Cambridge junior, youth and senior teams will be in action this weekend, providing the Waikato remains at Alert Level 2.
Level 2 guidelines restrict gatherings to a maximum of 100, meaning each game should be watched by no more than 100 on the sidelines (a gathering does not include players, officials and coaching group).
Spectators should not mingle with those attending games at adjacent pitches, under the guidelines, and spectators should maintain physical distancing of at least two metres.
We also ask all visitors to our grounds to log in to NZ Football’s contact tracing system, iDMe, or by scanning the QR code poster for the government’s contact tracing app.
Here’s what’s in store for Cambridge supporters this weekend (August 22-23):
Lotto NRFL second division
Cambridge’s Northern League double header against Auckland club Papatoetoe has been postponed due to the level 3 lockdown preventing travel between our regions.
On Saturday, Cambridge host Waikato Unicol at John Kerkhof Park in the WaiBOP Championship (kick off 2.45pm).
After a string of five draws in their last seven outings, Cambridge will try again to take all three points.
Waikato Senior Men’s
In Waikato Division 2, Cambridge travel to Melville United’s Galloway Park for a 2.45pm fixture.
Third-placed Cambridge will be looking to bounce back from last weekend’s 3-2 loss to Ngaruawahia United so they can chase current leaders Hamilton Wanderers and St Paul’s Corinthians.
In Waikato Division 5, Cambridge D1s are at home to Northern United’s Numpties (12.30pm).
The D2s head to Hamilton’s Bremworth Park where they’ll play West Hamilton United. The match starts at 12.30pm.
Sunday – Women’s Waikato Division 2
Second-placed Cambridge will host third-placed Te Awamutu at John Kerkhof Park, kicking off at 11am.
Whichever side wins this derby will be best placed to catch current competition leaders Thames.
Sunday – Youth teams
Our U-14s travel to Melville United (11.00am) in the WaiBOP Federation Y-League.
Our U-12s head to Raymond Park to meet Hamilton Wanderers (10am) in the WaiBOP Federation J-League.
Our club provides a choice of contact tracing systems – you can use either or both:
Scan the QR code poster for the government’s contact tracing app.
Log in to the web-based iDMe system used by NZ Football and clubs throughout the country.
To use the iDMe contact tracing system, in line with New Zealand Football guidelines for helping combat the risk of infection from COVID-19, we ask our members, players and visitors – including those from visiting clubs – to manually log-in using our unique venue code for John Kerkhof Park which is P-E-S-F-D.
If using our pitch at the Cambridge Athletics Ground, key in the code S-C-E-C-W.
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 car park spaces marked reserved as these will be used by volunteers needing to work in our clubrooms (including caterers, bar, committee members). Thanks.