A record number of teams will compete in an expanded OFC Champions League football competition next season.
16 teams will take part in the main competition - up from 12 in each of the past three years.
There will be two teams each from Fiji, Solomon Islands, Tahiti, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and Vanuatu.
The top two teams from the Preliminary Competition, between the national league champions of American Samoa, Cook Islands, Samoa and Tonga, will also qualify for the main draw.
The main competition will be drawn into four groups, with each one hosted in a different venue.
The top team from each group will advance to a home and away semi final, with the winners of those fixtures contesting a home and away finals series to determine the winner of the 2017 OFC Champions League and the OFC representative at the FIFA Club World Cup 2017.
Auckland City won their sixth consecutive OFC Champions League crown in April and will represent the region at December's FIFA Club World Cup in Japan.