Top women’s football comes to Cambridge this Sunday (November 15) when the WaiBOP team hosts national champions Canterbury United Pride.
The game kicks off at noon at John Kerkhof Park.
It’s the second game of the season for WaiBOP in the ISPS Handa Women’s Premiership, and they’ll be looking to build on their 2-2 draw at Central last weekend.
This year’s Premiership is a one-round competition, followed by play-offs and a grand final.
Cambridge has one player in this year’s WaiBOP squad, goalkeeper Aimee Feinberg-Danielli who made her debut last weekend.
The teenager completed her first year of senior football this year, playing for Cambridge’s women’s team.
- Cambridge will host its second Premiership game (WaiBOP v Northern Lights) on Sunday November 29 (2pm).
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.
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.