Women’s senior ‘social’ teams play in the local AFF/NFF leagues.
Women’s games are played on a Sunday morning, usually at 10 am or 11 am, and home games are generally played at Keith Hay Park.
Senior Registration Fees
The Senior registration fee for the season is $320.00 (this includes a $20 Building Levy which will contribute to the building of our new clubroom). An Early Payment Discount of $40.00 applies to all Senior registration payments made by 15th March.
Please note that if you have not registered and paid by the 7th March we may not be able to guarantee you a place in a team and those players accepted into a grade are not considered to be members of the club until full payment is received.
Player & Team Fines for Misconducts during a game are charged by Auckland Football to the Club. These charges are passed onto the player or manager (along with a small administration fee). The charges are $31.75 for a yellow card, $68.00 for a red card and $118.00 for violent conduct or exceptional misconduct. Payment is expected within two weeks of receiving notification of these fines, and the club reserves the right to stand the player down until the fine is cleared.
NEW Players to Three Kings United
Three Kings United (TKU) are keen on hearing from all new players who want to play football, at all levels.
If you are coming to the club as a new player, please contact the club and express your desire to play, at the same time, please provide some information that will be helpful in placing you such as:
- Your Date of Birth
- Preferred playing position(s)
- Previous playing history
- Some sort of self-assessment of ability
- Do you want to be “trialled” by the Premier coach for an elite team, or do you wish to play at a more social level?
If you are transferring to TKU having previously last played for another club based in New Zealand, you will need to be transferred into TKU BEFORE you are eligible to play.
The transfer is completed electronically but you need to advise us of your previous club.
You also need to have paid any monies owing and returned any gear to your previous club and your registration fee needs to be paid prior to us applying for this.
If you play for TKU without first obtaining a transfer then your team will lose points and you will be personally liable for any fine incurred.
If you are transferring from an overseas club that you will need an International Transfer. The transfer is completed electronically but you need to advise us of your previous club. You also need to have paid any monies owing and returned any gear to your previous club and your registration fee needs to be paid prior to us applying for this. We will also need a copy of your passport. If you play for TKU without first obtaining a transfer then your team will lose points and you will be personally liable for any fine incurred.
Elite Senior Teams – Premier Women
Our Premier Women’s team plays at the highest club level in Auckland, the Northern Premier Women’s League.
The league games are typically played on a Sunday (but can vary), and the team also enters the Knock-out Cup competition.
There is a high standard of play, and expectation on players.
For information on joining the team, contact email@example.com
Elite Senior Teams – Premier Women’s Reserves
Our Reserve / Development team plays in the Northern Premier Women’s Reserve League.
The league games are typically played on Sunday (but can vary), and the team also enters the the Reserves Knock-out Cup competition.
The team trains at Keith Hay Park 2-3 times per week and are professionally coached, managed and supported by the club.
Premier Women’s Reserves players tend to be players who have recently gone through the junior ranks, and have the potential and desire to develop further in order to play in the Premier Women’s team.
Senior ‘Social’ Teams – Women’s Conference
The Women’s Conference team squad plays in the Northern Premier Women’s Conference League. The league games are typically played on Sunday (but can vary). The team trains at Keith Hay Park 2-3 times per week and are coached by a volunteer coach, but supported by the club.
All social teams need to source their own manager. This is not an arduous role, and often the manager will be a player/manager and the manager’s main job is to be the contact with the club. The manager will be responsible for and help co-ordinate and distribute the team gear, fill in team cards, and send in team result. Help is available from the club for managers with any issue related to their teams.
The Club provides the team with captains arm band, 1 match ball, 1 new practice ball, whistle, cones, team bibs and gear bag.
Players will need to purchase their own club playing shirts, shorts and socks.
The first day of the Senior football is TBC.