Your questions

How much are the fees in 2023?

Little league  (4th-5th grade) $85

First Kicks (6th-8th grade) $95

Juniors (9th-12th grade) $175

Youth (13th-17th grade) $195

Seniors (team fee) $4,000

Where do our fees go?

Waitemata FC is committed to ensuring our fee structure is affordable for our members. In fact, we offer some of the lowest fees in Auckland. 

As you can imagine, there are many cost associated with running a football club, including paying fees to New Zealand Football (NZF) and Northern Regional Football (NRF). 

In 2022, club expenditure was over $250,000. There is a huge annual outlay for new equipment and apparel. We provide all of our teams will good quality training balls, bibs, cones, ruck sacks, ball carry bags, flat discs as well as ensuring goals, mannequins and other equipment available for all teams to use and benefit from. 

We also have club operational costs including rates, building insurance, contents insurance, renovations and upgrades, general maintenance, repairs, internet, power, water and a whole raft of other expenses.

Where can we buy uniform?

Waitemata FC signed a deal with Ultra Football NZ to provide provide uniform in 2023 and beyond. You will need a shirt, shorts and socks.

You can buy uniform and supporters gear either at the club (limited selection) or by clicking on the following link:

What days and times to the teams train and play?

6th-8th grade train every Wednesday from 5pm - 6pm.

9th-17th grade typically train once or twice a week on a Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday.

The men's 1st & U23's train every Tuesday & Thursday during the season from 7pm-8.30pm.

The social senior teams, including the women's 1st team, train every Wednesday during the season from around 6.30pm - 8.30pm.

Contact for more training information.

Where are the club grounds?

Waitemata FC teams train and play at McLeod Park, Te Atatu South, Auckland. Click here for directions.

Can I play with my friends?

Yes! At junior level (9th-12th grade) we will try our best to accommodate any player requests to play with friends, for a certain coach or team. 

Once players move to youth football (13th - 19th grade), it can become slightly more challenging as teams are graded and we need to consider the level your child(ren) play at is suitable for the standard of play.