A non-FIFA international club competition might be born in Oceania

OFC Champions League is ready to begin and Oceania Football Center team is already making the best coverage possible of the tournament that starts this weekend. However we received an information that a new international club competition could be born in Oceania soon.

It was reported by Marshall Islands Football Association that there might be a new international club competition in Oceania involving some minor nations that are not associated to FIFA: the Pacific Islands Football Champions League.

Marshall Islands Football Association

The tournament would have football teams from some places like Palau, Micronesia, Kiribati, Nauru, Marshall Islands and Tokelau and the first edition could happen this year. There is no further information about it currently but Oceania Football Center keeps investigating in order to bring accurate information to our followers.

We also stand our support to this idea and we hope that this tournament can become a reality soon.

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