The OFC Champions League gets underway in Auckland on Thursday (August 4) as eight of the best club teams in the Oceania region battle for the chance to qualify for a spot at the next FIFA Club World Cup in China.
We’re keen to establish who are among the favourites to win each of the two four-team groups, and which club is expected to be crowned the overall champion on August 17.
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AS Vénus (Tahiti) — runners-up 2020-21 Tahiti Ligue 1
Lae City (Papua New Guinea) — 2021 PNG National Socer League champions
Central Coast (Solomon Islands) — 2021 Solomon Islands S–League champions
Galaxy (Vanuatu) — 2021 VFF National Super League champions
Auckland City — National League champions
Hienghène Sport (New Caledonia) — 2021 New Caledonia Super League champions
Nikao Sokattak (Cook Islands) — 2021 Cook Islands Round Cup champions
Rewa (Fiji) — runners-up 2021 Fiji Premier League