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|Teams||5 (from 1 confederation)|
|Venue(s)||2 (in 2 host cities)|
|Champions||New Zealand (5th title)|
|Fourth place||New Caledonia|
|Goals scored||52 (5.2 per match)|
|Top scorer(s)||Rusiate Matarerega|
|Best player(s)||Louis Fenton|
The 2013 OFC U-20 Championship was the 19th edition of the OFC Under 20 Qualifying Tournament, the biennial football championship of Oceania (OFC). The competition was held at two venues in Fiji, from the 21 to 29 March, with the winner qualifying as Oceania's representative at the 2013 FIFA U-20 World Cup.
Further information: 2013 OFC U-20 Championship squads
|Papua New Guinea||4||0||0||4||4||22||−18||0|
|Papua New Guinea||0–5||New Zealand|
|[permanent dead link]||Fenton 5' (pen.), 11'
Boyd 81' (pen.)
Matarerega 33', 43'
|New Zealand||3–2||New Caledonia|
|Fenton 29' (pen.)
|[permanent dead link]||Xalite 17'
|Vanuatu||6–1||Papua New Guinea|
|Damalip 25', 44', 58'
|[permanent dead link]||Aisa 1'|
|New Caledonia||9–3||Papua New Guinea|
|Xalite 24' (pen.), 30'
Bob 28', 61'
Ranchain 57', 64'
|Fenton 48' (pen.)
|Papua New Guinea||0–2||Fiji|
|[permanent dead link]||Matarerega 13', 39'|
The Golden Ball Award was awarded to the most outstanding player of the tournament. The Golden Glove Award was awarded to the best goalkeeper of the tournament. The Golden Boot Award was awarded to the top scorer of the tournament. The Fair Play Award was awarded to the team with the best disciplinary record at the tournament.
|Golden Ball||Louis Fenton|
|Golden Glove||Max Crocombe|
|Golden Boot||Rusiate Matarerega (5 goals)|
|Fair Play Award||Vanuatu|
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