Due to extenuating circumstances we have re-opened the vacancy for a two week period.
Mainland Football is committed to growing the quality of female football across the Federation & therefore the Mainland Pride Head Coach will play a vital role within th
Tuesday 19 May, 2015
World Cup journey begins for Fernswhere they’ll complete the last phase of their pre-FIFA Women’s World Cup preparation with Sunday’s match against world champions on Sunday.
Speaking shortly before the team jetted out from Auckland In
The Robbie’s Premier’s League reaches the halfway stage of the season on Saturday with keys games at either end of the table. Leaders Cashmere Technical travel north to face second placed Nelson Suburbs at Saxton Field. At ASB Football Park in a vital game to
Christchurch was one of two centres chosen to host this amazing opportunity for Junior Coaching Development.
With leader’s Cashmere Technical win and all their closest rival dropping points Technical have increased their lead at the top of the Robbie’s Premier League to nine points, after defeating Universities 2 - 0. Christchurch United climbed off the bot
Mainland Football and FIFA strive to fair play on and off the field. By introducing Keep it [+] last year Mainland Football believes kids deserve a safe and enjoyable environment to be involved.
Fifteen keen All Stars, managed by Ben Sigmund, are taking on the battle with St Thomas's first evelen in a warm up game for the FIFA U-20 World Cup, starting in 15 days.
Christchurch City Council and FIFA officially opened the upgraded training fields to be used by the visiting teams to Christchurch for their training leading up to the FIFA U-20 World Cup 2015.