National Talent Centre

Talented footballers within New Zealand have a clear pathway on which to develop, from Skill Centres at the junior ages, through to Federation and National Talent Centres and the national teams.

High performing players within the Federation Talent Centre programmes are invited to attend National Talent Centres throughout the country, with Capital Football players attending the centre in Masterton, where they receive coaching specifically designed around the New Zealand Football playing philosophy.

The 2016 National Talent Centre representatives from the Capital Football region are:

GIRLS BOYS
2000 

  • Grace McRobie
  • Elizabeth Crowe
  • Emma Lavery
  • Topaz Lloyd-Saunders

2001 

  • Danielle Turton
  • Sydnie Williams
  • Danielle Ohlsson
  • Megan Hays
  • Haleigh Wardlaw
  • Georgia Nairne
  • Helena Newport
  • Aleida Powell (GK)
  • Nicole Dalley (GK)

2002

  • Charlotte Wilford-Carroll
  • Caelin Patterson
  • Zoe Barrott
  • Michelle Bgoni
  • Macey Caughley
  • Olivia Gibbs

2003

  • Tallulah Nemet-Sargent
  • Jess Jenkins
  • Amanda Parlane
  • Sam Woolley
  • Sam Whyte
  • Jemma Catherwood
  • Molly Simons (GK)
  • Ariana Gray (GK)
 2001 

  • Euan McDowall
  • Thomas Joe-Mcindoe
  • Matthew Hickling
  • Grant Baker
  • Benjamin Waine
  • Sean Lane-Turnbull
  • Lachlan Fay
  • Ghattas Farah
  • Jack Wylie
  • Thomas Raimbault
  • Samuel Adams
  • Connor Maxwell (GK)
  • Zachary Dean (GK)
  • Gabe Cooper (GK)

2002

  • Eric Gromme
  • Jamaya Shearer
  • Liam Barclay
  • Lachlan Patchell
  • Ramsey Eduardo Montilla Tawngdee
  • Cameron Healy
  • Cameron Glen
  • Jesse Randall
  • Corey Jones
  • Matthew Braddock
  • Tyler Hornsby
  • Brandon Turner
  • Jack Ritchie

2003

  • Liam Cameron
  • Max Falconer
  • Dan McKay
  • James Martin
  • Luca van Dillen
  • Matthew Henry
  • Ethan Krivan-Hall
  • Jackson Manuel
  • Nathan Simes
  • Luke Piper
  • Aidan Rodrigues
  • Davind Tor
  • Barker Carrol (GK)
  • Adam Trott (GK)