Innovative scheme makes it easy to qualify as Community Referee

WaiBOP Football are promoting an innovative scheme to encourage more new referees. It is now possible to complete the entire Community Referee course online, including the content and test. Rather than sitting through a three-hour course, participants can gain accreditation … Read More

What’s in store for our senior and youth teams over Easter weekend

Most of Cambridge’s senior and youth teams have Easter weekend off but you can still watch four sides in action. On Good Friday, Northern League football comes to John Kerkhof Park again while our WaiBOP Championship squad play at home … Read More

Cambridge shaded in tight U-13 boys’ youth league match with Melville

Cambridge’s U-13 boys narrowly lost an end-to-end match 4-3 against Melville United in the WaiBOP Federation’s Youth League. Playing at John Kerkhof Park, Cambridge took the lead in the 4th minute through striker Blake Taylor but then conceded goals to … Read More

Here’s how we’ll help you learn to become a qualified junior coach

If you’ve ever wanted to help our kids become better footballers, here’s your chance. Cambridge FC is set to host two evening sessions to help new coaches build their skills and confidence with junior players. The sessions are being put … Read More

Four Cambridge players shortlisted for WaiBOP awards

Four Cambridge players have been shortlisted for this year’s WaiBOP Football Player of the Year awards. They are: Jen Hull – Waikato Women’s A League Willem Dikmans – Loaded WaiBOP Championship Nathan Murray – U-13 Boys’ Federation League George Anthony … Read More

Eight Cambridge coaches nominated for national Junior Coach of the Year

Eight Cambridge coaches have been nominated for the national McDonald’s Junior Football Coach of the Year competition. They are among the 131 junior coaches nominated within the WaiBOP Football Federation region, one of seven regions taking part in the national … Read More

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