Sports Archive July 2021

The team will leave tomorrow for the European camp and play several friendly matches against some international teams in Poland and Croatia.

Solomon Islands World Cup Futsal Team Announced

The Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) has officially released the names of Solomon Islands Futsal Kurukuru team for the FIFA Futsal World Cup Lithuania 2021.
“Though I may have a poor background, I believe football can change that, I will continue and develop my skills in football when I return home. I know that if I maintain my passion in the game my dreams in football can be achieved,” a quietly confident Weni said.

Young Footballer Dreams Big

At only 15 years of age Terrison Weni is showing great potential, he featured for the Guadalcanal Hornets at the recent U16 Solomon Cup, and after winning the finals, he has big dreams.
Women's’ representative Rosa Paia said “We the women would like to make a very special acknowledgement and appreciation to the Australian High Commissioner on behalf of Australian Government, SIFF and SWPL Board for supporting football progressively as we witnessed in this occasion today.”

Solomon Islands Women’s Premier League Set to Kick Goals with Australian Gear

Solomon Islands Women’s Premier League set to kick goals with Australian gear Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) is the first federation in the Pacific to receive a sporting grant through Australia’s PacificAus Sports Program.
During his last spell in charge of the Solomon Islands in 2017, Felipe Vega-Arango guided them to a playoff for the 2018 FIFA World Cup, where they lost over two legs to New Zealand.

Spaniard Coach Targets 2023 Pacific Games Football Gold

The Solomon Islands' returning Spanish football coach Felipe Vega-Arango has revealed that winning the gold medal for the first time at the 2023 Pacific Games in Honiara is his main target.
"I represent my family, my province and my school and I am proud to have participated in the games."

Ellen Makes History for Her School with Gold Medal Win

Ellen created history for her school when she scooped the National Secondary School Games (NSSG) 10,000-meter gold medal, clocking 45:22 ahead of thirty-nine other competitors.