Yesterday, Wellington City Council put out the press release below, warning of likely disruptions to sportsfield availability given their current state and with more rain forecast. As ever, we will be doing our utmost to try and ensure as many

Wellington Olympic are safe and Palmerston North Marist look certain to be relegated after two key results arranged the cards for the bottom three teams. Olympic travelled to Palmerston North and came home with a vital three points to lift

Newly-crowned champions New Zealand have signed off on the OFC U-19 Women’s Championship in fine style with a convincing 9-0 win over Tonga on the final day of the tournament at Ngahue Reserve in Auckland. Having already secured first place

As we turn into the home straight of the Central League, only two horses remain in the running for the title. Western Suburbs, ahead by a length on 35 points but chased doggedly Wairarapa United who are bailed up on 31

The question posed of Western Suburbs leading into this weekend is “could their kids do it on a cold Saturday in Seaview?” The answer, emphatically, is “yes.” If they don’t lose too many players to university later this winter, Western

Just four Central League teams remain in the Chatham Cup Round of 16. Two of those teams are still head to head in contention to win the League title, while the other two have only the Cup left to play

New Zealand coach Leon Birnie has named an exciting squad to contest the OFC U-16 Championship in Samoa next month. Among the 18-strong squad are Wellington United midfielders, Maya Hahn and Maggie Jenkins. The tournament, which will be staged from

July’s Masterclass coaching session sees Jose Figueira present on Creating and Evolving your Football Philosophy and Positional Play at Capital Football on Friday 28 June. Jose is currently the Head Coach of Team Wellington, who this year won the National League Title against Auckland City

This week, 10 teams from the Capital Football region will join another 49 teams from around New Zealand at the 2017 New Zealand Football National Youth Futsal Championships in Palmerston North. With more than 700 players competing, the seventh edition

Western Suburbs continue to lay waste to all comers, making short work of Wellington United at Newtown Park with a comfortable 2-0 win. Wests dominated proceedings from start to finish and, except for a brief period just after half time,