Online registrations now open for 2018 season

Online registrations are now open for senior and most junior players wanting to play football for Cambridge FC this year.

NZ Football has introduced a new database system – called MyCOMET – for managing registrations and we thank all members and guardians of youth and junior players for their patience in waiting for the new system to go live.

How to register

Please have your credit card ready to make your online payment. Those registering juniors should make sure they have the correct birthdates for those children.


If you played last year for Cambridge or another NZ-based club, you should have received an email from NZ Football providing you with a COMET ID (username) and Password.

We are aware some people have not received this email. This may be caused by an invalid email address being used previously, or emails bouncing or being filtered to junk/spam files.

To help our club volunteers, WaiBOP Football has set up a dedicated email address to provide you with the information you need. If after checking your junk/spam folders you still can’t find your MyCOMET login details, please email WaiBOP Football Help with the following information – name of player(s) registering, dates of birth, name of current club.

Once you have your username and password, click on the following button to sign in.

Important note: Please be aware that in its terms and conditions our club reserves the right to issue refunds, in whole or part, solely at its discretion and will charge an administration fee of $10 in the event a refund is made.

Click here for our terms and conditions.

Choose the relevant registration option (see guide below for junior grades) and you will then be taken to a payment page. Once payment has been completed you will receive a confirmation email.

If this does not happen, please email Cambridge Football Club.

If you are seeking a transfer from another club, registering with Cambridge FC will automatically begin the transfer process. Contact your appropriate club captain if you require more information.

If player is new to football or did not play last year

To register, you need to click on the Register Now button and select sign up to create a MyCOMET account.

Once signed up, use your username/password to log in and find Cambridge Football Club under the WaiBOP Federation menu. Then follow the above steps to register.

Junior grades

Closing date for registrations will be:

4th – 5th grade players: deadline Monday April 30, 2018

6th – 7th grade players: deadline Sunday April 15, 2018

8th – 13th grade players: registrations have closed but please email Cambridge Football Club to see if we can accommodate a late registration. We’ll do our best to find a suitable team but late registrations depend on availability.

Grades are determined by the calendar year in which children were born.

2014: 4th grade – First Kicks

2013: 5th grade – First Kicks

2012: 6th grade – Fun Football

2011: 7th grade – Fun Football

2010: 8th grade – Fun Football

2010 – U8 Girls – Fun Football

2009: 9th grade – Mini Football

2008: 10th grade – Mini Football

2009, 2008 – U-10 Girls – Mini Football

2007: 11th grade – Mini Football

2006: 12th grade – Mini Football

2007, 2006 – U-12 Girls – Mini Football

2005: 13th grade – Youth Football

2004: 14th grade – Youth Football

Please ensure you have the correct date of birth as this information becomes part of New Zealand Football’s official record of the player and will remain so as they progress through junior, youth and senior football.

Grading days

We will be holding grading days for 8th – 13th/14th Grade on Sunday the 4th and 11th March.

Trial 1 – Sunday March 4
12pm – 1pm – Girls – U-10 grading only
1pm – 2pm – U-8 girls and 8th grade boys – no grading but mini fun football tournament
2pm – 3pm – 9th grade – Players trialling for top two teams only
3pm – 4pm – 10th grade – Players trialling for top two teams only
4pm – 5pm – 11th grade – Players trialling for top two teams only
5pm – 6pm – 12th grade, 13th/14th grade – all players

Trial 2 – Sunday March 11 – ALL PLAYERS
1pm – 2pm – U-12 girls and U-14 girls (if any) – please note these team sizes are the same at 9v9. These grading events replace the boys’ 8th grade session which is no longer required.
2pm – 3pm – 9th grade
3pm – 4pm – 10th grade
4pm – 5pm – 11th grade
5pm – 6pm – 12th grade, 13th/14th grade – all players
5pm – 6pm – Goalkeeper Trials, 9th – 13th/14th Grade including U10 and U12 Girls

Please note: If you wish to trial for one of the top two teams in a grade, but are unable to make one of the trial dates, you can still be considered for one of these teams. Please comment the date you are unavailable in the ‘Notes’ section when you register.

The aim of Cambridge Football Club is to provide quality football opportunities for players of ALL levels and grading is the best way to ensure players are in teams with others of a similar ability; this process helps to ensure your child gets the best from their season.

Top teams
We are committed to having high-level competition teams in every grade. Places in these teams are allocated on ability, and also, importantly, attitude.

If having been placed in one of these teams we feel that a player is struggling or not showing the correct attitude it may, on occasion, be necessary to move them down; equally, players may also be moved into a higher level team if it is felt that they show the required skill level. This is done for the benefit of both the individual player and their team, by trialling for one of the top teams you are agreeing to this policy and accept that any decision made by the club is final.

More information

Our club’s guide to the 2018 junior and youth football season

How to join our Future Reds programme

Trial dates for 2018 youth teams

Our club’s Futsal programme

How you can help our junior players this season

Our 2018 programme for First Kicks (beginners)

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