Auckland Football

National Women’s League Draw confirmed

New Zealand Football is pleased to announce the draw for the 2017 National Women’s League. The competition, which is the main pathway for future Football Ferns, is a seven round competition which kicks off on Saturday 14 October and finishes

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Get in to Football Newsletter

New Zealand Football is running a newsletter entitled ‘Get In To Football’ in 2017. This is a summary of all the community football news across the country. Click Here for the Get in to Football Newsletter Issue 15 NZF has

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Get in to Football Newsletter Issue 14

New Zealand Football is running a newsletter entitled ‘Get In To Football’ in 2017. This is a summary of all the community football news across the country. Click Here for the Get in to Football Newsletter – Issue 14 NZF

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Central United get up for local derby

Central United coach Aaron McFarland said his team has been working towards the goal all season of lifting the ISPS Handa Chatham Cup and they have a chance to make the final this weekend. The five-time champions, who defeated Wairarapa

Posted in Auckland Football, Chatham Cup, Featured News

Regional Coach of the Year winners named

The selfless efforts of seven volunteer coaches have been recognised with each being named as a regional winner in the McDonald’s Junior Football Coach of the Year competition. Nominations from all over the country flooded in but only one individual

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Loss of Colin Shaw mourned

New Zealand Football and Auckland Football Federation (AFF) are saddened to learn of the passing of former All White and Blockhouse Bay stalwart Colin Shaw. “Football in New Zealand has come a long way and our future is exciting but

Posted in All Whites, Auckland Football, Featured News, Federation news, National Teams

Regional Coach of the Year finalists named

The hunt to find the McDonald’s Junior Football Coach of the Year has been narrowed down to 21 people after three regional finalists were found in each federation. The shortlists were drawn from over 500 nominations across the country, which

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Get in to Football Newsletter

New Zealand Football is running a newsletter entitled ‘Get In To Football’ in 2017. This is a summary of all the community football news across the country. NZF has the strategic goals of: More New Zealanders loving and playing football

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Nominations fly in for Coach of the Year

The McDonald’s Junior Coach of the Year Award has attracted even more interest than in its inaugural edition with over 500 selfless volunteers being put forward in 2017. Nominations for the competition closed last month and each of New Zealand

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AUT trio on Bayern Munich adventure

A New Zealand Football intern and Auckland Football employee are among three Auckland University of Technology students currently enjoying the experience of a lifetime at German football giants FC Bayern Munich. Steph Trowill, Denver MacDonald and Scott Noel Woodford entered

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