Mainland Pride will defend their title next Sunday 7 Dec 1pm at ASB Football Park when they take on either NZ Development or Capital in the ASB Women's League Grande Final.
The top three playoff places are set after Sunday’s seventh and final round of the ASB Women’s League as Mainland Pride, NZ Development and Capital Football secured berths in the second phase of the competition.
Mainland Pride will host the final of the national women's football league after dispatching Football South 4-0 at ASB Football Park yesterday.
New Zealand Football is seeking applications for a Women’s Age Group Head Coach to oversee both the Women’s U-20 and the Women’s U-17 national team programmes.
Nelson Suburbs have announced that Davor Tavich is joining their coaching ranks and will take the helm of their Mainland Premier League team alongside Ben Wright.
The Mainland Pride and Canterbury United both have home games on Sunday, forming a contrasting double bill at different stages of their respective seasons.
Following the recent call for elections under its new statutes, New Zealand Football confirmed on Friday 10 candidates for four vacant places on its Executive Committee.
With federations currently preparing their assault on Series Three of the Futsal National League in December, their task is being helped by the Technical Study reports made available after each Series.