2007 OFC Champions League
|Dates||January 21, 2007 – April 29, 2007|
|Teams||6 (from 5 associations)|
|Champions||Waitakere United (1st title)|
|Runners-up||4R Electrical Ba|
|Goals scored||43 (3.07 per match)|
|Top scorer(s)|| Commins Menapi
The 2007 OFC Champions League was the 6th edition of the Oceanian Club Championship, Oceania's premier club football tournament organized by the Oceania Football Confederation (OFC), and the 1st season under the current OFC Champions League name. Under the new format there was to be no qualifying round, and instead six teams from the six best Oceanic nations would play each other home and away in a group stage before the knockout round. The tournament took place from 21 January until 29 April 2007.
Auckland City qualified as the reigning champions of the OFC Club Championship. The other 5 teams gained their qualifications due to their domestic league performances. Following the withdrawal of Vanuatu’s Port Vila Sharks, the OFC awarded a second berth to Waitakere United, the leader after the first phase of the New Zealand Football Championship.
The winner of the tournament was Waitakere Utd of New Zealand, who beat Ba Electric of Fiji in the final, claiming Oceania's US$1 million (NZ$1.41 million) berth in the 2007 FIFA Club World Cup in Japan the following December.
A total of 6 teams from 5 OFC member associations entered the competition.
|Teams entering the group stage|
|Fiji||4R Electrical Ba||2006 Fiji National Football League champion|
|New Caledonia||Mont-Dore||2005–06 New Caledonia Super Ligue champion|
|New Zealand||Auckland City||2006 OFC Club Championship champion|
|Waitakere United||2006–07 New Zealand Football Championship league leader after Round 7|
|Solomon Islands||Marist||2005–06 Solomon Islands National Club Championship champion|
|Tahiti||Temanava||2006 Cup of Polynesia winner|
|Teams eligible, but did not enter|
|American Samoa||Tafuna Jets||2006 American Samoa 7-a-side tournament champion|
|Cook Islands||Nikao Sokattack||2006 Cook Islands Round Cup champion|
|Papua New Guinea||University Inter||2006 Papua New Guinea National Club Championship champion|
|Samoa||Vaivase-Tai||2006 Samoa National League champion|
|Tonga||Lotoha'apai||2006 Tonga Major League champion|
|Vanuatu||Port Vila Sharks||2006 Vanuatu VFF Bred Cup winner|
|Date||Home Team||Result||Away Team|
|Jan 21||Mont-Dore||0–2||Auckland City|
|Jan 24||Waitakere United||2–2||Auckland City|
|Feb 20||Waitakere United||6–1||Mont-Dore|
|Feb 23||Auckland City||4–0||Mont-Dore|
|Mar 31||Mont-Dore||0–3||Waitakere United|
|Apr 4||Auckland City||2–2||Waitakere United|
|4R Electrical Ba||10||4||3||1||0||7||3||+4|
|Date||Home Team||Result||Away Team|
|Mar 12||4R Electrical Ba||3–2||Marist|
|Feb 19||Marist||0–2||4R Electrical Ba|
|Feb 23||Temanava||1–1||4R Electrical Ba|
|Mar 19||4R Electrical Ba||1–0||Temanava|
|Team 1||Agg.||Team 2||1st leg||2nd leg|
|4R Electrical Ba||2–2 (a)||Waitakere United||2–1||0–1|
April 21, 2007 1st Leg
|4R Electrical Ba||2–1||Waitakere United|
|Ronald Chandra 7'
Josaia Bukalidi 74'
|(Report)||Commins Menapi 54'|
April 29, 2007 2nd Leg
|Waitakere United||1–0||4R Electrical Ba|
|Allan Pearce 55'||(Report)|
|OFC Champions League
|1||Commins Menapi||Waitakere United||5|
|2||Daniel Koprivcic||Waitakere United||4|
|3||Paul Urlovic||Auckland City||3|
|Grant Young||Auckland City|
|Last updated April 29, 2007|
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