The women's game in the top of the south is set for a major boost after Mainland Football on Friday confirmed that a combined Nelson-Marlborough team will compete in its premier league next year.
Football Ferns striker Rosie White is refreshed and ready for action back with her international team mates in Brazil later this week.
On 19 and 20 Dec Christchurch Football Centre hosts a 7-aside Ethnic Tournament and is inviting men's, women's and youth teams to enter now!
Football South is seeking applicants for an experienced full time Football Development Officer in the South Canterbury region to commence January/ Early February 2016.
The ASB Women’s League playoff places have been finalised with two-time defending champions Mainland Pride securing a chance for a competition three-peat after Sunday’s Round seven action.
The first ever NZ Football Regional Coaching Conference took place at The Lincoln University Conference and Events Centre, Christchurch, on the 14th & 15th of November 2015.
Mainland Pride are one game away from one of their man goals – to go through the season undefeated.
Mainland Football will expand their school's competition for the 2016 seaon, after successfully moving the competition to a Wednesday night in 2015.