Metro look to appoint Director of Football for junior and youth development

Auckland club Metro have called for expressions of interest for the role of Junior/Youth Director of Football.

In its announcement, the club says:

“Metro Football Club is dedicated to meeting its potential and striving to achieve its strong vision for its future, heading into its 125th anniversary in 2024.”

Description of the role

This role includes:

  • Friday night Whole of Football programme.
  • Coaching of club’s coaches.
  • Club-wide player development.
  • Potential off-season and/or school holiday programmes.
  • Club football development programmes.
  • Development of youth female football pathway.
  • Coach Lotto NRFL Men’s Championship U-23’s

“We are seeking someone with the drive, passion and determination to assist the club with achieving the development goals for our membership.

“The successful candidate will hold a minimum of a NZF/OFC ‘C’ Coaching Licence (or accepted equivalent). Metro FC will support the successful candidate with attaining further coaching qualifications if desired.

“The role will require close work with our NRFL Mens Championship head coach, NRF Women’s Conference head coach, and the club board.

“Metro FC has a strong partnership with NZ’s most successful club, Auckland City FC. The DoF will also work closely with the ACFC Academy Director to ensure adherence to our MoU.”

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How to apply

To apply or find out more, contact chairman Antony Owens. Email:

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