ASFA is happy to promote the...
Wax Eye Sports and Preforming Arts Trust Inc
11- a side Summer League 2018-19
When: Sunday October/November Start with a Christmas Break
Where: West Auckland Entry fee: $400.00
Team Sponsorship package: (Team naming rights):
$3300.00 (including playing strip no menswear and entry fee)
Independiente's fourth win of the season, a 3-1 win against Auckland Volcanoes, means that they will be playing Premiership football once again next season, at the expense of Auckland Wanderers, who will be looking to re-group and join AUT FC 1 in a fight for the 2019 Championship title in
The five or six people that read my weekly diagnosis will recall that I predicted that Waitakere Rangers and Albany Green Machine would both be celebrating come the end of the final game of the League 2 season last week. All they teams needed to do to ensure they finished
A few weeks ago I promised League 2's Albany Green Machine that, if they won their cup Semi-Final, I would start my weekly round up by acknowledging this feat, and congratulating them on their efforts. So, being a man of my word, that is exactly what I plan to do...
Congratulations to Kiwi True Blues, the 2017 Championship winners and now the 2018 ASFA Premiership champions!
Internationale's 2-2 draw with Auckland Wanderers mean's that KTB can no longer be caught, regardless of the outcome of the remaining fixtures. Zamantix Force's 8-0 win over AUT FC puts them into second spot, whilst
Congratulations to the Old Fellas for their successful defence of the Master Over 35s Conference, and for HNK Auckland and Dalian FC for being the first two teams to secure promotion to the Premiership and Championship respectively.
It was a high stakes, high-scoring, round in the Premiership, with 25 goals scored
Apologies once again for making you wait for this week's round up. Going by the emails and online messages, I think some people occasionally forget that we're all volunteers doing this for the love of the game. We all lead increasingly busy lives, seven days a week. Sunday is no
Wet wasn't it?! Amazingly, there were 10 games that managed to beat the weather gods and get to the end.
All four Premiership games were either postponded or abandoned due to the conditions, despite three of them being played on Artificial Turf. This coming weekend sees first host third, second hosts
This time next week, the global game will have new World Champions. Will it by the French, the Belgians, the Croats or the English that are celebrating at 5am next monday morning? is football really coming home, or are the English fans going to be left dissapointed once again? I'm
Apologies for the late submission of this round up, but apparently the one written and posted late on sunday evening (the one written below) failed to actually load up as expected. I've only just noticed the error, having decided to share an article that I have been asked to write