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U-14 Boys Camp

CIFA hosts U-14 Boys Training Camp
The best U-14 players on Rarotonga have been involved in a three-day training camp hosted by the Coo...

Blackrock Pre-school Visits CIFA

Fun day out for pre-schoolers
After having postponed their excursion twice already, Blackrock Pre-school wasn't going to pass up o...

2016 Rarotonga Round Cup Competition

Tupapa romp to victory over Nikao Sokattak
They came, they saw and they conquered.Tupapa Maraerenga inflicted a first defeat on Nikao Sokattak ...

CIFA/FIFA Grassroots Coaching Course

Former All White assists Cook Islands grassroots
FIFA instructor and former All White goal-keeper James Bannatyne is currently on Rarotonga to delive...
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Cook Islands Football Association (CIFA) celebrated the inauguration of its ‘House of Football’ at Matavera in 2009 to mark the completion of all three phases of the FIFA Goal Programme. Seven years in the making, the CIFA headquarters now includes an all-purpose complex for players, officials, media and spectators as well as international-standard playing facilities and administration offices. President Lee Harmon has managed the project and is committed to helping young Cook Islanders achieve ...
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