Soccer: OFC Champions League

Last Champion
OFC Champions League Hienghene Sport Logo
New Caledonia Flag
2019: Hienghene Sport
OFC Champions League Logo

Soccer: OFC Champions League, Champions by Year

Information about the international soccer tournament OFC Champions League including champions by year, logos, links, results and other data.

The tournament involves two groups of three clubs each playing each other home and away. The top of each group then play each other home and away to determine the champion. The champion will receive a berth in the FIFA Club World Cup.

Years: 2021 - 2020 - 2019 - 2018 - 2017 - 2016 - 2015 - 2014 - 2013 - 2012 - 2011 - 2010 - 2009 - 2008 - 2007 - 2006 - 2005 - 2001 - 1999 - 1987

OFC Champions League, Champions by Year

OFC Champions League 2021
Champion 2021
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cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic

OFC Champions League 2020
Champion 2020
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cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic

OFC Champions League 2019
Champion 2019
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Hienghene Sport

(New Caledonia)
OFC Champions League 2018
Champion 2018
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Team Wellington

(New Zealand)
OFC Champions League 2017
Champion 2017
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Auckland City FC Logo
Auckland City FC

(New Zealand)
OFC Champions League 2016
Champion 2016
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Auckland City FC Logo
Auckland City FC

(New Zealand)
OFC Champions League 2015
Champion 2015
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Auckland City FC Logo
Auckland City FC

(New Zealand)
OFC Champions League 2014
Champion 2014
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Auckland City FC Logo
Auckland City FC

(New Zealand)
OFC Champions League 2012-13
Champion 2012-13
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Auckland City FC Logo
Auckland City FC

(New Zealand)
OFC Champions League 2011-12
Champion 2011-12
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Auckland City FC Logo
Auckland City FC

(New Zealand)
OFC Champions League 2010-11
Champion 2010-11
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Auckland City FC Logo
Auckland City FC

(New Zealand)
OFC Champions League 2009-10
Champion 2009-10
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Hekari United

(Papua New Guinea)
OFC Champions League 2008-09
Champion 2008-09
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Auckland City FC Logo
Auckland City FC

(New Zealand)
OFC Champions League 2007-08
Champion 2007-08
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Waitakere United Logo
Waitakere United

(New Zealand)
OFC Champions League 2007
Champion 2007
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Waitakere United Logo
Waitakere United

(New Zealand)
Final: Apr/21/2007 Govind Park, Ba (Fiji)
Ba F.C. Logo
Ba F.C.
(Fiji)
2 - 1
Waitakere United Logo
Waitakere United
(New Zealand)
 7' Ronald Chandra
 74' Josaia Bukalidi
54' Commins Menapi
Final: Apr/29/2007 Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland (New Zealand)
Waitakere United Logo
Waitakere United
(New Zealand)
1 - 0
Ba F.C. Logo
Ba F.C.
(Fiji)
 55' Alan Pearce
OFC Champions League 2006
Champion 2006
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Auckland City FC Logo
Auckland City FC

(New Zealand)
Final: May/21/2006 North Harbour Stadium, Auckland (New Zealand)
Auckland City FC Logo
Auckland City FC
(New Zealand)
3 - 1
AS Pirae Logo
AS Pirae
(Tahiti)
23' Keryn Jordan
41' Keryn Jordan
63' (pen) Keryn Jordan
84' Desmond Faaiuaso
OFC Champions League 2004-05
Champion 2004-05
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Sydney FC Logo
Sydney FC

(Australia)
Final: Jun/10/2005 Stade Pater Te Hono Nui, Papeete (Tahiti)
Sydney FC Logo
Sydney FC
(Australia)
2 - 0
AS Magenta Logo
AS Magenta
(New Caledonia)
16' Matthew Bingley
59' David Zdrilic
OFC Champions League 2000-01
Champion 2000-01
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Wollongong Wolves Logo
Wollongong Wolves

(Australia)
Final: Jan/22/2001 Lloyd Robson Stadium, Port Moresby (Papúa Nueva Guinea)
Wollongong Wolves Logo
Wollongong Wolves
(Australia)
1 - 0
Tafea FC Logo
Tafea FC
(Vanuatu)
62' Scott Chipperfield
OFC Champions League 1999
Champion 1999
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South Melbourne Logo
South Melbourne

(Australia)
Final: Sep/26/1999 Prince Charles Pk, Nadi (Fiji)
South Melbourne Logo
South Melbourne
(Australia)
5 - 1
Nadi Logo
Nadi
(Fiji)
8' Steve Isoifidis
16' David Clarkson
47' (pen) Michael Curcija
50' Vaughan Coveny
73' (pen) Steve Panopoulos
87' Watisoni Voli
OFC Champions League 1987
Champion 1987
Trophy

Adelaide City Logo
Adelaide City

(Australia)
Final: May/15/1987 Hindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide (Australia)
Adelaide City Logo
Adelaide City
(Australia)
1 - 1
Mount Wellington Logo
Mount Wellington
(New Zealand)
15' Joe Mullen
20' Witteveen

* Adelaide City won 4-1 on penalties