Auckland City striker bags a brace on his return from sickening head clash.
Canterbury United Pride's fourth National Women's Football League title sweeter after double round-robin.
Two weeks on from NZ's historic U-17 World Cup run, one of the next crop is set to star in the national league final.
Kiwis go up 3-0 at the Club World Cup, but eventually lose in a penalty shootout.
Team Wellington will have more than just pride and reputation on the line in their Club World Cup eliminator.
The Northern Lights left it late to secure hosting rights for the National Women's Football League final.
The Northern Lights are in, but will they face Canterbury United or Auckland in the National Women's Football League final?
OFC champions Team Wellington beat the new kids on the block, Eastern Suburbs, in heavyweight national league clash.
Mario Ilich's strike helps move Team Wellington to top of national men's football league.
Business as usual for the national football league leaders this weekend.
Hamilton struggled mightily last season, but have kicked off this campaign with two wins.
Rematch of last year's final ends with the same result, tightening things at the top of the NWL table.
Canterbury United Pride have a big lead at the halfway mark of the National Women's Football League.
Sickening head clash leaves Auckland City player with concussion, eight stitches and eye socket fractures.
National league football game stopped for almost an hour after two players left stricken with head injuries.
Late goal helps National Women's League strugglers pip Waikato-Bay of Plenty.
OPINION: For the NZF board to have a proper mandate, they all need to stand for re-election, writes Liam Hyslop.
Deryck Shaw falls on his sword a week after Phillipa Muir's damning report into New Zealand Football.
OPINION: A big announcement is expected from New Zealand Football on Friday, with the president set to fall on his sword.
Canterbury United remain top after weekend off, while three teams are tied for second in the National Women's Football League.