Oceania Football Confederation has re-elected  Reynald Temarii  as its president following the OFC Congress in Papua New Guinea.

There was a further honour for the Tahitian as  FIFA President Joseph S. Blatter , named him as a FIFA vice-president, the first time such an honour has been bestowed on an OFC president.

Blatter said that the "ocean of solidarity" battle-cry of the Temarii era had delivered an election outcome that reflected maturity.

There were three new faces voted onto the OFC Executive Committee. Former New Zealand international striker Fred de Jong was named OFC vice-president, New Caledonia's Claude Fournier was voted in as treasurer. Vanuatu's Lambert Maltock was the other new face.

PNGFA president David Chung became an OFC senior vice-president and won high praise from both Blatter and Temarii for his sterling work during his tenure.