OFC U-17 Women's Championship
|Number of teams||varies|
|Current champions||New Zealand (3rd title)|
|Most successful team(s)||New Zealand (3 titles)|
|2016 OFC U-17 Women's Championship|
The OFC U-17 Women's Championship (previously the OFC Women's Under 17 Qualifying Tournament) an Oceanic association football tournament held to determine the team that will appear in the Women's U-17 World Cup. The competition is organised by the Oceania Football Confederation (OFC) and was first held in 2010.
The inaugural edition, held in New Zealand from 12 to 14 April 2010, was a group stage contested by only 4 of OFC's 11 teams to fill the only spot for the 2010 FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup. It was won by New Zealand, who won all their games without conceding a goal. The 2016 edition was the first to play a knock-out stage. New Zealand won its third title.
The next edition is held in August 2017 as an under-16 edition.
Because the 2014 World Cup was already held in March, no sufficient early date could be found for the OFC qualifier. The tournament was cancelled and New Zealand sent to the World Cup by default.
|Year||Host||Final||Third Place Match|
|Champion||Score||Second Place||Third Place||Score||Fourth Place|
|Auckland, New Zealand||New Zealand||Group Stage||Solomon Islands||Papua New Guinea||Group Stage||Tonga|
|Auckland, New Zealand||New Zealand||Group Stage||Papua New Guinea||Cook Islands||Group Stage||New Caledonia|
|Matavera, Cook Islands||New Zealand||8–0||Papua New Guinea||Fiji||3–2||New Caledonia|
|Apia, Samoa||New Zealand||6-0||New Caledonia||Fiji||Semi-finals||Cook Islands|
Women's U-17 World Cup record
- 1st – Champions
- 2nd – Runners-up
- 3rd – Third place
- 4th – Fourth place
- SF – Semifinals
- QF – Quarterfinals
- GS – Group Stage
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