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TWELVE soccer associations have confirmed their participation in the Southern Regional Besta Cup qualifying tournament which will kick off tomorrow at Bisini Soccer Ground in the National Capital District. NCD Suburban, Kaufa, Vakena, Karekodobu, Alotau and POM School Soccer…

Twenty two teams expressed interest to take part in the Besta FA Cup Southern Regional-leg in Port Moresby on 20 July to 23 July. The four-day tournament will be hosted by Port Moresby Soccer Association at Bisini Soccer Grounds….

Little known Almami soccer team, the village boys from Bogia in Madang upset the Lae city boys with a 1-nil win to claim the 2018 Momase leg of Besta FA Cup in Madang on Saturday. In the women’s grand…

Preparation for the biggest soccer tournament in Port Moresby is already underway. The Port Moresby Soccer Association will be staging the Southern-leg of the Besta FA Cup from July 20 to 23 at Bisini Soccer Ground. According to Local…

The Momase Regional Leg of Besta FA Cup will be the first to get its competition underway in Madang on 2nd – 7th July 2018. With 44 teams confirmed to battle for the Besta FA Cup Momase Leg, deadline…

Madang Soccer Association is gearing up to stage one of the biggest Momase Soccer tournament in the region this year. Up to 32 male teams and 12 female teams are planning to converge at Laiwaden oval to participate in…

Besta Cup coming soon

The 2015 regional tournaments will take place in Nawone, Kiunga for the Southern Region; Wabag for the Highlands Region while New Guinea Islands and Momase region has yet to confirm their venue . Southern Region on the 11th June…

Besta FA Cup Final date set

In what will be a massive three days of finals football, the Besta FA Cup is sponsored by International Food Cooperation under the brand name ‘Besta’. The action will get underway with eight teams from the four regions who…

President of Madang Soccer Association, Siegfred Beschel said the tournament, which was originally scheduled for August 25-30, was moved to September because the Momase association executives will be in Bougainville this month for the opening of the Papua New…