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Sen. Faiivae Iuli Alex Godinet, president of FFAS, was elected Vice-President of the Oceania Football Confederation during the OFC Executive Committee meeting in Russia on July 13, 2018. “It is a great honor for me to be elected as…

American Samoa’s contingent to the Football For Hope Festival in Moscow, Russia, are enjoying the time of their lives, and making a lifetime of memories in the process. The group, led by delegation leader Tavita Taumua and young leader…

Johnica Collins of Pago Pago, American Samoa will carry the territory’s flag at the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia opening ceremony tonight, June 14, 2018 in Moscow, Russia. “I am very excited to be going to the first game…

Football Federation American Samoa received a proposal for a 28-day training camp involving the men’s national team approximately 9,000 miles away from the territory — the country, the Netherlands. Paul Driessen, president of the Netherlands Oceania Support Foundation, along…

The FFAS Congress passed new changes to how clubs are admitted as a member of Football Federation American Samoa during its Ordinary Congress on Wednesday, April 25, 2018 at Pago Park Soccer Stadium. The new rule is that clubs…

FFAS President Faiivae Iuli Alex Godinet and executive committee member Fano Frank Shimasaki were sworn in as Senators of their respective districts on January 3, 2017. They were among 18 senators who took the oath of office during the…

Faiivae was confirmed as president after securing the required two-thirds majority vote during the first and only ballot. The association also returned all five, executive committee member incumbents while filling up the sixth spot that had been vacant.“I thank…

FIFA MA Grassroots Course underway

“I know you can put all you will learn to good use, especially with elementary teachers taking part because that is where our grassroots comes from, the elementary schools.”FIFA Instructor Paul Toohey is conducting the course with assistance from…

“This was a very important week for us because it was one with a new generation of coaches,” said FIFA Instructor Paul Toohey. “Having the festival here at this school, St. Theresa, turned out to be a great event…

In 2011 American Samoa went up 18 spots from 204 to 186 after the OFC Stage 1, 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil qualifiers.This new leap comes on the heels of a similar tournament, this time for the 2018 FIFA…