2010–11 OFC Champions League

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2010–11 OFC Champions League
Tournament details
Dates 23 October 2010 – 17 April 2011
Teams (from 7 associations)
Final positions
Champions New Zealand Auckland City (3rd title)
Runners-up Vanuatu Amicale
Tournament statistics
Matches played 26
Goals scored 76 (2.92 per match)
Top scorer(s) Vanuatu Fenedy Masauvakalo (8 goals)

The 2010–11 OFC Champions League, also known as the 2011 O-League for short, was the 10th edition of the Oceania Cup, Oceania's premier club football tournament organized by the Oceania Football Confederation (OFC), and the 5th season under the current OFC Champions League name. It was contested by eight teams from seven countries. The teams were split into two four-team pools, the winner of each pool contesting the title of O-League Champion and the right to represent the OFC at the 2011 FIFA Club World Cup.

The tournament was won by Auckland City of New Zealand.

Participants[edit]

Association Team Qualifying method
Fiji Fiji Lautoka 2009 Fiji National Football League champion
New Caledonia New Caledonia Magenta 2009 New Caledonia Division Honneur champion
New Zealand New Zealand Waitakere United 2009–10 New Zealand Football Championship champion
Auckland City 2009–10 New Zealand Football Championship premier
Papua New Guinea Papua New Guinea Hekari United 2009–10 Papua New Guinea National Soccer League champion
Solomon Islands Solomon Islands Koloale 2010 Solomon Islands National Club Championship champion
French Polynesia Tahiti Tefana 2009–10 Tahiti Division Fédérale champion
Vanuatu Vanuatu Amicale 2010 Vanuatu National Soccer League winner

Schedule[edit]

The match schedule is as follows.[1]

Round Date
Group stage Matchday 1 23–24 October 2010
Matchday 2 13–14 November 2010
Matchday 3 4–5 December 2010
Matchday 4 5–6 February 2011
Matchday 5 26–27 February 2011
Matchday 6 19–20 March 2011
Final First leg 2–3 April 2011
Second leg 16–17 April 2011

Group stage[edit]

The official draw was conducted at the OFC Executive Committee meeting in Johannesburg, South Africa in June 2010, and announced by the OFC on 11 June 2010.[2]

In each group, the teams played each other home-and-away in a round-robin format, with the group winner advancing to the final. If two or more teams are tied on points, the tiebreakers are as follow:[3]

  1. Goal difference
  2. Goals scored
  3. Head-to-head record among teams concerned (points; goal difference; goals scored)
  4. Fair play record
  5. Drawing of lots

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
Vanuatu Amicale 6 3 1 2 12 7 +5 10
Solomon Islands Koloale 6 3 0 3 10 10 0 9
Fiji Lautoka 6 2 2 2 6 13 −7 8
Papua New Guinea Hekari United 6 1 3 2 10 8 +2 6
  AMI HEK KOL LAU
Amicale 3–3 2–0 5–1
Hekari United 1–2 4–0 1–1
Koloale 1–0 2–1 1–2
Lautoka 1–0 0–0 1–6

23 October 2010
15:00 UTC+11:00
Koloale Solomon Islands 1 – 2 Fiji Lautoka
Ian Paia Goal 35' Report Matthew Mayora Goal 16'26'
Lawson Tama Stadium, Honiara
Attendance: 16,000
Referee: Chris Kerr (New Zealand)
23 October 2010
15:00 UTC+10:00
Hekari United Papua New Guinea 1 – 2 Vanuatu Amicale
Henry Fa'arodo Goal 57' Report Fenedy Masauvakalo Goal 23'
Jack Wetney Goal 49'
PMRL Stadium, Port Moresby
Attendance: 5,500
Referee: Nick Waldron (New Zealand)

13 November 2010
15:00 UTC+13:00
Lautoka Fiji 1 – 0 Vanuatu Amicale
Valerio Nawatu Goal 19' Report

15 January 20111
15:00 UTC+13:00
Lautoka Fiji 0 – 0 Papua New Guinea Hekari United
Report
Churchill Park, Lautoka
Attendance: 4,000
Referee: Peter O'Leary (New Zealand)

5 February 2011
15:00 UTC+13:00
Lautoka Fiji 1 – 6 Solomon Islands Koloale
Valerio Nawatu Goal 10' Report Jeffery Bule Goal 19' (pen.)
George Suri Goal 25'
Benjamin Totori Goal 28'62'77' (pen.)
Ezra Sale Goal 52'

26 February 2011
15:00 UTC+11:00
Koloale Solomon Islands 2 – 1 Papua New Guinea Hekari United
Mostyn Beui Goal 20'66' Report Tuimasi Manuca Goal 79'

19 March 2011
15:00 UTC+11:00
Koloale Solomon Islands 1 – 0 Vanuatu Amicale
Joses Nawo Goal 83' Report
Lawson Tama Stadium, Honiara
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: Andrew Achari (Fiji)
Notes

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
New Zealand Auckland City 6 4 2 0 12 2 +10 14
New Zealand Waitakere United 6 2 2 2 8 8 0 8
New Caledonia Magenta 6 2 1 3 6 7 −1 7
French Polynesia Tefana 6 1 1 4 5 14 −9 4
  AUC MAG TEF WAI
Auckland City 3–0 5–0 1–0
Magenta 0–1 1–0 1–1
Tefana 1–1 0–3 3–1
Waitakere United 1–1 2–1 3–1

23 October 2010
15:00 UTC+13:00
Auckland City New Zealand 3 – 0 New Caledonia Magenta
Adam McGeorge Goal 18'
David Mulligan Goal 30'
Daniel Koprivcic Goal 34'
Report
Kiwitea Street, Auckland
Attendance: 896
Referee: Norbert Hauata (Tahiti)
24 October 2010
14:00 UTC+13:00
Waitakere United New Zealand 3 – 1 French Polynesia Tefana
Roy Krishna Goal 45+1'
Mike Gwyther Goal 81'
Sean Lovemore Goal 83'
Report Axel Williams Goal 23'
Fred Taylor Park, Auckland
Attendance: 400
Referee: Andrew Achari (Fiji)

13 November 2010
15:00 UTC+11:00
Magenta New Caledonia 1 – 0 French Polynesia Tefana
Jean Philippe Saiko Goal 65' Report



27 February 2011
15:00 UTC+13:00
Auckland City New Zealand 1 – 0 New Zealand Waitakere United
Stuart Kelly Goal 12' Report
Kiwitea Street, Auckland
Attendance: 2,500
Referee: Peter O'Leary (New Zealand)

19 March 2011
15:00 UTC+13:00
Waitakere United New Zealand 2 – 1 New Caledonia Magenta
Ryan De Vries Goal 31'
Allan Pearce Goal 87'
Report Benjamin Longue Goal 30' (pen.)
Fred Taylor Park, Auckland
Attendance: 1,000
Referee: Norbert Hauata (Tahiti)
19 March 2011
15:00 UTC+13:00
Auckland City New Zealand 5 – 0 French Polynesia Tefana
Ivan Vicelich Goal 28'
Daniel Koprivcic Goal 44'90+2'
Andrew Milne Goal 59'
Ian Hogg Goal 90' (pen.)
Report
Notes
  • Note 2: Postponed from 5 February 2011 due to unsuitability of the Stade Numa Daly.[5]

Final[edit]

The winners of groups A and B played in the final over two legs. The hosts of each leg was decided by draw, and announced by the OFC on 22 March 2011.[6] The away goals rule would be applied, and extra time and penalty shootout would be used to decide the winner if necessary.[3]


17 April 2011
14:00 UTC+12:00
Auckland City New Zealand 4 – 0 Vanuatu Amicale
Alex Feneridis Goal 26'
Daniel Koprivcic Goal 62' (pen.)
Manel Expósito Goal 72'
Adam McGeorge Goal 82'
Report
Kiwitea Street, Auckland
Attendance: 3,000
Referee: Norbert Hauata (Tahiti)

Auckland City won 6–1 on aggregate. As OFC Champions League winners they qualify for the qualifying round of the 2011 FIFA Club World Cup.


Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Amicale Vanuatu 1–6 New Zealand Auckland City 1–2 0–4
OFC Champions League
2010-11 Winners
New Zealand
Auckland City
Third Title

Goalscorers[edit]

  • Goalscorer statistics correct as of 17 April 2011.[7]
Name Club Goals
Vanuatu Fenedy Masauvakalo Vanuatu Amicale 8
Croatia Daniel Koprivcic New Zealand Auckland City 3
Spain Manel Expósito New Zealand Auckland City
Solomon Islands Henry Fa'arodo Papua New Guinea Hekari United
Solomon Islands Benjamin Totori Solomon Islands Koloale
New Zealand Allan Pearce New Zealand Waitakere United
Solomon Islands Alick Maemae Vanuatu Amicale 2
Solomon Islands Jack Wetney Vanuatu Amicale
New Caledonia Georges Gope-Fenepej New Caledonia Magenta
French Polynesia Axel Williams French Polynesia Tefana
New Zealand Adam McGeorge New Zealand Auckland City
New Zealand Alex Feneridis New Zealand Auckland City
Solomon Islands Mostyn Beui Solomon Islands Koloale
Australia Matthew Mayora Fiji Lautoka
Fiji Valerio Nawatu Fiji Lautoka
Fiji Osea Vakatalesau Papua New Guinea Hekari United
Fiji Roy Krishna New Zealand Waitakere United
Vanuatu Derek Malas Vanuatu Amicale 1
New Caledonia Benjamin Longue New Caledonia Magenta
New Caledonia Cesar Lolohea New Caledonia Magenta
New Caledonia Francis Watrone New Caledonia Magenta
New Caledonia Jean Phillipe Saiko New Caledonia Magenta
French Polynesia Alvin Tehau French Polynesia Tefana
French Polynesia Lorenzo Tehau French Polynesia Tefana
French Polynesia Tetiamana Marmouyet French Polynesia Tefana
Spain Albert Vidal New Zealand Auckland City
New Zealand Andrew Milne New Zealand Auckland City
Spain Ángel Berlanga New Zealand Auckland City
New Zealand David Mulligan New Zealand Auckland City
New Zealand Ian Hogg New Zealand Auckland City
New Zealand Ivan Vicelich New Zealand Auckland City
Costa Rica Luis Corrales New Zealand Auckland City
Scotland Stuart Kelly New Zealand Auckland City
Fiji Alvin Avinesh Fiji Lautoka
Fiji Peni Finau Fiji Lautoka
Solomon Islands Abraham Iniga Papua New Guinea Hekari United
Samoa Andrew Setefano Papua New Guinea Hekari United
Papua New Guinea Kema Jack Papua New Guinea Hekari United
Fiji Malakai Tiwa Papua New Guinea Hekari United
Fiji Tuimasi Manuca Papua New Guinea Hekari United
Solomon Islands Ezra Sale Solomon Islands Koloale
Solomon Islands George Suri Solomon Islands Koloale
Solomon Islands Ian Paia Solomon Islands Koloale
Solomon Islands Jeffrey Bule Solomon Islands Koloale
Solomon Islands Joses Nawo Solomon Islands Koloale
New Zealand Mike Gwyther New Zealand Waitakere United
South Africa Ryan De Vries New Zealand Waitakere United
New Zealand Sean Lovemore New Zealand Waitakere United

References[edit]

  1. ^ OFC confirms O-League match schedule
  2. ^ Draw for 2011 O-League confirmed
  3. ^ a b Regulations 2011 O-League
  4. ^ Intriguing clash on hold
  5. ^ O-League match postponed
  6. ^ "OFC confirms match details for O-League final". oceaniafootball.com. 2011-03-22. Retrieved 2011-03-22. 
  7. ^ 2011 O-League Competition Summary

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