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 – 6.45pm
Starts – Mon 6 Feb 2017 Finishes – Mon 20th March 2017
TEAM REGISTRATIONS NOW CLOSED.
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A whole week dedicated to celebrating and promoting girls and women’s football in New Zealand!
A trip to the FIFA Club World Cup could be in store for JD Dennen after he was named as the Mainland Football regional winner of the 2016 McDonald’s Junior Football Coach of the Year competition.
New Zealand Football confirmed on Wednesday the 10 participants for an expanded 2016-17 ASB Premiership competition with three new entities joining the country’s top domestic league.
The NZCT South Island Masters Games is a 9 day festival of sport from 26 September – 4 October 2015 in Nelson.
Who knew Canterbury was a futsal powerhouse?
Mainland Futsal became the first team south of Auckland to claim the national men's title last weekend, beating Capital 7-6 in the final.
Parents play a critical role in their child’s soccer development, but have you ever really examined whether you’re supporting your player’s development or hindering it? How can you support and encourage your child without getting in the way?
WHEN I first met him prior to the start of last season, Mainland Pride coach Gareth Turnbull said something that has stuck with me ever since: “The plan was to win it in year two.” He was talking to me because I was working on a feature as part of my journalis
Mainland Futsal are the 2014 Futsal National League champions after Sunday's dramatic 7-6 final win over Capital Futsal at the ASB Stadium in Kohimarama.
Mainland Pride secured back-to-back ASB Women’s League titles on Sunday with a 3-1 win over the New Zealand Development side at ASB Football Park.
The Football Ferns preparations for the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup took a step up on Wednesday as Tony Readings named his squad for a three-match tour of France and Norway later this month.
Over a 120 players from Mainland Football and Football South recently attended the New Zealand Football’s National Training Camp in Oamaru last week.