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2017–18 Tahiti Ligue 1

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Tahiti Ligue 1
Season2017–18
ChampionsCentral Sport
RelegatedPunaruu,
Aorai
Matches played135
Goals scored803 (5.95 per match)
Top goalscorerFrench Polynesia Teaonui Tehau
(53 goals)
Biggest home winTaiarapu 11-2 Aorai (23 February 2018)
Biggest away winPunaruu 1-19 Vénus (20 April 2018)
Highest scoringPunaruu 1-19 Vénus (20 April 2018)

The 2017–18 Tahiti Ligue 1 is the 71st season of top-flight football in Tahiti. Tefana are the defending champions having won their fifth title last season. The season started on 15 September 2017 and finished on 19 May 2018.[1]

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Tahiti Ligue 1

Tahiti Ligue 1

The Tahitian Ligue 1 is the top division of the Fédération Tahitienne de Football in French Polynesia. The league is currently named Ligue 1 Vini for sponsorship reasons.

Association football

Association football

Association football, more commonly known as football or soccer, is a team sport played between two teams of 11 players who primarily use their feet to propel a ball around a rectangular field called a pitch. The objective of the game is to score more goals than the opposite team by moving the ball beyond the goal line into a rectangular-framed goal defended by the opposing side. Traditionally, the game has been played over two 45 minute halves, for a total match time of 90 minutes. With an estimated 250 million players active in over 200 countries and territories, it is considered the world's most popular sport.

Tahiti

Tahiti

Tahiti is the largest island of the Windward group of the Society Islands in French Polynesia. It is located in the central part of the Pacific Ocean and the nearest major landmass is Australia. Divided into two parts, Tahiti Nui and Tahiti Iti, the island was formed from volcanic activity; it is high and mountainous with surrounding coral reefs. Its population was 189,517 in 2017, making it by far the most populous island in French Polynesia and accounting for 68.7% of its total population.

A.S. Tefana

A.S. Tefana

Association Sportive Tefana Football, is a football club from Faaa, Tahiti, French Polynesia. The club plays their home matches at Stade Louis Ganivet. The club became the second French Polynesian team to have reached the final of the OFC Champions League, which they achieved in 2012.

Standings

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 AS Central Sport 27 22 3 2 107 40 +67 96 Qualification to 2019 OFC Champions League
2 AS Tefana 27 20 4 3 100 45 +55 91
3 AS Dragon 27 19 5 3 112 41 +71 89
4 AS Pirae 27 14 4 9 104 64 +40 73
5 AS Vénus 27 13 4 10 101 52 +49 70
6 AS Taiarapu 27 12 5 10 99 67 +32 68
7 AS Manu-Ura 27 11 1 15 70 74 −4 61
8 Tahiti U-19 27 3 3 21 51 125 −74 39
9 AS Aorai 27 4 1 22 33 135 −102 38[a] Relegation to 2018-19 Tahiti Ligue 2
10 AS Tamarii Punaruu 27 1 2 24 26 160 −134 29[a]
Source: FIFA
Rules for classification: 4 points for a win, 2 points for a draw, 1 point for a defeat.
Notes:
  1. ^ a b Points deducted:
    • AS Aorai: 2 pts
    • AS Tamarii Punaruu 3 pts

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Top scorers

Rank Player Club Goals
1 French Polynesia Teaonui Tehau Vénus 53
2 French Polynesia Yohann Tihoni Taiarapu 48
3 French Polynesia Tamatoa Tetauira Dragon 35
4 French Polynesia Tearii Labaste Pirae 28
5 French Polynesia Sandro Tau Pirae 25
6 French Polynesia Benoit Mathon Tefana 23
French Polynesia Francois Mu Manu-Ura
8 French Polynesia Sylvain Graglia Central Sport 22
French Polynesia Rainui Tze-Yu Dragon
10 French Polynesia Gary Rochette Manu-Ura 18

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Hat-tricks

It was the record season with 52 hat-tricks.

# Player For Against Score Date Round
1 French Polynesia Tamatoa Tetauira (1) Dragon Tahiti U19 3-8 16 September 2017 1
2 French Polynesia Jay Warren4 (1) Central Punaruu 7-1 16 September 2017 1
3 French Polynesia Yann Vivi (1) Tahiti U19 Punaruu 0-4 22 September 2017 2
4 French Polynesia Teaonui Tehau6 (1) Venus Aorai 1-6 23 September 2017 2
5 French Polynesia Sylvain Graglia (1) Central Aorai 1-5 7 October 2017 3
6 French Polynesia Teaonui Tehau (2) Venus Punaruu 5-1 9 November 2017 6
7 French Polynesia Jason P Papaura (1) Taiarapu Tahiti U19 1-8 3 November 2017 6
8 French Polynesia Tearii C Labaste (1) Pirae Taiarapu 4-3 17 November 2017 7
9 French Polynesia Yohann Tihoni5 (1) Taiarapu Punaruu 10-0 24 November 2017 8
10 French Polynesia Tamatoa Tetauira (2) Dragon Manu Ura 7-3 25 November 2017 8
11 French Polynesia Rainui Alexis Tze-Yu (1) Dragon Manu Ura 7-3 25 November 2017 8
12 French Polynesia Alvin Tehau Tefana Aorai 8-0 9 December 2017 10
13 French Polynesia Tamatoa Tetauira4 (3) Dragon Tahiti U19 8-0 9 December 2017 10
14 French Polynesia Tearii C Labaste (2) Pirae Venus 5-2 9 December 2017 10
15 French Polynesia Teaonui Tehau (3) Venus Aorai 4-1 16 December 2017 11
16 French Polynesia Tearii C Labaste (3) Pirae Manu Ura 8-1 16 December 2017 11
17 French Polynesia Yann Vivi5 (2) Tahiti U19 Punaruu 10-0 15 December 2017 11
18 French Polynesia Ramanui Amau Tahiti U19 Punaruu 10-0 15 December 2017 11
19 French Polynesia Teaonui Tehau (4) Venus Tahiti U19 1-7 21 December 2017 12
20 French Polynesia Sylvain Graglia4 (2) Central Aorai 6-0 21 December 2017 12
21 French Polynesia Teaonui Tehau (5) Venus Dragon 3-2 19 January 2018 14
22 French Polynesia Francois Mu (1) Manu Ura Aorai 5-2 19 January 2018 14
23 French Polynesia Benoit Mathon4 (1) Tefana Punaruu 7-1 20 January 2018 14
24 French Polynesia Teaonui Tehau4 (6) Venus Punaruu 9-2 26 January 2018 15
25 French Polynesia Yohann Tihoni (2) Taiarapu Punaruu 2-5 2 March 2018 17
26 French Polynesia Sandro Tau (1) Pirae Aorai 2-13 10 February 2018 17
27 French Polynesia Gervais Chan Kat Pirae Aorai 2-13 10 February 2018 17
28 French Polynesia Heirauari Salem Pirae Aorai 2-13 10 February 2018 17
29 French Polynesia Benoit Mathon4 (2) Tefana Tahiti U19 8-3 10 February 2018 17
30 French Polynesia Jason P Papaura4 (2) Taiarapu Aorai 11-2 23 February 2018 18
31 French Polynesia Timiona Parker Taiarapu Aorai 11-2 23 February 2018 18
32 French Polynesia Francois Mu (2) Manu Ura Taiarapu 0-5 9 March 2018 19
33 French Polynesia Tamatoa Tetauira4 (4) Dragon Tahiti U19 2-7 9 March 2018 19
34 French Polynesia Benoit Mathon (3) Tefana Aorai 0-4 9 March 2018 19
35 French Polynesia Francois Mu (3) Manu Ura Pirae 3-1 3 April 2018 20
36 French Polynesia Teaonui Tehau4 (7) Venus Aorai 0-9 3 April 2018 20
37 French Polynesia Benoit Mathon (4) Tefana Central 3-2 4 March 2018 20
38 French Polynesia Teaonui Tehau4 (8) Venus Tahiti U19 6-1 11 April 2018 21
39 French Polynesia Jess Horoi Central Aorai 2-12 11 April 2018 21
40 French Polynesia Jay Warren4 (2) Central Pirae 6-4 29 March 2018 22
41 French Polynesia Salomon Teuepauhu4 Dragon Punaruu 9-2 29 March 2018 22
42 French Polynesia Yohann Tihoni (3) Taiarapu Central 3-4 15 April 2018 23
43 French Polynesia Yohann Tihoni5 (4) Taiarapu Tahiti U19 9-2 20 April 2018 24
44 French Polynesia Teaonui Tehau7 (9) Venus Punaruu 1-19 20 April 2018 24
45 French Polynesia Raiamanu Tetauira Venus Punaruu 1-19 20 April 2028 24
46 French Polynesia Yann Pennequin-Le Bras Venus Punaruu 1-19 20 April 2018 24
47 French Polynesia Rainui Alexis Tze-Yu (2) Dragon Aorai 5-0 20 April 2018 24
48 French Polynesia Yohann Tihoni7 (5) Taiarapu Punaruu 1-9 5 May 2018 26
49 French Polynesia Benoit Mathon (5) Tefana Tahiti U19 7-1 5 May 2018 26
50 French Polynesia Sandro Tau (2) Pirae Punaruu 9-1 18 May 2018 27
51 French Polynesia Teaonui Tehau (10) Venus Manu Ura 2-5 18 May 2018 27
52 French Polynesia Yohann Tihoni (6) Taiarapu Aorai 3-5 19 May 2018 27
  • 4 Player scored 4 goals
  • 5 Player scored 5 goals
  • 6 Player scored 6 goals
  • 7 Player scored 7 goals

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French Polynesia

French Polynesia

French Polynesia is an overseas collectivity of France and its sole overseas country. It comprises 121 geographically dispersed islands and atolls stretching over more than 2,000 kilometres (1,200 mi) in the South Pacific Ocean. The total land area of French Polynesia is 3,521 square kilometres (1,359 sq mi), with a population of 278,786.

Tamatoa Tetauira

Tamatoa Tetauira

Tamatoa Tetauira is an BBM Tahitian international footballer who plays as a midfielder for Pirae in the Tahiti Ligue 1.

Jay Warren (footballer)

Jay Warren (footballer)

Jay Warren is a Tahitian footballer who plays as a midfielder for A.S. Pirae in the Tahiti Ligue 1.

Teaonui Tehau

Teaonui Tehau

Teaonui Tehau is a Tahitian footballer who plays as a striker or as a midfielder for A.S. Vénus. He is the cousin of the brothers Alvin Tehau, Lorenzo Tehau and Jonathan Tehau, all of them playing for Tahiti.

Sylvain Graglia

Sylvain Graglia

Sylvain Graglia is a French-born Tahitian footballer who plays as a striker for A.S. Pirae and the Tahiti national football team.

Yohann Tihoni

Yohann Tihoni

Yohann Tihoni is a soccer player from Tahiti currently playing for AS Roniu and for the Tahiti national football team. He was part of the Tahitian squad at the 2013 FIFA Confederations Cup in Brazil.

Alvin Tehau

Alvin Tehau

Alvin Tehau is a Tahitian professional association footballer who plays for A.S. Tefana as a central midfielder. He is the twin brother of Lorenzo Tehau, brother of Jonathan Tehau and cousin of Teaonui Tehau, all playing for Tahiti national football team.

Source: "2017–18 Tahiti Ligue 1", Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, (2023, January 27th), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2017–18_Tahiti_Ligue_1.

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