For the third year in a row, the OFC Champions League final will feature Auckland City and Team Wellington but for the first time the two clubs will battle it out over two legs.
The first leg of the home-and-away final will be played at Auckland City’s home ground of Kiwitea Street on Sunday 30 April at 2pm.
The final match of the 2017 OFC Champions League will be played at David Farrington Park on Sunday 7 May, kicking off at 1pm.
Kiwitea Street has seen its fair share of high profile matches, especially over the past seven years during which time Auckland City has dominated domestically and regionally.
After hosting its first OFC Champions League match at the weekend and seeing Team Wellington through to the final with a comprehensive 7-1 victory over AS Magenta, David Farrington Park is set to host its first final.
Fans of the OFC Champions League are in for an exciting pair of encounters as the rivalry between these two sides continues to build.
The last major clash between the pair, the Stirling Sports Premiership final, finished in Team Wellington’s favour for the second time.
However, in Oceania’s premier international club competition, it’s Auckland City who hold the record over their opponents with two consecutive OFC Champions League final victories against Team Wellington.
Get ready for two weekends of thrilling, entertaining and fast-paced football between the two leading clubs in Oceania right now – Auckland City and Team Wellington.
OFC Champions League Final
Auckland City vs. Team Wellington
Auckland, New Zealand
Sunday 30 April
Team Wellington vs. Auckland City
David Farrington Park
Wellington, New Zealand
Sunday 7 May