23 Apr 2014

O-League moving to two-legged final

6:26 pm on 23 April 2014

The Oceania Champions League final is changing from a one-off match to a two-legged home and away final.

The Oceania Football Confederation has approved switching to two legs for marketing and fan participation reasons.

The twin deciders to the top club competition in the region are set for May, with the winner to play in FIFA's lucrative Club World Cup in December.

Auckland City continue their chase for an unprecedented fourth straight O-League title on Saturday, in the semi-final first leg against Tahitian champions AS Pirae, at Kiwitea Street.