New Caledonia national football team

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New Caledonia
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Nickname(s) Les Cagous (The Kagus)
Association Fédération Calédonienne de Football
Confederation OFC (Oceania)
Head coach Johann Sidaner
Captain Emile Béaruné
Most caps Bertrand Kaï (43)
Top scorer Bertrand Kaï (23)
Home stadium Stade Numa-Daly Magenta
FIFA code NCL
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First colours
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Second colours
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FIFA ranking
Current 159 Steady2.svg (15 February 2024) [1]
Highest93 (August 2013)
Lowest191 (April–May 2016)
First international
Flag of France.svg  New Caledonia 2–0 New Zealand  Flag of New Zealand.svg
(Nouméa, New Caledonia; 19 September 1951)
Biggest win
Flag of France.svg  New Caledonia 18–0 Guam  Flag of Guam.svg
(Lae, Papua New Guinea; 3 September 1991)
Flag of the Federated States of Micronesia.svg  Micronesia 0–18 New Caledonia  Flag of France.svg
(Suva, Fiji; 1 July 2003)
Biggest defeat
Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia 11–0 New Caledonia  Flag of France.svg
(Auckland, New Zealand; 8 July 2002)
OFC Nations Cup
Appearances6 (first in 1973 )
Best resultRunners-up, 2008 and 2012

The New Caledonia men's national football team is the national team of New Caledonia and is controlled by the Fédération Calédonienne de Football. Although they were only admitted to FIFA in 2004, they have been participating in the OFC Nations Cup since its inception. They have been one of this relatively small region's strongest teams, finishing second in 2008 and 2012, and third in 1973 and 1980. They were the top ranked OFC nation at number 95 in September 2008, [2] making them only the fourth country from the confederation to have reached the global top 100.

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History

The New Caledonian Football Federation, although created in 1928, [3] did not join FIFA or the OFC until 2004, becoming the 205th member of the former.

Previously the New Caledonian selection, due to the attachment of local institutions to the French Football Federation, could only line up during friendly matches or regional competitions, such as the Pacific Games, as well as the Oceania Football Cup, but only as a guest.

The Cagous distinguished themselves during these competitions, winning the Pacific Games on several occasions, and finishing in third place, during the first two editions of the OFC Nations Cup.

After failing to qualify for the 2004 OFC Nations Cup, the New Caledonian Football Federation hired Didier Chambaron as the team's new coach. During the 2007 South Pacific Games in Apia, the Cagous were placed in group A and won over their great rival Tahiti (1–0), this meeting was the first of the playoffs for the 2010 FIFA World Cup. They then won against Tuvalu and the Cook Islands (1–0) and (3–0). For their last group match, they draw against Fiji (1–1). The New Caledonians finished second in their group, and then beat the Solomon Islands (3–2), then in the final won the trophy against Fiji (1–0).

The Pacific Games football tournament serving as the first qualifying round for the World Cup in South Africa, the team found themselves qualified for the second round, where New Zealand blocked their way by taking first place. The Cagous however finish second in front of Fiji and Vanuatu.

In May 2011, the selection faced Reunion twice in Nouméa, matches counting for the preparation of the games of the islands of the Indian Ocean in the Seychelles of the Reunionese. The New Caledonians lost both matches. However, a few months later, during the 2011 Pacific Games, New Caledonia won in the final against the Solomon Islands, with the score of (2–0), after a victory against Tahiti (3–1).

In June 2012, on the occasion of the Oceania Nations Cup, the Cagous succeeded in beating New Zealand in the semi-finals, with a score of 2–0 (goals from Bertrand Kai and Georges Gope-Fenepej), but failed in the final against their Tahitian rivals (1–0). Nevertheless, the competition serving as a second qualifying round for the 2014 FIFA World Cup, New Caledonia found itself, along with Tahiti and the semi-finalists New Zealand and the Solomon Islands qualified for the next round.

Rivalries

A historical sporting rivalry exists between the two French Pacific overseas collectivities, New Caledonia and Tahiti. They compete regularly in regional and, since 2006, international competitions. In 2012, Tahiti led the number of titles won (1 Oceania Nations Cup, 5 gold medals at the South Pacific Games, 2 at the South Pacific mini-games, against 6 gold at the South Pacific Games for New Caledonia). As of their last match in 2018, out of the 62 matches played since 1953, the New Caledonia has 28 wins against 25 for Tahiti and 9 draws. [4]

Kit

Givova are the current kit provider for the national team since 2022. As of 2012, the national team's home kit is a grey jersey with red shorts and red socks. The away kit is a red jersey with red shorts and white socks.

Kit supplierPeriod
Flag of Germany.svg Puma 2004–2006 [5]
Flag of the United States.svg Nike 2010–2012
Flag of Italy.svg Erreà 2013–2017
Flag of Italy.svg Kappa 2017–2019
Flag of Denmark.svg Select 2020–2021
Flag of Italy.svg Givova 2022–

Results and fixtures

The following is a list of match results in the last 12 months, as well as any future matches that have been scheduled.

  Win  Draw  Loss  Fixture

2023

20 March Friendly Match Tahiti  Flag of French Polynesia.svg0–2New Caledonia flags merged (2017).svg  New Caledonia Pirae, Tahiti
20:00  UTC−10 Report
  • Xowi Soccerball shade.svg69'
  • Rokuad Soccerball shade.svg88'
Stadium: Stade Pater Te Hono Nui
24 November 2023 Pacific Games GS Cook Islands  Flag of the Cook Islands.svg0–8New Caledonia flags merged (2017).svg  New Caledonia Honiara, Solomon Islands
16:00 Report
Stadium: SIFF Academy Field
Referee: Kavitesh Behari (Fiji)
28 November 2023 Pacific Games Semi-final New Caledonia  New Caledonia flags merged (2017).svg1–0Flag of Vanuatu.svg  Vanuatu Honiara, Solomon Islands
12:00
Report Stadium: Lawson Tama Stadium
Referee: Campbell-Kirk Kawana-Waugh (New Zealand)

2024

Coaching history

Players

Current squad

The following players were called up for the 2023 Pacific Games. [6]

Caps and goals correct as of 23 March 2023, after the match against Flag of French Polynesia.svg  Tahiti .

No.Pos.PlayerDate of birth (age)CapsGoalsClub
11 GK Rocky Nyikeine (1992-05-26) 26 May 1992 (age 31)230 New Caledonia flags merged (2017).svg Hienghène Sport
161 GK Mickaël Ulile (1997-07-16) 16 July 1997 (age 26)110 New Caledonia flags merged (2017).svg Magenta

22 DF Gabriel Vakoume (1989-02-09) 9 February 1989 (age 35)30 New Caledonia flags merged (2017).svg Kunié
32 DF William Rokaud (2001-10-03) 3 October 2001 (age 22)31 New Caledonia flags merged (2017).svg Magenta
42 DF Vincent Vakié (1990-10-20) 20 October 1990 (age 33)40 New Caledonia flags merged (2017).svg Kunié
62 DF Martin Makam (2001-09-15) 15 September 2001 (age 22)20 New Caledonia flags merged (2017).svg Magenta
132 DF Josué Wélépane (2000-04-19) 19 April 2000 (age 23)10 New Caledonia flags merged (2017).svg Tiga Sport
232 DF Gianni Manmieu (1994-08-03) 3 August 1994 (age 29)20 New Caledonia flags merged (2017).svg Kunié

53 MF Fonzy Ranchain (1994-07-22) 22 July 1994 (age 29)20 New Caledonia flags merged (2017).svg Hienghène Sport
73 MF Morgan Mathelon (1991-09-12) 12 September 1991 (age 32)70 New Caledonia flags merged (2017).svg Tiga Sport
83 MF Pierre Bako (2001-08-09) 9 August 2001 (age 22)61 New Caledonia flags merged (2017).svg Gaïtcha
103 MF William Read (2003-01-11) 11 January 2003 (age 21)31 New Caledonia flags merged (2017).svg Lössi
113 MF César Zeoula (1989-08-29) 29 August 1989 (age 34)3510 Flag of France.svg US Chauvigny
123 MF Shene Wélépane (1997-12-09) 9 December 1997 (age 26)134 New Caledonia flags merged (2017).svg Tiga Sport
153 MF Gérard Waia (2004-12-22) 22 December 2004 (age 19)11 New Caledonia flags merged (2017).svg Tiga Sport
173 MF Jean-Jacques Katrawa (1999-08-02) 2 August 1999 (age 24)30 New Caledonia flags merged (2017).svg Gaïtcha
183 MF Ritchi Iwa (1999-08-31) 31 August 1999 (age 24)30 New Caledonia flags merged (2017).svg Païta
203 MF Makalu Xowi (1999-04-20) 20 April 1999 (age 24)43 Flag of French Polynesia.svg Central Sport
213 MF Robert Neoere (1996-04-18) 18 April 1996 (age 27)30 New Caledonia flags merged (2017).svg Kunié

94 FW Lues Waya (2001-08-01) 1 August 2001 (age 22)10 Flag of France.svg USSA Vertou
144 FW Titouan Richard (2000-12-04) 4 December 2000 (age 23)10 Flag of France.svg Olympique Salaise Rhodia

Recent call-ups

The following players have also been called up to the New Caledonia squad within the last twelve months.

Pos.PlayerDate of birth (age)CapsGoalsClubLatest call-up
GK Wareen Hlupa (2004-04-16) 16 April 2004 (age 19)10 New Caledonia flags merged (2017).svg Lössi 2023 MSG Prime Minister's Cup
GK Jean-Gilles Hnamuko (1996-03-02) 2 March 1996 (age 28)30 Flag of Luxembourg.svg Alisontia Steinsel v. Flag of French Polynesia.svg  Tahiti ; 23 March 2023

DF Bernard Iwa (2000-05-16) 16 May 2000 (age 23)40 New Caledonia flags merged (2017).svg Qanono Sport 2023 MSG Prime Minister's Cup
DF Jules Omei (2001-07-14) 14 July 2001 (age 22)30 New Caledonia flags merged (2017).svg Mont-Dore 2023 MSG Prime Minister's Cup
DF Sake Forest (2003-08-13) 13 August 2003 (age 20)20 New Caledonia flags merged (2017).svg Tiga Sport v. Flag of French Polynesia.svg  Tahiti ; 23 March 2023
DF Josuah Hlemu (2000-12-07) 7 December 2000 (age 23)10 New Caledonia flags merged (2017).svg Auteuil v. Flag of French Polynesia.svg  Tahiti ; 23 March 2023

MF Cyril Nypie (2000-04-11) 11 April 2000 (age 23)60 New Caledonia flags merged (2017).svg Tiga Sport v. Flag of French Polynesia.svg  Tahiti ; 23 March 2023
MF David Bearune (1994-06-17) 17 June 1994 (age 29)30 New Caledonia flags merged (2017).svg Tiga Sport v. Flag of French Polynesia.svg  Tahiti ; 23 March 2023
MF William Read (2003-01-11) 11 January 2003 (age 21)20 New Caledonia flags merged (2017).svg Lössi v. Flag of French Polynesia.svg  Tahiti ; 23 March 2023

FW Gilbert Kugogne (2004-05-04) 4 May 2004 (age 19)10 New Caledonia flags merged (2017).svg Magenta v. Flag of French Polynesia.svg  Tahiti ; 23 March 2023

Player records

As of 2 December 2023 [7]
Players in bold are still active with New Caledonia.

Most appearances

RankNameCapsGoalsCareer
1 Bertrand Kaï 43232008–2022
2 Emile Béaruné 4202010–present
3 César Zeoula 40132008–present
4 Joël Wakanumuné 3912011–2022
Pierre Wajoka 39132003–2011
6 Iamel Kabeu 34202002–2013
7 Roy Kayara 3182008–2019
8 Michel Hmaé 28222003–2011
Rocky Nyikeine 2802011–present
10 André Sinédo 2712002–2011

Top goalscorers

RankNameGoalsCapsRatioCareer
1 Bertrand Kaï 23430.532008–2022
2 Michel Hmaé 22280.792003–2011
3 Iamel Kabeu 20340.592002–2013
4 Georges Gope-Fenepej 15210.712011–2022
5 Pierre Wajoka 13390.332003–2011
César Zeoula 13400.332008–present
7 Jean-Philippe Saïko 12101.22016–present
8 Joris Pibke 1152.22000–2002
9 Paul Poatinda 101012003–2004
10 Jacques Haeko 9130.692011–2012

Competitive record

FIFA World Cup

FIFA World Cup record FIFA World Cup qualification record
YearRoundPositionPldWD*LGFGAPldWDLGFGA
Flag of Uruguay.svg 1930 to Flag of South Korea (1997-2011).svg Flag of Japan.svg 2002 Not a FIFA memberNot a FIFA member
Flag of Germany.svg 2006 Did not qualify4211162
Flag of South Africa.svg 2010 127322213
Flag of Brazil.svg 2014 5302197
Flag of Russia.svg 2018 412193
Flag of Qatar.svg 2022 3003210
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg Flag of Mexico.svg Flag of the United States.svg 2026 To be determinedTo be determined
Flag of Morocco.svg Flag of Portugal.svg Flag of Spain.svg 2030
Flag of Saudi Arabia.svg 2034
Total0/52813696935

OFC Nations Cup

Oceania Cup / OFC Nations Cup recordQualification record
YearRoundPositionPldWDLGFGAPldWDLGFGA
Flag of New Zealand.svg 1973 Third place3rd5302106No qualification
Flag of France.svg 1980 Third place3rd43011412
1996 Did not qualify410359
Flag of Australia (converted).svg 1998 4004410
Flag of French Polynesia.svg 2000 42021111
Flag of New Zealand.svg 2002 Group stage8th30031144301254
Flag of Australia (converted).svg 2004 Did not qualify4211162
2008 Runners-up2nd622212106510103
Flag of the Solomon Islands.svg 2012 Runners-up 2nd5302197Qualified automatically
Flag of Papua New Guinea.svg 2016 Semi-finals3rd412193
Flag of Vanuatu.svg 2024 Qualifield
TotalRunners-up7/112712411655226132117139

Pacific Games

Pacific Games record
YearHostRoundPldWD*LGFGA
1963 Flag of Fiji (1924-1970).svg  Fiji Champions2200103
1966 Flag of France.svg  New Caledonia Runners-up4301172
1969 Flag of Papua New Guinea (1965-1970).svg  Papua New Guinea Champions5410203
1971 Flag of France.svg  Tahiti Champions4310122
1975 Flag of Guam.svg  Guam Runners-up5401164
1979 Flag of Fiji.svg  Fiji Fourth place5302268
1983 Flag of Samoa.svg  Samoa Third place64021611
1987 Flag of France.svg  New Caledonia Champions6501264
1991 Flag of Papua New Guinea.svg  Papua New Guinea Third place5302138
1995 Flag of French Polynesia.svg  Tahiti Group stage4202193
2003 Flag of Fiji.svg  Fiji Runners-up6411293
2007 Flag of Samoa.svg  Samoa Champions6510103
2011 New Caledonia flags merged (2017).svg  New Caledonia Champions7601363
2015 Flag of Papua New Guinea.svg  Papua New Guinea See New Caledonia national under-23 football team
2019 Flag of Samoa.svg  Samoa Runners-up6501232
2023 Flag of the Solomon Islands.svg  Solomon Islands Champions4310182
Total8 Titles695251326859

MSG Prime Minister's Cup

MSG Prime Minister's Cup record
YearHostPositionPldWD*LGFGA
1988 Flag of the Solomon Islands.svg  Solomon Islands 4th410365
1989 Flag of Fiji.svg  Fiji Runners-up430195
1990 Flag of Vanuatu.svg  Vanuatu Runners-up421153
1992 Flag of Vanuatu.svg  Vanuatu Runners-up321042
1994 Flag of the Solomon Islands.svg  Solomon Islands 4th410359
1998 Flag of Vanuatu.svg  Vanuatu 5th4004410
2000 Flag of Fiji.svg  Fiji 4th42021111
2022 Flag of Vanuatu.svg  Vanuatu 6th200202
2023 Flags of New Caledonia.svg  New Caledonia Runners-up320172
TotalRunners-up32132175149

Head-to-head record

Up to matches played on 21 September 2022.

TeamPldWDLGFGAGDWPCT
Flag of American Samoa.svg  American Samoa 4400330+33100.00
Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia 4004123220.00
Flag of Bulgaria.svg  Bulgaria 10013520.00
Flag of the Cook Islands.svg  Cook Islands 4400320+32100.00
Flag of Estonia.svg  Estonia 10101100.00
Flag of the Federated States of Micronesia.svg  Micronesia 1100180+18100.00
Flag of Fiji.svg  Fiji 38125216875731.58
Flag of Guadeloupe (local).svg  Guadeloupe 20111540.00
Flag of Guam.svg  Guam 3300371+36100.00
Flag of Malaysia.svg  Malaysia 10011210.00
Flag-of-Martinique.svg  Martinique 30121760.00
Flag of Mauritius.svg  Mauritius 10011320.00
Flag of Mayotte (Local).svg  Mayotte 210134150.00
Flag of New Zealand.svg  New Zealand 331122046712533.33
Flag of Papua New Guinea.svg  Papua New Guinea 1812244916+3366.67
Proposed flag of Reunion (VAR).svg  Réunion 20023740.00
Flag of Saint-Pierre and Miquelon.svg  Saint Pierre and Miquelon 1100161+15100.00
Flag of Samoa.svg  Samoa [lower-alpha 1] 4400290+29100.00
Flag of the Solomon Islands.svg  Solomon Islands 26142105330+2353.85
Flag of French Polynesia.svg  Tahiti 6226142210576+2941.94
Flag of Tonga.svg  Tonga 5500362+34100.00
Flag of Tuvalu.svg  Tuvalu 5401322+3080.00
Flag of Vanuatu.svg  Vanuatu [lower-alpha 2] 3823789745+5260.53
Flag of Wallis and Futuna.svg  Wallis and Futuna 3300191+18100.00
Total 2621283599685377+30848.85
Source: 1951–99 results and 2000–present results
Notes:
  1. Includes results as Western Samoa.
  2. Includes results as New Hebrides.

Honours

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