Year Winners Runners-Up Third Venue U-17 1983 Australia New Zealand Taiwan Auckland, New Zealand 1986 Australia New Zealand Taiwan Kaohsiung, Taiwan 1989 Australia New Zealand Taiwan Australia 1991 Australia New Zealand Fiji Napier, New Zealand 1993 Australia Solomon Islands New Zealand New Zealand 1995 Australia New Zealand Vanuatu Vanuatu 1997 New Zealand Australia Solomon Islands New Zealand 1999 Australia Fiji [*] Fiji 2001 Australia New Zealand Apia, Samoa and Port Vila, Vanuatu 2003 Australia New Caledonia 2005 Australia Vanuatu New Caledonia 2007 New Zealand Tahiti Fiji Tahiti 2009 New Zealand Tahiti New Caledonia Auckland, New Zealand 2011 New Zealand Tahiti Solomon Islands Albany, New Zealand 2013 New Zealand New Caledonia Vanuatu Luganville, Vanuatu 2015 New Zealand Tahiti Vanuatu Apia, Samoa and Pago Pago, American Samoa 2017 New Zealand New Caledonia Papeete, Tahiti U-16 2018 New Zealand Solomon Islands Tahiti Honiara, Solomon Islands 2020 cancelled due to Covid-19 pandemic 2023 New Zealand New Caledonia Tahiti Suva and Ba, Fiji [*] New Zealand did not participate as hosts of the World Cup
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Last updated: 12 Feb 2023
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