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πŸ†CUP FEVER GRIPS CENTRAL UNITED!!!This weekend Central United FC are absorbed in Cup action with six teams involved and our men's NRF Championship side under Paul Posa taking on Papakura City at McLennan Park on Saturday at 5pm. For a full rundown of how we contest these fixtures see the graphic below.πŸŸ‘πŸ”΅#StrengthInUnity

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Friday, May 20th, 9:13 pm  ·  

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BIRTHDAY WISHES πŸŽ‚ | Wishing a very happy birthday to club secretary Ivy Vela. Ivy is the longest serving club secretary in Central United's history. This is her 26th straight year in the position after assuming the role in 1997. She was made a Life Member of the club in 2011. She also received a Long Service Award from Auckland Football Federation now Northern Region Football in 2009 to recognise her contribution to the local football community. She was also named AFF Club Administrator of the Year in 2006 while Sport Auckland awarded her a Service to Sport Award in 2007. One of the quiet achievers at our club over the past three decades she has certainly left an indelible mark at Kiwitea Street and on the local football community. Many a coach, player, administrator and supporter will have benefitted from the support Ivy has provided them over the years. Happy Birthday Ivy! You do so much to keep our club ticking and we greatly appreciate your contribution to our club.#YellowYellow #ClubLegend

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Thursday, May 19th, 6:10 pm  ·  

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πŸ† CHATHAM CUP DRAW - Central United FC face NgongotahaCentral United FC have gained a nostalgic draw in the Chatham Cup second round after today's draw held at North Harbour by New Zealand Football.Paul Posa's team ousted Lotto NRFL 1st Division side Waitemata FC 3-1 at Kiwitea Street in the first round and now ready themselves for the visit to Rotorua to a club which holds many memories for long time fans of facts and figures.Ngongotaha, known as 'The Villagers', sit 7th out of ten clubs in the WaiBOP Premiership, but have enjoyed a fairytale run in the tournament when they reached the last 16 in 2014.Both Central United FC and Ngongotaha were formed in the 1960s and have played each other six times with wins shared two each with two draws. They first met in 1985 with Central United FC winning 1-0 and the teams sharing a 2-2 draw. In 1986, Central United and Ngongotaha each enjoyed victories with United prevailing 2-1 and Ngongotaha winning the other encounter, 3-1.A year later, Ngongotaha edged the rivalry with a 3-1 win and a 0-0 draw.The two clubs have never met in the Chatham Cup. πŸ“· | PhototekπŸŸ‘πŸ”΅#StrengthInUnity The Chatham Cup draw in full.NORTHERN REGIONManurewa AFC vs Birkenhead United AFCNorth Shore United AFC vs Cambridge FCClaudelands Rovers SC vs Papamoa FC IncWinner of Franklin United vs Oratia United vs Melville Utd AFCWest Coast Rangers FC vs Waiheke United AFCAuckland City FC vs Albany United FCSperm Whales FC vs Metro FCHamilton Wanderers vs Takapuna AFCAuckland United FC vs West Hamilton Utd FCWest Auckland AFC vs Bucklands Beach AFCMt Albert Ponsonby AFC vs Eastern Suburbs AFCNgongotaha AFC vs Central United FCTaupo AFC vs Bay Olympic FCFencibles United AFC vs Northern Rovers FCWestern Springs AFC vs Manukau United FCEast Coast Bays AFC vs Tauranga City AFCCENTRAL REGIONWaterside Karori vs Miramar Rangers AFCPetone FC vs Napier City Rovers AFCPN Marist FC vs Island Bay United AFCUpper Hutt City Football vs Wellington Marist AFCWhanganui Athletic vs Wellington OlympicLower Hutt City AFC vs Wellington UnitedTawa AFC vs Western SuburbsWainuiomata AFC vs North Wellington FCSOUTHERN REGIONFC Nelson vs Nelson Suburbs FCFerrymead Bays FC vs Christchurch UtdParklands United vs Coastal SpiritCashmere Technical vs Selwyn United FCDunedin City Royals FC vs Queenstown AFCRoslyn Wakari AFC vs Mosgiel AFCOtago University AFC vs Green Island AFCQueens Park AFC vs Northern AFC

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Tuesday, May 17th, 7:00 pm  ·  

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πŸ“ RESULTSCentral United FC results from the weekend of May 14-15, 2002. Impressive wins for the Men's Division 1 and 8 teams while there were defeats for the Women's Championship reserves at Hibiscus Coast and the Men's NRF Vets Division 2 teams. The Chatham Cup dream still alive! πŸŸ‘πŸ”΅#StrengthInUnity

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Tuesday, May 17th, 2:33 am  ·  

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πŸ“ MATCH REPORT - Central United FC 3-1 Waitemata FCCentral United FC's Chatham Cup run gathered momentum after Paul Posa's team toppled Lotto NRFL side Waitemata FC out of the tournament at Kiwitea Street today.The NRF Championship side came into the match off a recent league defeat to Papatoetoe but there was no sign of any hangover from that loss as United set about their task.The visitors enjoyed early dominance but couldn't find a breakthrough which allowed Sam Lloyd to bag a shock opener on 38 minutes.Matt Guthrie headed home from a corner on the hour mark to double the lead but Waitemata FC found a lifelife when Phoenix Silver scored two minutes later.Lloyd turned hero for the home side when he grabbed his second to re-establish Central United FC's two goal buffer, a crucial moment that secured a memorable win.Central United FC now go into the hat for the Chatham Cup 2nd Round draw expected to be made next week.Match ResultChatham Cup 1st RoundSunday 15 May 2022Central United FC 3 (Sam LLOYD 38', 70', Matt GUTHRIE 60')Waitemata FC 1 (Phoenix SILVER 62')HT: 1-0.CU: Dowsett (GK), Lazarus, Guthrie, McGregor, M. Ishigaki, Backman, Lloyd, Ruffel (c), Metzger, James, J. Ishigaki.SUBS: Busch (GK), Carney, Posa, Dan-Tyrell, Dow.COACH: Paul Posa.ASSISTANT: Mark O'Donnell.πŸŸ‘πŸ”΅#StrengthInUnity

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Sunday, May 15th, 3:54 pm  ·  

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PLAYER DEVELOPMENT

Full details on our player development programs can be see here. These programs run all year round for children aged 7 to 12.

About Central United FC

Central United FC is a football club of over 600 members located in the central Auckland suburb of Sandringham. Catering for all ages from 5 years old, the club strives to create anΒ environment where the players can develop, express themselves and compete to the highest standard within their respective competition.

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 Street is also the base for Auckland City FC which plays in the New Zealand Football National League.Β Find out more here.

APRIL HOLIDAY FOOTBALL: 26 to 29 April
2022 SEASON REGISTRATIONS OPEN
TERM 2 SKILLS CENTRES: 2 May to 6 July
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