2001 Oceania Club Championship
|Dates||9 January 2001 – 22 January 2001|
|Teams||11 (from 11 associations)|
|Champions||Wollongong Wolves (1st title)|
|Goals scored||160 (5.52 per match)|
The 2001 Oceania Club Championships was held in January 2001. The tournament was designed to decide the Oceania Football Confederation's entrant into the 2001 FIFA Club World Championship; however that Club World Championship tournament was cancelled by FIFA. The competition was held in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, with all matches held at the Lloyd Robson Stadium. The tournament was won by Australian club Wollongong Wolves.
A total of 11 teams from 11 OFC member associations entered the competition.
|Teams entering the group stage|
|American Samoa||PanSa||2000 ASFA Soccer League champion|
|Australia||Wollongong Wolves||1999–2000 Australian National Soccer League champion|
|Cook Islands||Tupapa Maraerenga||1999–2000 Cook Islands Cup winners|
|Fiji||Foodtown Warriors Labasa||2000 Fiji National Football League champion|
|New Zealand||Napier City Rovers||2000 New Zealand National Soccer League champion|
|Papua New Guinea||Unitech||2000 Papua New Guinea National Soccer League champion|
|Samoa||Titavi||2000 Samoa National League champion|
|Solomon Islands||Laugu United||2000 Honiara FA League champion|
|Tahiti||Vénus||1999–2000 Tahiti Ligue 1 champion|
|Tonga||Lotoha'apai||2000 Tonga Club Championship champion|
|Vanuatu||Tafea||2000 Vanuatu Port Vila Football League champion|
The eleven participants were placed in two groups, where each team played the other teams once. The group winners and second placed teams progressed to the semi-finals.
|Napier City Rovers||5||3||1||1||16||2||+14||10|
|Foodtown Warriors Labasa||5||1||0||4||7||17||−10||3|
|Jan 9||Lotoha'apai – Wollongong Wolves||0–16|
|Jan 9||Foodtown Warriors Labasa – Laugu United||1–3|
|Jan 9||Unitech – Napier City Rovers||0–2|
|Jan 11||Napier City Rovers – Laugu United||1–1|
|Jan 11||Unitech – Lotoha'pai||5–2|
|Jan 11||Wollongong Wolves – Foodtown Warriors Labasa||5–0|
|Jan 13||Foodtown Warriors Labasa – Unitech||1–3|
|Jan 13||Lotoha'apai – Napier City Rovers||0–9|
|Jan 13||Laugu United – Wollongong Wolves||0–10|
|Jan 15||Foodtown Warriors Labasa – Napier City Rovers||0–4|
|Jan 15||Wollongong Wolves – Unitech||6–0|
|Jan 15||Laugu United – Lotoha'apai||7–0|
|Jan 17||Unitech – Laugu United||2–8|
|Jan 17||Lotoha'apai – Foodtown Warriors||2–5|
|Jan 17||Napier City Rovers – Wollongong Wolves||0–1|
|PanSa East FC||4||0||0||4||0||8||−8||0|
|Jan 10||Vénus – PanSa||Awarded 2–0 (orig 1–1)|
|Jan 10||Tafea – Titavi||5–1|
|Jan 12||Titavi – Vénus||0–6|
|Jan 12||PanSa – Tupapa||Awarded 0–2 (orig 4–0)|
|Jan 14||Tafea – PanSa||Awarded 2–0|
|Jan 14||Vénus – Tupapa||10–1|
|Jan 16||Tupapa – Tafea||0–9|
|Jan 16||PanSa – Titavi||Awarded 0–2|
|Jan 18||Titavi – Tupapa||2–0|
|Jan 18||Tafea – Vénus||6–0|
Note: The OFC disciplinary committee ruled that 7 of PanSa's 18 players were not registered according to international transfer rules, some of which had been fielded in their first two matches. The first two matches were thus awarded 2–0 to the opposition, whilst PanSa were unable to field a team in the 3rd match (which was not played, and subsequently awarded 2–0 to Tafea). PanSa then withdrew from the competition, causing their fourth match to be awarded 2–0 to Titavi.
The top two teams from each group progressed to the semifinals.
|Saso Petrovski 28'
Jay Lucas 43', 63'
Scott Chipperfield 45' pen
|Tafea||4–2||Napier City Rovers|
|Richard Iwai 36', 89'
Etienne Mermer 60'
|Report||Chris McIvor 45'
Rupert Ryan 90'
Third Place Playoff
|Vénus||2–3||Napier City Rovers|
|Soren Jacobsen 44'
Jacques Ilengo 74'
|Report||Rupert Ryan 11'
Martin Akers 23'
David Gearey 86'
|Scott Chipperfield 62'||Report|
|FIFA Oceania Club Championship 2001 Winners|