Fun fact: Of the 37 teams still competing in the 2017 ASFA Season, only 1 was playing their 12th league game of the season last week (week 12). We still have 4 teams that have only played 8 games, and 1 who has only played 6 league games all season.
Well, this won't take long will it? 14 of the 18 games scheduled will need to be replayed at a later date, due to field closures (always a great relief to the varsity teams, when this happens during the holidays... clearly their rain dance worked!).
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First up, congratulations to HNK Auckland for making it 10 out of 10 and securing promotion to the Championship. I'm sure there will be a number of teams looking forward to hosting them next season, assuming they're still in that division. United FC this year, much like Auckland Wanderers last
The Deadline for player transfer is Midnight 30th June 2017
No registration of any Auckland-based player currently registered in or out of the ASFA will be permitted
Players who have moved to Auckland from more than 100 kms away, including overseas players, may be added to your squad, as may players not
100 goals scored in seventeen games equals an average of over 5 goals a fixture across our five leagues. Once again, Viti FC helped boost this average (and their jaw-dropping goal difference) by scoring 13 against Auckland Unicorns in League 2. But there were also BIG wins for KTB, HNK
After a couple of weeks of cup and catch up games, Sunday saw the second half of the 2017 ASFA season get back into full swing with 15 games resulting in 71 more goals being scored across all five divisions. Before I provide a summary of the results from last Sunday,
The defending ASFA Premiership Champions and 2017 Charity Shield winners, The Patriot FC, have been forced to withdraw from all ASFA Competitions, with immediate effect.
The results, post 2017 Charity Shield have been expunged and the updated table has been posted onto the ASFA Facebook page. It will be updated on
In theory, Sunday represented the half way mark in the 2017 ASFA Season, and a chance for each team to reflect upon having now played every other team in their league. From next week onwards, teams who felt like they "shoulda", "coulda" or "woulda' beaten their opponents get the chance
Firstly, i'll start with an acknowledgement to all our mothers, especially those who drove us to football as kids and continue to enquire as to whether we won, lost, scored or played well at the weekend. Clearly, going by the number of postponements recorded at the weekend, some of our ASFA
Another week, and another 87 goals to add to the goals scored columns on our 5 ASFA leagues, 10 of which came in one match alone (and, for the first time this season, it didn't involve Viti FC).
In the Premiership, the Volcanoes upset the defending champions The Patriots with a