Youth Girls Trials & Grading for 2020


Fencibles 9th Grade – U19s Grade Travelling

The Fencibles 9th Grade Travelling to 19th Grade allows players of all abilities to play in competitions against other football clubs. In the Northern Region Football (NRF) competitions. There are options for players to play against the best teams in their age groups and others for those who want less commitment like training once a week and a game or even social teams where they can play with their friends.


Grading is strictly based on the year of birth: (2021 Season)

9th-12th Grade

2012 – 9th Grade        2011 – 10th Grade       2010 – 11th Grade   2009 – 12th Grade


13th-19th Grade
2008 – 13th Grade       2007/08– U14s Grade       2005/06 – U16s Grade        2002/07 – U19th Grade       


Development Plus- Travelling Teams: 9th Grade- 12th Grades- aged 9-14

The 9th to 12th Grade development teams will play in an NRF (Northern Region Football) competition on Saturday mornings. These games are played at William Green Domain, Greenmount Reserve or at other clubs around Auckland (usually as far as Drury to the south and Western Springs to the north. No games on the North Shore). Some teams may also be asked to attend 1-2 tournaments held on Sundays during the season at other clubs around Auckland.

Pre-season all registered 9th – 12th Grade players wanting to travel to play against other clubs will be invited to attend trials/grading to be part of girls teams within their grade. Players selected in a Development Plus travelling teams (Navy, Red and White teams) will be expected to train twice per week. These teams are coached by parent coaches and overseen at trainings sessions by a senior coach like our Director of Football. The Development Plus teams are only for players who wish to play football within the highest ranked teams within these grades and for those committed to two trainings per week. We have other teams that require less commitment with usually one training session a week and games on a Saturday on offer as well.


9th- 14th Grade Grading/Trials Dates:

9th Grade Travelling:     Mon 15th March 5.00pm-6.00pm at William Green &

                                   Sun 21st March 9.00am-10.30am at Riverhills Park


10th Grade Travelling:    Wed 17th March 5.00pm-6.00pm at William Green Domain &

                                    Sun 21st March 10.45am-12.15pm at Riverhills Park


11th Grade:                    Tue 16th March 6.00pm-7.00pm at William Green Domain &

                                     Sun 21st March 12.30pm-1.45pm at Riverhills Park


12th Grade:                    Thurs 18th March 6.00pm-7.00pm at William Green Domain 

                                     Sun 21st March 2.00pm-3.30pm at Riverhills Park


13th Grade:                    Mon 15th March 6.00pm-7.00pm at William Green Domain &

                                     Sun 21st March 3.45pm-5.15pm at Riverhills Park


14th Grade:                    Wed 17th  March 6.00pm-7.00pm at William Green Domain &

                                     Sun 21st March 5.30pm-7.00pm at Riverhills Park


Northern Region Football (NRF) 9th-13th and U14s div1 & U16s Div 1 and U19s Grade Competitions
Games: Saturday mornings 9am - 1pm,

William Green Domain, Greenmount Reserve and other club locations throughout Auckland


NRF League - Season Dates

First session: Saturday 8th May 2021
Final session: Saturday 25th September 2021

No games on the following holiday 2021 dates: 5th June, 17th July, 24 July


Northern Region Football (NRFL Prem) Leagues –  U14s & 16s Prem Grades 

Northern Region Football Competitions

Games: Saturday 

William Green Domain, Millhouse Reserve, Riverhills Park and other club locations throughout Auckland


NRF Prem League - Season Dates

Start: Saturday 10th April 2021
Finish: Saturday 25th September 2021

No games on the following holiday 2021 dates: 24th April & 24th July


New Players

Click on the register button on our main page on our Fencibles website or click HERE

**If you are unsure whether you want to fully commit to Fencibles please register as a non player. Then click the box for 2021 Metro/Conference trials.

If successful we will move you to a registered player for the season. There is no cost to trial.


Current Registered Players

Please log in to Club Hub, click on tasks tab, then purchases and tick the 2021 Metro/Conference trials box. There is no cost for this trial.




2021 update

Fencibles Girls 9th & 10th Grade Travelling – U19s Travelling Grade (non NRFL Prem team )

Season Schedule to start on the 8th May 2021 and run during school Term 2 & 3.


All travelling teams will need to get allocated during our Grading week (mid March). From there team training can commence.

All AFF competitions for Auckland will begin on the 8th May 2021. The winter football season will play through until the end of School Term 3 (October) though some competitions may end before this date depending on the structure of the draws and subject to availability. 


According to Auckland Football it looks like we will get around 14 games this season and the season will go longer than usual ending in October to accommodate this.

The Club is looking at other ways to maximise the amount of games that the boys can play.
• All Fencibles teams will play a game on Saturday 13th June to ensure all teams have had a game prior to the start of the season.
• A Club Day Festival of Football will also happen during the school holidays and we will share more information about this in the near future.
• Friendly games or mini tournaments will be organized for the 9th-12th grade teams on the 18th July. More details to come in the near future. All 13th-17th Grade teams will have a competition game that weekend.


For full instructions including demonstration videos please click HERE

Game day Information 

It is important to note that your first point of contact is your team coach and or the team manager. 

You contact them through ClubHub.

Go to the Fencibles Website

Top left hand corner click Log in

Log in with the details that you were emailed when you first registered

Click on the contact Tab

Click on Team Members

From here you can communicate with your team and your coaching staff.

Please remember to be at your fields a minimum of 30 minutes prior to game time and allow enough travel time to not be late.  All games have to start on time and if your full team is not there the other team can start without you.



The Auckland Football Website has all the information for where and who you are playing.

Click on the top left hand side Fixtures & Results

Click on the grade your child is (this is the age your child turns this year and was on the original email that was sent)

You then need to find your child’s team.  Initially you might need to click on the fixture button of a few of their colour groups to find the right one. 

For 10, 11th and 12th Grade they are listed in order of division ie Blue and Green at the top are the Prem Groups, Orange and Purple will be roughly Division one etc.  Your team name is in Clubhub.

Once you have found your team you can click on the map on the right hand side if you are unsure of how to get there etc. This is also where you can see the results for 11th grade and above.  9th and 10th grade your results are not published but are held each week with Auckland Football for placings in Grading to ensure you are in the correct place for Championship rounds.

You must check the website on Friday after 5pm to ensure you have not had a field change and all cancellations/postponements are loaded on each individual game in white above the home team.  You must check the website not the app for cancellations as sometime there is a delay in the information getting to the AP.




You must start on time and if for some reason you are late starting you have no choice but to finish on time if the first team is late it snowballs for the rest of the day and can cause some conflict on the fields. – There is no leeway with this you have to stick to your timings.

Please remember to be at your fields a minimum of 30 minutes prior to game time and allow enough travel time to not be late.  All games have to start on time and if your full team is not there the other team can start without you.





Greenmount Drive

Field number 1 is closest to the road

Field number 2 is up the top

There will always be two teams loaded on each field the coaches’ just pick a side.

If you are the first team there you will have to get the 2 goals for your field from behind the changing rooms and set them up on your field. (The away team does not move goals) Including 6 corner flags for each field.  3 flags down each side of the field (2 corners and one on half way).

If you are the last team there you must pack up both the Goals from your field and carry them down to behind the changing rooms and stack them neatly in sets of 4.  Please put the corner flags together in the ground upright and someone will be there later in the day to lock them away.


William Green – Artificial turf

Field 1 will be issued to two teams you just choose a side

Field 5 and 6 are on the outside.

Make sure both goals are set up for game start time – no corner flags for 9 10 11 and 12th grades Older Grades the corner flags are in the entrance to the changing rooms.

NO PARENTS/SPECTATORS at all on the pitch.  Coaches you must enforce this nicely with your team and also the visiting team.  The other teams may not know about the turf rules so you will need to advise them.  Coaches managers NO coffee on the pitch.

PLEASE NOTE THAT IF YOU DO NOT ADHERE TO THE TURF RULES YOUR TEAM WILL BE ALLOCATED TO ANOTHER FIELD FOR FUTURE GAMES.  It is vitally important we protect the turf and do not want to have to go down the path of Security Guards.


IF you are a 9th or 10th grade team you do not play on the full half pitch.  You use cones to make your pitch narrower and you can bring it in a little as well to make it shorter.  Use the half way line as your side line and then bring in the other side to the 18 yard box markings then you only need to cone the field for a short distance from the 18yard box like to the side line. 

Don’t forget to pick up your cones and get the next coach to replace them with his.


Barry Curtis Park

If you are the first team playing you will need to collect the nets and corner flags from the net room at Riverhills.

Standing in front of the club rooms go down the right hand side of the building and it is your 2nd door on the left.  It is clearly labelled.

If you are the last FENCIBLES team at the field (there will be no one waiting to come on after you) then you must collect the nets and corner flags and return them to the net room




If you are unsure if you are first or last go to the Auckland Football Website

click on fixtures and results

click on the venues tab in the blue line

Search your venue ie Barry Curtis Park 1

Scroll down to the date and you will see all the games that are being played for that day.  Just ensure that you are looking at the Fencibles games not BBAFC and SAR.



The nets are found in the net room.  Please if there is no one waiting for the field return the nets to the net room.

Room number 7 will be open for the toilet.  Sometimes the door swings shut in the wind so just give it a pull.


PLEASE IF YOU ARE FIRST ALLOW ADDITIONAL TIME FOR THE NET SET UP AT THE FIELD YOU MUST SET UP BOTH ENDS.  Parents please assist your coaching staff with this as they will need to be focusing on their team warm ups and do so much during the week you help will be greatly appreciated and many hands make light work.


Please remember to have a read of the Fencibles Code of Conduct on the Website.  We as a club pride ourselves on our sideline behaviour so lets get out there and have some fun and remember that it is all about the kids and their enjoyment for the game.




Barry Curtis Park - Pitch numbering and net information

We will have a number of teams each week playing at Barry Curtis Park click here for the pitch layout.

No games will start before 10am at Barry Curtis, so with this in mind if your game starts at 10am you will need to come to William Green to the light room, (which will be unlocked by 7am on each Saturday, they are the big green doors on the right hand side of the building) and pick up out of the appropriately numbered bin to your playing pitch number , your nets, corner flags and net pegs (do not take the bin). For example this weekend the 13th grade Div3 team are first up on pitch 3 so Robbie Smith would need to come up and collect the gear out of bin number 3 before going to the park. At the end of that game we have another 3 Fencibles games on so at the end of the last game Fencibles U17/2C Ansell, then Tony will bring the gear back to William Green and put the gear back into bin 3.

IMPORTANT NOTE- If the game after you is NOT a Fencibles team then you are to remove the gear completely from the pitch and bring it back to WG. No other clubs are to use our gear unless you have been informed by the club prior to the playing day.