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

posted in: Men, News, Northern League, Women, Youth

Cambridge’s top three men’s teams all travel for this weekend’s games while four matches will take place at John Kerkhof Park.

All Cambridge FC senior teams will observe a minute’s silence before kick-off and wear black armbands to acknowledge the death of Pat Beeney, mother of reserves team manager Des and mother-in-law of our bar manager Krisdel. Our club sends its condolences to the Beeney family.

Here’s where our senior teams are playing this weekend:

Lotto NRFL second division

The Reds will play a double header on Saturday on the artificial turf of Auckland’s Bill McKinlay Park against Uni-Mount Bohemian Celtic.

Their opponents were promoted to the Northern League last year and derive from Mount Wellington, one of New Zealand’s most successful clubs and former national champions.

The main game is at 2.30pm while the clubs’ reserves team play the curtain-raiser at 12.00pm.

Please note these kick-off times are 30 minutes earlier than usual.

Travelling supporters

Here’s where you’ll find Bill McKinlay Park if you want to support the Reds:

WaiBOP Championship

Cambridge’s championship side will be looking to bounce back after last weekend’s 6-3 loss to Claudelands Rovers with a match at Tauranga Blue Rovers. The match starts at 12.30pm.

Waikato Division 3

Cambridge D1s host Matamata Swifts’ third team at John Kerkhof Park, kicking off at 12.30pm.

Waikato Division 4

The D2s are also at home, facing Tokoroa Rezzienation in a match that starts at 12.30pm.

Sunday – Women’s Waikato Division 1

Cambridge host Tokoroa at John Kerkhof Park, starting at 11am.

Sunday – WaiBOP Federation Youth/Junior Leagues

The Cambridge U-12s host Tauranga Blue Rovers in the WaiBOP Federation J-League, kicking off at 11am.


Please be aware of the development taking place opposite our junior grounds in Vogel St. Contractors are likely to be moving heavy vehicles to and from the site and we ask our visitors to be careful when parking on the street or crossing the road to our club.


Notice to visitors

Please be aware our grounds and clubrooms are 100% smoke-free and council bylaws forbid visitors from bringing dogs to our grounds.

We ask visitors to not park in the carpark spaces marked reserved as these will be used by volunteers needing to work in our clubrooms (including caterers, bar, committee members). Thanks.

Click here for more information about our grounds.