Premier League wraps up

In the men’s league the battle lines were drawn with both sides hoping to secure victory for their loyal fans.Those fans witnessed one of the toughest matches of the season as both sides were well matched in attack and…

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Vahirua ends on a high

Now, having hit the self-described pinnacle of his playing career, 33-year-old Marama Vahirua is hanging up his boots and returning to Tahiti.The Confederations Cup marked the Toa Aito’s first appearance in a senior FIFA tournament, and was also Vahirua’s…

Priestman, a former women’s development manager for New Zealand Football, arrived in the country five years ago to take up the role of NZF regional coach development coordinator (RCDC) based in Wellington, before taking a similar role in Auckland.The…

“Success is no accident. It is hard work, perseverance, learning, studying and sacrifice, but most of all love of what you are doing or learning to do.”This is an old adage made famous by former Brazil international Pele which…

Auckland Football Federation, with the endorsement of New Zealand Football, is giving coaches the opportunity to learn more about Verheijen and his coaching style next month when the Dutch professional football expert heads Down Under to host its next…

Eight schools around the country will be piloting the programme in which students can gain credits towards NCEA Level 1, with Queen’s High School in Dunedin the first to roll out the Sport in Education project.Organising lesson plans and…

Don’t panic, the fields aren’t being re-marked nor are teams being sabotaged. The vanishing spray is actually part of a trial being conducted by referees at FIFA’s top youth event.The spray is aimed at giving match officials the opportunity…