HNK Auckland promoted!

Congratulations to HNK Auckland for being the first ASFA team to secure promotion, with four games to spare! 10 games, 10 wins, 50 goals scored, 6 conceded… The Championship awaits in 2018! (The Premiership in 2019?) I’m sure you’re taking it one game at a time, starting this Sunday in the Cup…  

Round 3 Round Up

Auckland Wanderers have double cause to celebrate this evening, having not only secure their spot into the second round of the Chatham Cup (3-1 win), but also maintained their place at the summit of the Premiership, albeit only on goal difference from Zamantix Rovers who defeated Independiente 2-1 this afternoon at Billy McKinley Park. Wanderers…

The Magic of the Cup

Massive congratulations to both Auckland Wanderers and Kiwi True Blues, both of whom will be in the draw for the next round of the 2017 ISPS Handa Chatham Cup, having both knocked out Saturday league teams from the Waikato region on their first ever appearance in NZ football’s showpiece knockout competition… ASFA Premiership leaders Auckland…

Chatham Cup Draw

The preliminary round draw has been made for this year’s Chatham Cup. check out the link below for more details: Preliminary round draw announced best of luck to all the ASFA teams entered!

Week 2 – Round Up!

Okay, so it may be wednesday, but better late than never… here’s a quick review of the results from last sunday, week two of the season. The premier division has a new team on the top, with Auckland Wanderers gaining revenge on the  team that recently beat them in the season-opening Charity Shield fixture. Their…

THE PATRIOT WIN THE CHARITY SHIELD

Congratulations to last year’s Premiership winners, the Patriot, for getting their hands on the ASFA Charity Shield, following this afternoon’s hard fought 2-1 victory at Parrs Park.  Match report and pictures to follow

KTB TAKE HOME THE COMMUNITY PLATE

Congratulations to Kiwi True Blues FC, last year’s League 1 winners, for securing the first official ASFA trophy of the 2017 season, defeating the University of Auckland Reserves 4-1 at Parrs Park. Based on this performance, they’re clearly going to be one of the teams to watch in the Championship.