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PVFA Premier Championship 2016

Erakor, Amicale, Tafea and Ifira win in Day One
Erakor Golden Star FC smashed new comer of the Premier League, Mauriki FC 9-1 on Saturday while Ami...


Senior players help grassroots program
One former Vanuatu football player and two current senior team players have come out to help Grassro...

Port Vila Football Association

PVFA confirms 2016 Premier Championship fixtures
Port Vila Football Association (PVFA) has confirmed this week matches fixtures of the 2016 Premier L...


Grassroots program hits Port Vila
Over 70 kids (boys and girls gather together at Freshwota Field on Wednesday to take part in the Gra...
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Vanuatu has one of the most advanced technical programmes in Oceania, particularly at youth level. The Melanesian nation of around 220,000 inhabitants was chosen as one of six countries globally for a FIFA pilot project whereby players are identified at a young age and selected to train and stay full-time at the national academy. As part of that two-year programme for players aged 15-17, consideration is given to continuing school or vocational education.
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