhiti KECK FW

    Teaonui TEHAU FW

    Jay WARREN MF

    Mauaruu TEHINA MF

    Steevy CHONG-HUE FW

    Matatia PAAMA DF

    Heimano BOUREBARE MF

    Bruno TETUANUI GK

    Tamatoa TETAUIRA DF

    Tefai FAEHAU MF

    Vincent SIMON DF

    Alvin TEHAU MF

    Fred TISSOT FW

    Nicholas VALLAR DF

    Coach: Ludovic GRAUGNARD (FRA)

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  • Vanuatu have an exciting line-up that could see them go far. Coach Moise Poida is one of the regions most experienced and talented Pacific Island coaches and hes been working with a large majority of these players in various teams over the past four years. The flair of Bong Kalo, Jacky Ruben, Don Mansale and Kensi Tangis will be well com-plimented by the defensive stability of Brian Kaltack and Jason Thomas. Vanuatu has a strong academy programme and many of this squad are graduates. Theyve done well on the regional stage at youth level and while theyve fallen short of the final hurdle theyve gotten closer with each attempt and this could well be the year they peak.

    Matatia PAAMA DF

    Heimano BOUREBARE MF

    Bruno TETUANUI GK

    Tamatoa TETAUIRA DF

    Tefai FAEHAU MF

    Vincent SIMON DF

    Alvin TEHAU MF

    Fred TISSOT FW

    Nicholas VALLAR DF

    Coach: Ludovic GRAUGNARD (FRA)

    Seiloni IARUEL GK

    Brian KALTACK DF

    Kevin SHEM DF

    Jason THOMAS DF

    Jacques WANEMUT DF

    Ignace Yamak DF

    Samuel KALOROS DF

    Remy KALSARAP DF

    Bill NICHOLLS MF

    Dominique FRED MF

    Raoul COULON MF

    Zica MAHUNI MF

    Nemani ROQARA MF

    Bong KALO MF

    Daniel NATOU MF

    Tony KALTACK FW

    Jean KALTACK FW

    Fenedy MASAUVAKALO FW

    Kensi TANGIS FW

    Chikau MANSALE GK

    Kaloran FIRIAM GK

    Jacky RUBEN MF

    Don MANSALE MF

    Coach: Moise POIDA (VAN)

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  • History

    Champion: New Zealand / Runner-up: Tahiti / Third: New Caledonia / Fourth: New Hebrides (now Vanuatu)

    New Zealand beat Tahiti 2-0 in the final1973

    Champion: Australia / Runner-up: Tahiti / Third: New Caledonia / Fourth: Fiji Australia beat Tahiti 4-2 in the final

    1980

    Champion: Australia / Runner-up: Tahiti / Third: New Zealand / Fourth: Solomon Islands Australia beat Tahiti 6-0 and 5-0 in the two-legged final to win 11-0 on aggregate

    1996

    Champion: Australia / Runner-up: New Zealand / Third: Solomon Island / Fourth: Vanuatu Australia beat New Zealand 2-0 in the final

    2000

    Champion: New Zealand / Runner-up: Australia / Third: Tahiti / Fourth: Vanuatu New Zealand beat Australia 1-0 in the final

    2002

    Champion: Australia / Runner-up: Solomon Islands / Third: New Zealand / Fourth: Fiji Australia beat Solomon Islands 5-1 and 6-0 in the two-legged final to win 11-1 on aggregate

    2004

    Champion: Australia / Runner-up: Solomon Islands / Third: New Zealand / Fourth: Fiji Australia beat Solomon Islands 5-1 and 6-0 in the two-legged final to win 11-1 on aggregate

    2004

    Champion: New Zealand / Runner-up: SNew Caledonia / Third: Fiji / Fourth: Vanuatu New Zealand win the title after finishing top of the table with five wins and one loss

    2008

    Champion: Tahiti / Runner-up: New Caledonia / Third: New Zealand / Fourth: Solomon Islands Tahiti beat New Caledonia 1-0 in the final

    2012

  • The OFC Nations Cup will be covered extensively with live streaming and live text updates, match summaries, news, photos and highlights of all 15 games availabel via oceaniafootball.com and through the Official OFC social media channels.

    OFC TV in partnership with EMTV will provide coverage from Port Moresbys Sir John Guise Stadium as the hosts battle it out with Fiji, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Solo-mon Islands, Samoa, Tahiti and Vanuatu for Oceanias most coveted footballing prize.

    Television broadcasters have been offered the rights through OFC TV with a number of them coming on board to bring this event into the homes of football fans across the Pacific.

    Rights-holders taking all games are EMTV in Papua New Guinea, Samoa Broadcasting, VBTC in Vanuatu, TTV in Solomon Islands. SBS is also taking all the games delayed.

    NC1re in New Caledonia have taken all Les Cagous group matches, TNTV in Tahiti has dones the same. Sky TV in New Zealand will screen all the All Whites matches plus the semi-finals and final.

    Check your local listings for further details..

    Media Contacts

    Jacqueline Tran VanOFC Head of Media & Communications

    M: +675 7551 1859

    E: jacqueline@oceaniafootball.com

    Tui McKendrickHead of OFC TV

    M: +675 7551 1836

    E: tui.mckendrick@oceaniafootball.com

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  • The next phase of the #ENDviolence campaign being run by OFC and UNICEF will kick-off at the OFC Nations Cup in Papua New Guinea.

    #ENDviolence got underway at the OFC Champions League in April, where OFC TV filmed key players from across the Pacific sharing messages about the need to respect women and children.

    OFC Head of Social Responsibility and International Relations Franck Castillo believes the film is key to reaching the audience of young children that #ENDvio-lence is aimed at.

    Creating a film that shows national team players opposing violence towards women and children is the only way to in-fluence the young generation of boys that the campaign is aimed at, Castillo says.

    Children that do not have respect for women will not listen to a women telling them to change.

    They need to hear it from someone they look up to, and if these children are passionate enough about football to

    #ENDviolence steps up at Nations Cup

    attend the Nations Cup then these national players will have enough influence to en-courage change in the children.

    The campaign activities in Papua New Guinea are being led by PNGFA Just Play Project Manager Brendan Sanga.

    Together with UNICEF Papua New Guinea, Sanga will coordinate the Urban Youth pro-gramme, training 200 unemployed youth to work as volunteers at the Nations Cup.

    This programme will be extended to the FIFA U-20 Womens World Cup, where a further 600 youth will be trained.

    The #ENDviolence campaign was devel-oped by OFC in collaboration with UNICEF. It focuses on ending violence towards women and children through awareness campaigns which will be ongoing in 10 countries across the Pacific throughout 2016.

    To join in the campaign, hold up the back page of this programme during half-time of the OFC Nations Cup final and help us imake a stand to #ENDvio-lence across Oceania.

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