With the 2015 winter season fast approaching, you will be delighted to hear that the long awaited NZF: Youth Level 3 Coaching Award (YL3CA) is now available and will be rolled out across the country this year.
Another four countries have booked their spots at the FIFA U-20 Football World Cup New Zealand 2015 kicking off on 30 May.
The next wave of top level football coaches are currently in Taupo, expanding and growing their knowledge of the game as part of the Senior Level 3 Coaching Award (SL3CA) being held at Owen Delany Park.
Christchurch City Council is into the final stages of its sports ground upgrade work ahead of the FIFA U-20 World Cup New Zealand 2015.
Football Ferns’ FIFA Women’s World Cup preparations will go up a gear next month on home soil with a tri-series involving two of the world’s top 10 nations confirmed on Sunday.
The Football Ferns claimed their maiden victory over Denmark on Thursday night with a 3-2 come-from-behind victory over the 16th-ranked European side in Belek, Turkey.
Despite being forced to play in driving rain and bitter cold, conditions more reflective of a harsh New Zealand winter than the current scorching summer outlook, Annalie Longo had reason to smile on Tuesday.
The outstanding success of New Zealand athletes and teams on the world stage in 2014 has resulted in 27 finalists being named for six categories at the Halberg Awards - the country’s pre-eminent event to honour and celebrate sporting excellence.
Ten sporting highlights from 2014 have been announced for the New Zealand’s Favourite Sporting Moment Award, the only category voted for by the public at the Halberg Awards.
The Nelson Marlborough Falcons claimed the ASB Youth League crown on Sunday in a thrilling last day of competition around the country.
Nelson Marlborough Falcons take home the National Youth League after winning 5-1 over Team Wellington, while Waitekere drew with Acukland 2-2.