The third and final round of Oceania Zone qualifiers for the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil™ has been drawn in Auckland, New Zealand on Tuesday 26 June.
FIFA.com reviews a highly successful OFC Nations Cup which saw unprecedented glory for Tahiti, breakthrough success by New Caledonia and a succession of tight matches played out in front of large crowds.
Tahiti will feature at the FIFA Confederations Cup Brazil 2013 after becoming the first Pacific Island nation to be crowned Oceania champions thanks to a gripping 1-0 win over French-speaking rivals New Caledonia.
The eyes of football lovers in Oceania will be on the Lawson Tama Stadium on Sunday as New Caledonia and Tahiti battle it out for continental supremacy and a place at the FIFA Confederations Cup Brazil 2013.
New Caledonia and Tahiti will meet in the OFC Nations Cup final after the pair sensationally saw off New Zealand and Solomon Islands, with historic passage to the FIFA Confederations Cup the prize for Sunday's victor.
New Caledonia and Tahiti have joined New Zealand in qualifying for the OFC Nations Cup semi-finals with comfortable wins over Samoa and Vanuatu respectively.