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|Full name||Malampa Revivors Football Club|
|Ground||Luganville Soccer City Stadium|
|League||Luganville Premier Football League|
Malampa Revivors was founded in 2010 by Elder Shem Dahmassing, as a youth ministry within the Youth Fellowship program of Centenary Presbyterian Church, at Sarakata in Luganville. The club has its focus on promoting and bringing up youths in religious aspects, together with football. Most of the current players still attend the Youth Fellowship of Presbyterian Church. In 2015 Malampa Revivors FC made headlines when they reached the final of the 2015 VFF National Super League after a 2-1 victory over Port Vila topclub Ifira Black Bird. In the final they lost to Amicale but because of the new format of the OFC Champions League, in which has been decided that two Vanuatu clubs will play at the OFC Champions League Malampa also qualified for the OFC Champions League. When the final was played this had not been announced yet. But it means that Malampa Revivors will play at the 2017 OFC Champions League for the first time.
- VFF National Super League:
- Winners (1): 2014 VFF National Super League|2014
- Runners up (1): 2015
- Third(1): 2016 VFF National Super League|2016
- Runners up (1): 2017 VFF National Super League|2017
- Luganville League Premiere Division
- Honors (6): TVL Championship 4th Place 2011, TVL Championship 2nd Place 2012, TVL Championship 2nd Place 2013, TVL Championship 1st Place 2014, TVL Championship 1st Place 2015, TVL Championship 1st Place 2016
- Champions (3): TVL Championship 1st Place 2014, TVL Championship 1st Place 2015, TVL Championship 1st Place 2016
- Brisk Cup
- Champions (2): 2011, 2013.
- Jules Cup
- Champions (1): 2016.
- Independence Cup
- Champions (2): 2013, 2014.
Malampa Revivors FC's rival is Vaum United in a domestic level. It is the only club in the Luganville Football League to have clashed with the team in numerous tournament finals.
Squad for 2020 OFC Champions League
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
|Head Coach||Steve Varegali|
|Club Doctor||Dr. Basil Leodoro|
|Media Officer||Rita Bill|
- Steve Ham (2011-2016)
- Percy Avock (2016-2017)
- Kaison Maki (2019)
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