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.
After winning the 2013 ASB Chatham Cup title, Cashmere Technical have been playing the 2014 season with an additional target on their back, one that comes with the mantle of national knockout champions.
World's leading football conditioning coach, Raymond Verheijen, is coming to Christchurch in October and you can learn, listen and be inspired at one of 3 events.
Mainland Football, including District Branches, and Football South have once again teamed up to provide over a thousand young football players with the opportunity to represent their province at the South Island Tournament.
The Junior Football Ferns made history on Thursday, becoming the first New Zealand women’s AGE-GROUP side to qualify for the knockout stages of a FIFA tournament.
Cashmere Technical travel far up North for their Chatham Cup Semi Final game, while Halswell travel up North to save their last point. In Christchurch a massive relegation battle between University and Nomads.