Stop Out have a prime opportunity to claim back the ground they lost to Western Suburbs last weekend when Wairarapa United come to Hutt Park on Saturday. Wairarapa will be without talisman, and goal machine, Paul Ifill who is away

Wairarapa did everything they could to go clear at the top of the Men’s Central League this week, defeating Palmerston North Marist 7-1. Palmerston North have struggled this year, are firmly in the relegation zone and were not helped by

It doesn’t look like anyone can catch Upper Hutt in this year’s W-League. With the competition nearing the half-way stage, Upper Hutt have a 5 point lead, have conceded only two goals, and have scored an incredible 29, including 7

Congratulations to the following players who have been named in the Capital Futsal Youth teams heading to the 2017 Futsal Youth National Championships in Palmerston North (14-16 July).   BOYS   Under 12 Boys U12 ‘A’  U12 ‘Development’  John Attard

The draws for Round Two of both the ISPS Handa Chatham Cup and Women’s Knockout Cup have been completed with a host of intriguing match-ups to look forward to all over the country on Queen’s Birthday Weekend from June 3

Capital Football are offering you the opportunity to complete three Level 2 coaching courses in one intensive day on Sunday 21 May. For those who have completed their Junior or Youth Level 1 Football Coaching Award, this is a chance

Petone FC is a club with a proud history. Three times Chatham Cup winners in their heyday. Today they are rebuilding in Wellington’s second division, Capital Premier. But they gave their club a real shot in the arm on Saturday,

In this month’s Masterclass coaching session, Capital Football brings Scott Hales and Sadie Verity to the Capital Football offices in Petone on Friday 26 May. Scott and Sadie will bring their unique perspectives together to focus on the youth side of

This week’s profile focuses on Katie Barrott, who is currently playing in the W-League for Upper Hutt. Barrott has also been a member of the Capital Football National Women’s League Squad since 2011, making her debut at just 14 years

Top local leagues take a break this weekend for the first round of the ISPS Handa Chatham Cup. The Chatham Cup is football’s most storied trophy, and the early rounds are the Chatham Cup at its best. “Bigger teams” are