April 30, 2013
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OFC finalises CL semi-finals details

Oceania Football has finalised match details for the Champions League semi-finals which kicks off this weekend.

The first leg of the semi-finals will take place on the weekend of May 4-5 while the second will be held on the weekend of May 11-12.

The final will be staged on Arena 2 at Mt Smart Stadium in Auckland, New Zealand, on May 19.

The four teams competing in the semi-finals are Amicale (Vanuatu) and Ba (Fiji), who qualified from Group A, and New Zealand’s Auckland City and Waitakere United, who qualified from Group B.

The details of the semi-finals are as follows.
First leg:
Amicale vs. Waitakere United
Saturday 4 May, 3pm local kick-off

Port Vila Stadium
Port Vila, Vanuatu

Auckland City vs. Ba
Sunday 5 May, 3pm local kick-off

Kiwitea Street
Auckland, New Zealand

Second leg:
Ba vs. Auckland City

Saturday 11 May, 2pm local kick-off
Govind Park
Ba, Fiji

Waitakere United vs. Amicale
Sunday 12 May, 2pm local kick-off

Fred Taylor Park
Auckland, New Zealand

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