BNUJFC is a junior football club affiliated to Capital Football, a federation member of New Zealand Football. The club enters junior football teams in the age-based competitions run by Capital Football in the Wellington region
The club has approx 300 registered members aged between 5 and 14 years of age, mainly from Wellington's southern suburbs. Our players attend Brooklyn, Island Bay, Berhampore, Ridgway, St Bernard's, St Mark’s, Te Aro, Mt Cook, SWIS and Clyde Quay schools.
Children aged 5 and 6 play in our introductory First Kicks programme which is run on Sunday mornings at Tanera Park. Children aged 7 through to 14 play in Saturday and Sunday morning competitions. Girls can play in either the Saturday mixed gender league and / or in the girls only Sunday league (GOSL).
The club is run primarily by the parents and guardians of players. The club is always seeking volunteers to coach, manage or join the management committee. Your support is welcome and appreciated.
BNUJFC has links with the Brooklyn Northern United Association Football Club. However, BNUJFC is a separate entity from BNUAFC.
BNUJFC is an incorporated society run by a committee of elected volunteers. Committee members are elected at the AGM held in November. The management committee is responsible for policy, strategy and administration of the club. Teams are run by their coach and manager.
Income is derived from membership fees and donations plus any grants from funding agencies (e.g. community trusts). The assets of the club consist of football equipment (e.g. uniforms, balls, gear bags, nets, flags) and the energy and efforts of our volunteers.
As an incorporated society, the club is run in accordance with a set of rules. The parents and guardians of registered players are members of the club and are bound by these rules. The club rules are attached
The BNUJFC management committee for 2021 is
Sam Bridgman - President
Julie Seevens - Treasurer
Jenn de Saxe
Email Address : email@example.com
Postal Address : The Secretary BNUJFC
P O Box 25566,
Capital Football manages football in the Wellington region. Their website contains fixtures, results, cancellations, transfers, ground locations and other useful information. Click here.
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