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COACHING VACANCY

We are looking for an assistant coach to join our senior women's program for the remainder of the 2021 season, more information HERE.

REGISTRATION

Our registration for U5-U8 girls and boys will remain open all season, and we are still looking for girls U9-U16 and boys U13.
Please get in touch with our coordinator Michael via email – juniors.youth@centralunitedfc.co.nz

JULY SCHOOL HOLIDAY PROGRAMS

Junior football: Monday 12 to Thursday 15 July, 9:00am to 12:00pm at St Peter's College Turf.
Junior futsal: Monday 19 to Thursday 22 July, 9:00am to 12:00pm at Auckland Grammar Turf.
Registration open soon.

CLUB NEWS


COACHING VACANCY | We're looking for an assistant coach to join our senior women's program for the remainder of the 2021 season.ℹ: bit.ly/3cGibH7📧: dof@centralunitedfc.co.nz

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Monday, June 14th, 1:30 pm  ·  

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Central United Football Club
updated their cover photo.
Central United Football Club

Central United Football Club's cover photo

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Monday, June 14th, 1:24 pm  ·  

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MATCH REPORT - Narrow defeat for Central United FCCentral United FC suffered a narrow defeat at Trigg Arena in Kensington after losing to Northland FC 2-1 in the latest round of NRF Women's Championship action on Sunday.Northland FC started the day just five points ahead of United and took the lead just prior to half time when Abby Wright netted for the home side.Central United FC rallied on the hour mark when Danika Chhour equalised to give her side their sixth goal of the season.The comeback only lasted a further six minutes however when Wright popped up with her and Northland FC's second goal, a goal that proved definitive.Elsewhere, Papakura City ascended to top spot after they won 3-1 away at West Auckland while previous league leaders West Coast Rangers slipped to second after a tough 1-1 draw with Hibiscus Coast.City and Rangers remain undefeated after seven rounds and are level on points, City edging matters with a better goal difference.Onehunga Sports kept the pressure up on the top two with a convincing 7-2 win at Bucklands Beach. Birkenhead United earned their first win of the season when they toppled fellow strugglers Manukau United 3-1.Just one point separates the bottom three teams in the league with one of those being Central United FC. OTHER RESULTSWest Coast Rangers 1-1 Hibiscus CoastBucklands Beach 2-7 Onehunga SportsBirkenhead United 3-1 Manukau UnitedWest Auckland 1-3 Papakura CityGraphics: Rosie Grant📷 | Phototek

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Monday, June 14th, 1:23 pm  ·  

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📝 BIG WIN FOR CENTRAL UNITED FC Central United FC enjoyed a 7-3 thrashing of Waiuku to lift themselves further away from the bottom two teams in the latest round of NRF Women's Community Division 2 action.The victory for Phil Parker's team means just one point seperates United from third spot with six teams all vying to catch league leaders Onehunga Mangere United and Northern Rovers Gazelles.Central United FC's next match is at home to Franklin United on 20 June 2021 at St Peters College. Onehunga-Mangere United kept their winning form up with a 3-2 away win over Northern Rovers Swannies. RESULTSCentral United FC 7-3 WaiukuNorth Shore United AUT 2-6 Hibiscus Coast AFCNorthern Rovers Swannies 2-3 Onehunga-Mangere UnitedNorthern Rovers Gazelles 3-1 Waiheke United 🟡🟡#YellowYellow

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Tuesday, June 8th, 3:08 pm  ·  

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M40's CENTRAL UNITED FC STAY TOP FOURCentral United FC M40s have kept in touch with undefeated Eastern Suburbs AFC after a 4-2 thrashing of Bucklands Beach Aces on Saturday. The victory means just three points separates Central United FC from the Lilywhites, Ellerslie AFC and Western Springs. At the other end of the table, Bucklands and Fencibles United Knaves have yet to earn their first points of the season. Central United FC's next big test is a home ground showdown with Western Springs while Eastern Suburbs AFC take on Auckland United Villa. RESULTSSouth Auckland Rangers 3-5 Eastern Suburbs AFC ShamblesAuckland United FC 2-1 Eastern Suburbs AFCWestern Springs 2-0 Fencibles United DiggasBucklands Beach 2-5 Central United FCFencibles United Knaves 1-7 Ellerslie AFC🟡🟡#YellowYellow

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Tuesday, June 1st, 2:16 pm  ·  

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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. Find out more here.

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