Here’s your guide to this weekend’s fixtures — and all on one page

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The start of the 2022 Women’s National League provides spectators with live local action as well as the conclusion of the NRF Men’s Championship title race.

For those who follow our national teams, the New Zealand side goes into the knockout stages of the OFC U-19 Championship in Tahiti, while the Futsal Whites continue their campaign at the OFC Futsal Cup in Fiji.

Here’s your football action for the weekend of September 16-18:

Game to be played Friday September 16, 2022

OFC Futsal Cup

Tournament being played in Suva, Fiji

Click here for our coverage of the OFC Futsal Cup >>>>

New Zealand v Tonga
September 16, 3.30pm (NZT)

Games to be played Saturday September 17, 2022

Women’s National League

Capital Football v Eastern Suburbs
Petone Memorial Park, 3pm

Canterbury United Pride v Central Football
English Park, Christchurch, 4pm

NRF Men’s Championship

Papatoetoe v Papakura City
Murdoch Park, Papatoetoe, 3pm

Central United v Ranui Swanson
Croatian Cultural Club, Te Atatu South, 3pm

Lynn-Avon United v Uni-Mount Bohemian
Ken Maunder Park, New Lynn, 3pm

NRF Men’s Federation Cup semi-final

Winner plays Hibiscus Coast

Uni-Mount Bohemian Alto Vuelo v Te Atatu
Bill McKinlay Park, Mt Wellington, 1pm

Men’s Waikato Cup final

Click here for our preview >>>>

Melville Mighty As v Waikato Unicol Development
Korikori Park, Hamilton, 2.45pm

Games to be played on Sunday September 18, 2022

Women’s National League

Games to be played on Sunday September 18, 2022

Western Springs v Southern United
Seddon Fields, Westmere, 1pm

Auckland United v Northern Rovers
Keith Hay Park, Mt Roskill, 3pm

NRF Women’s Championship

Hibiscus Coast v Onehunga Sports
Stanmore Bay Park, Stanmore Bay, 1pm

Central United v Fencibles United
Kiwitea St, Sandringham, 1pm

Franklin United v Manukau United
Bledisloe Park, Pukekohe, 1pm

OFC U-19 Championship


Click here for update on quarter-final draw >>>>

New Zealand v Papua New Guinea (TBC)
Stade Fautaua, Papeete, Tahiti, 2.30pm (NZT)