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SKY to broadcast ASB Premiership

The top level of domestic football comes to television screens regularly for the first time this summer with New Zealand Football confirming on Thursday live coverage of selected matches of the ASB Premiership on SKY… [more]



“By getting the ASB Premiership on television regularly, we increase our ability to showcase the pathway available to our players and we can begin to create local heroes for our young players to aspire to on their journey towards the All Whites.” NZ Football CEO Andy Martin

“The ASB Premiership is the connection point between our thriving grassroots base in the Whole of Football programme and our elite international teams operating under the Beyond Football Plan.” NZ Football Community Director Cam Mitchell

“This broadcast deal will help increase the popularity, profile and visibility of football which will help connect more Kiwis to the game, something which will have a positive impact for all our stakeholders.” NZ Football Commercial Director Steve Brebner



NZ Football CEO Andy Martin

NZ Football Community Director Cam Mitchell


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ASB Premiership draw revealed

The draw for the 2015-16 ASB Premiership was announced on Thursday with the country’s top domestic football competition featuring several exciting new developments. The streamlined eight-team league includes 59… [more]

2015-16 Draw

Click here for a handy wall chart of the 2015-16 season draw.



Grand Final 2014/15Archive >

Auckland City earn sixth title

Auckland City claimed their sixth ASB Premiership title on Sunday with a 2-1 come-from-behind victory over Hawke’s Bay United in the 2014-15 Grand Final at Kiwitea Street. The defending champions were made to work… [more]



Grand Final team squads
Auckland City regular season summary
Hawke’s Bay Utd regular season summary



“The bottom line for me is we carried on playing the same way and in some respects that paid off at the end.” Auckland City FC coach Ramon Tribulietx

“If we had of scored the one which was probably the best chance of the game early on then it changes but unfortunately it didn’t go in.” Hawke’s Bay Utd coach Brett Angell

“We are very persistent. We have got a game plan and we stick by it and eventually we always break teams down.” Auckland City FC striker Ryan De Vries

“It’s hard to take but at the same time I couldn’t be happier for my boys. We’ve come so far with such a young team and there’s always next year.” Hawke’s Bay United captain Ross Haviland


Ramon Tribulietx – Auckland City FC

Brett Angell – Hawke’s Bay United

Ryan De Vries

Ross Haviland



Hawke’s Bay Utd club profile

Auckland City FC club profile



ASB Premiership news



Persistence pays off for De Vries

For Auckland City FC striker Ryan De Vries persistence paid big dividends on Sunday as he earned his sixth straight ASB Premiership title. The 23-year-old scored the equaliser for Auckland City after his side had fallen… [more]

Oceania Champions LeagueMore >

Auckland City win fifth title

Auckland City FC has won the OFC Champions League title for the fifth season in a row after a dramatic 4-3 penalty shoot out win over Team Wellington in Suva on Sunday. A penalty scored by Joao Moreira just 14…Read… [more]



“These one-off games are never easy and FC Gaitcha were pressing us high up the pitch but finally we capitalised on a set-piece.” Auckland City coach Ramon Tribulietx

“We’re delighted, it was a great start for us. It was a very tough game in front of a very vocal home crowd, and now it’s great to have two New Zealand teams in the final.” Team Wellington coach Matt Calcott


Stats & StandingsMore >


ASB Premiership TV

WaiBOP United – Player Profile – Jarrod Young
Team Wellington – Player Profile – Bill Robertson
WaiBOP Utd v Wellington Phoenix – Saturday 28 February
Canterbury Utd v Waitakere Utd – Saturday 28 February
Team Wellington v Wanderers SC – Sunday 1 March
Wanderers SC – Player Profile – Andre de Jong
Wanderers SC – Player Profile – Clayton Lewis
Canterbury Utd – Player Profile – Tom Schwarz