The Canterbury United Pride squad to contend the 2016 National Women's League has been named.
The next stage of the award-winning Whole of Football Plan has now been released in the form of the Youth Framework, .
A whole week dedicated to celebrating and promoting girls and women’s football in New Zealand!
Ferrymead Bays won the 97th edition of the Stadium Cars English Cup in style, dominating Coastal Spirit 4 – nil.
Cashmere Technical crashed out of the National Women’s Knockout Cup, when Forrest Hill-Milford United (FHM)- stacked full of internationals - won their semi-final tie 6 – 0.
New Zealand Football confirmed on Wednesday the 10 participants for an expanded 2016-17 ASB Premiership competition with three new entities joining the country’s top domestic league.
Bowden joins Mainland Football with over 20 years of experience working in various commercial positions including CEO roles over the last 10 years.
Eddie Clark, Mainland Football Board Member since 2010 has been announced as the interim CEO for Mainland Football. The Board will now be looking to employ a permanent CEO.
Over the past 4 years Scorching Goal Football Fund has given kids a football future. This year the aim is to keep kids in the game with 4 new application dates in 2015.
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.
Who knew Canterbury was a futsal powerhouse?
Mainland Futsal became the first team south of Auckland to claim the national men's title last weekend, beating Capital 7-6 in the final.