The annual season-finale pilgrimage out west to Parr's Park, home of Oratia United AFC is only a couple of weeks away and we'd like to remind all our members and supporters that this occasion is open to all and also doubles as our annual prize-giving event.
This year's cup and plate
Laszlo Fristaczki, the man behind LaasBall and the LaasGoal, first landed in Auckland in 2002, and has been a valued friend of the ASFA since volunteering to help with the family football fiesta organised as a part of our 40th anniversary in 2015. Like most Hungarians, Laszlo LOVES football!
As some of you will have noticed, Rich (aka the Doc) is currently struggling to find the hour or two he needs during the week to produce his weekly round up.
What he would really like to see is the official ASFA home page being used by clubs looking to promote
Firstly, a quick reminder that there are no league games scheduled for Easter Sunday, but that we do have a number of teams involved in Chatham Cup action over the easter-ANZAC day break. A great chance for team's not involved to go and show there support for the ASFA (and
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Welcome to the first installment of "The Weekend that Was!", my weekly review of the ASFA fixtures, inspired by D&G's "the week that was" segment on Radio Sport every friday night.
i'd like to start this post by publicly acknowledging all the hard work that has been put in behind the
Laszlo Fristaczki, the man behind LaasBall and the LaasGoal, first landed in Auckland in 2002, and has been a valued friend of the ASFA since participating in the family football fiesta organised as a part of our 40th anniversary in 2015. Like most Hungarians, Laszlo LOVES football!
In 2017, Laszlo kindly
I trust that everyone reading this week's review has now seen or at least heard about the goals scored in this year's Champions League Final between Real Madrid and Liverpool. I'm sure that all the goalkeepers could sympathise with what happened in Kiev, whilst all the strikers arrived at their
Seventeen games were played on Sunday May 6th, with those in the new-look League 1 playing their first full round of fixtures. 109 goals scored/conceded, but no one scored/conceded double figures for the first time this season.
In the Premiership, the match of the day occured on Michael's Ave 3 with