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Oceania Football to supply team uniforms

Zanzeer Singh
Saturday, April 26, 2014

THE Oceania Football Confederation will supply apparel from its commercial arm to each of the member associations.

This was agreed in principal in its executive meeting in New Zealand last month.

In a statement OFC president David Chung said it made sense for them to provide the member associations with apparel for the national teams and domestic competitions.

"Agreed in principal is the supply of apparel from OFC Commercial for each member association with national team strips, track suits, apparel and football gear over the next four years," he said.

"Any money spent on apparel by our member associations will be returned to them."

Meanwhile the Vodafone Fiji under-19 team played a New Zealand Fiji Select team in Auckland last night.

The side will take on Waitakere United tomorrow.








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