5 Christchurch clubs have been presented with a trophy for their 1 STAR accreditiation for Quality Club Mark.
New Zealand Football announced on Tuesday the 2014 ASB Cup Finals will be played at QBE Stadium in Albany on Sunday 7 September.
University secured their biggest win of the season to retain their Robbie's Premier League status when over running Coastal Spirit 6 - 2 in the final round.
New Zealand Football has moved to reinforce the ASB Premiership’s place in the pathway towards international football with the 2014-15 competition structure announced on Friday.
Congratulations to Cashmere Technical for winning back to back titles after defeating University on Tuesday. On Saturday the relegation battle continues and top 2 WPL meet.
October 2014 will see the next phase of the New Zealand Football Talent player pathway rolled out across the Federation either in clubs or with clubs working together to develop clusters in their area.
New Zealand Football is pleased to announce registration is now open for the Senior Level 3 Coaching Award in Taupo in 2015.
The history-making Junior Football Ferns’ FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup campaign came to an end at the quarter-final stage on Monday.
Cashmere Technical become the first Christchurch side to reach back to back ASB Chatham Cup Finals since Christchurch United in the early 1990's after defeating Onehunga Sport 4 - nil in Auckland on Saturday.
Having made history once already at the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup in Canada this week, the Junior Football Ferns will set about repeating the dose in today’s quarter-final clash with Nigeria in Moncton.
Defending ASB Chatham Cup champions Cashmere Technical sealed a spot in their second consecutive national knockout cup final on Saturday.