Summer Football 2017
JUNIOR LEAGUE (5 a-side) – Wednesdays
4.30pm–5pm: 5-6 years. 5pm–5.30pm: 7-8 years
5.30pm–6pm: 910 years. 6pm–6.45pm: 11-14 years
Starts – Wed 8 Feb 2017 Finishes – Wed 22nd March 2017
ADULT LEAGUE (4 a-side) – Mondays
6.00pm – 7.00pm – Competitive & Social sections, Mixed teams welcome!!
Starts – Mon 6 Feb 2017 Finishes – Mon 20th March 2017
TEAM REGISTRATIONS for all league's close Thursday 2nd Feb 2017
To register 'a team' click here: https://membership.sportstg.com/regoform.cgi?formID=65536
Marlborough Football is looking for a new Football Development Officer.
Expressions of interest are invited for this role. As the team coach, you will be responsible for selecting and coaching the Marlborough Mariners Men’s Representative Team to participate in the Nelson Division 1 competition in 2017.
Trials start Feb 2017 a
The best young players in the country will come together in Wellington over the next five days to take on their counterparts from other regions in the annual National Age Group Tournament.
Monday 30th Jan and Monday 6th Feb 2017.
Trainings will be Mon and Wed for preseason.
All training and trial times 6pm to 7.30pm.
Trials at Saxton fields, Nelson.
A whole week dedicated to celebrating and promoting girls and women’s football in New Zealand!
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