COVID-19 & Football Updates
New Zealand Football has made the decision to postpone the start of the football season until at least 2 May.
Central United FC will be following all recommendations from New Zealand Football and will be suspending all football activities with immediate effect until further notice.
A message from our President, Ivan Vuksich:
Nobody wanted to see the football season delayed, but given the realities presented by Covid-19, and following Government recommendations and those of New Zealand Football, we feel this is the right decision. There is a lot of uncertainty in society right now and while football is clearly important to our community, it is not the most important thing. The most important things are family, friends and loved ones, and making sure everyone in society is safe. Like everybody else right now we’re focused on doing everything we can to play our part in preventing the spread of Covid-19.
nzfootball.co.nz/covid19 has information for players and organisations, and links to official advice. This page will be updated continually.
- COVID-19 UpdateAll Community Football in Auckland & Northland Postponed until 2nd May 2020 ..read more
- Junior Games SessionWe will be running junior games sessions on the below dates. These will be used to place children into teams for the season, as well as gets the kids some game time on the grass. ..read more
- Juniors Open DayGet down to Kiwitea Street on Saturday 22 February for our Juniors Open Day. Bring along your friends and get out on the grass for some small-sided games of football. ..read more
2020 season information
Registrations close: 20 March 2020
Juniors (5-12 years): 2 May (in-house and AFF leagues)
Youth (13-17 years): 4 April - postponed until 2 May
Seniors (18+): 4 April - postponed until 2 May
Junior U9-U12 Pre-season Games: - postponed until further notice
We will be running junior games sessions on the below dates. These will be used to place children into teams for the season, as well as gets the kids some game time on the grass. Please complete the club registration before attending these games
About Central United FC
Central United FC is a football club of over 800 members located in the central Auckland suburb of Sandringham. Catering for all ages from 5 years old, the club strives to achieve excellence at all levels.
It is one of the most successful clubs in New Zealand having won a number of Chatham Cups, National League and Northern Regional titles.
Central United's home field at Kiwitea St is also the base for Auckland City FC which plays in the National ISPS Handa Premiership.
NRFL Premier Men
AFF/NFF Conference Women