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Lupe o le Soaga

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Lupe o le Soaga
Full nameLupe o le Soaga Soccer Club
GroundToleafoa J.S Blatter Soccer Stadium[1]
ChairmanTafilipepe Fineaso Aimaasu
ManagerPaul Uaiesi
LeagueSamoa National League

Lupe o le Soaga is a Samoan football club based in Tuanaimato. It currently plays in the Samoa National League.


Lupe o le Soaga played in the First Division, the second tier of the Samoa National League during the 2011–12 season where they finished runners-up to Vaimoso.[2] Apparently they were promoted as they then played in the 2012-13 Samoa National League, which they won, losing only once throughout the whole season.[3] They also won the Samoa Cup, defeating Kiwi 2–1 in the final.[3] Kiwi took the lead, but Lupe equalised with a penalty.[4] An additional twenty minutes extra time was played and in the second half of extra time Lupe scored the winner.[4] The Lupe ole Soaga women's team were runner's-up in the 2012–13 women's cup final.[4]

In the 2020 edition of the OFC Champions League they became the first team coming from the qualifying stage to win a group stage match.[5]



Current technical staff

Head coach Samoa Paul Ualesi
Assistant coach Samoa Venico Ah Colt
Manager Samoa La'i Tautiaga
Assistant Manager Samoa Mataio Toetu
Goalkeeper Coach Samoa Kareti Soafa
Gear Manager Samoa Victor Lapalapa
Assistant Gear Manager Samoa Maiseli Faasalele
Trainer Samoa Soliai Letutusa

Current squad

Squad for the 2020 OFC Champions League Premiliminary Stage

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK Samoa SAM Mataio Toetu
2 FW Samoa SAM Albert Bell
3 DF Samoa SAM Suivai Ataga
4 DF Samoa SAM Ritchievoy Ueligitone
5 DF Samoa SAM Tauati Tanoai
6 DF Samoa SAM Andrew Stefano
7 FW Samoa SAM Lawrie Letutusa
9 FW Samoa SAM Vaa Taualai
10 MF Samoa SAM Jarvis Filimalae
No. Pos. Nation Player
11 MF England ENG Matthew Chant
12 DF Samoa SAM John Teo
13 MF Samoa SAM Michael Leo
14 DF Samoa SAM Osa Savelio
16 MF Samoa SAM Soliai Letutusa
17 DF Samoa SAM Isaako Sione
18 MF Samoa SAM Lapalapa Toni
20 GK New Zealand NZL Zane Green
21 MF Samoa SAM Bitner Tafili


  1. ^ Which stadiums are home to the most champions? at The Knowledge, Guardian Newspapers
  2. ^ Samoa – 2011 at RSSSF.
  3. ^ a b Samoa 2013 at RSSSF
  4. ^ a b c National League closer to an end Archived 2013-09-28 at the Wayback Machine at
  5. ^ "Lupe make history in Tahiti". Oceania Football Confederation. Mar 6, 2020.
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