Auckland Futsal wishes to see all players & families return to playing & enjoying their Futsal in a safe environment.



Auckland Futsal would like to thank all players & families for their patience awaiting

the re-opening of School gyms & the re-starting of Futsal.


The majority of School gyms are now beginning to re-open however some gyms are waiting

until Level 1 or 0 before opening.


Please check your training or competition re-opening dates below.


Re-Start   Dates   for   Leagues


Auckland Futsal is pleased to announce the following dates for the re-starting of Leagues.


1 Schools & Metro Leagues - New Re-Start Dates


Auckland Futsal Schools League

- Central West zone:  Fri 5 June (Unitec)

- Central Zone:  Sat 6 June (EGGS, AGS, SPC gym)

- East zone: Wed 3 Jun (Som Int gym)


Auckland Futsal Metro Leagues

- Sun 7 Jun (AGS, EGGS)


Training sessions (Schools & Metro teams):

- Monday (Unitec): Mon 8 Jun

- Tuesday (Maungawhau): Tue 26 May

- Wednesday (Dio): Wed 27 May

- Thursday (Epsom Campus): tba - note gym due to re-open at level 1

- Friday (Kings): Fri 29 May




2 Men, Women, Mixed Leagues - New Re-Start Dates


- Monday (Moves from Epsom Campus to Maungwhau School, Mt Eden): Mon 25 May

- Wednesday (EGGS): tba - note gym due to re-open at level 1

- Wednesday (SPC gym): tba - note gym due to re-open at level 1

- Thursday (AGS): Thu 28 May

- Thursday (Unitec): Thu 11 June



- Monday (EGGS): Mon 8 Jun



- Tuesday (SPC gym): tba .. note gym due to re-open at level 1

- Wednesday (St Pauls): tba .. note gym due to re-open at level 1

- Thursday (Unitec): Thu 11 June



We here at Auckland Futsal are looking forward to seeing you all soon.






Auckland Futsal Competitions Post-poned from:  20 March  until  27 April 2020


COVID-19 Prevention: UPDATE - 19 March 2020

 All Futsal Leagues and Futsal Trainings are postponed from Friday 20 March 2020.

   All competitions will resume Week 1 of Term 2 if the situation allows.


  While there is currently no community outbreak of COVID-19 Coronavirus in New Zealand, we recognise that it is prudent to postpone all futsal 

  competitions and trainings as of Friday 20 March 2020.


  We will continue to keep you updated. 




To our Auckland Futsal community:


With the sentiment in our community that local sport should be suspended given discussions around ‘social distancing’ 

and the postponement of some other sports, all Auckland Futsal competitions and trainings will be postponed from 

Friday 20 March 2020.


We will continue to monitor the situation on a daily basis and will continue to communicate any changes as the 

COVID-19 situation evolves via this page and directly via email to our members. We hope to resume on 27 April 2020

(Week 1 Term 2) but we will keep you posted. 


We encourage all members of our community to comply with government restrictions regarding indoor gatherings of less than 

100 people, adhere to travel restrictions as well as published hygiene guidelines.


We also encourage everyone to look after themselves, their families and other members of our community - 

especially the elderly and vulnerable.  As this is an unprecedented event, we cannot speculate how things will unfold, 

however we are confident that we will band together and get through these challenging times together.


Craig Empson

CEO, Auckland Futsal 






For more info: 

     Ministry of Health:





       Keeping Auckland Futsal Players, Families and Staff active and safe


COVID-19 Prevention: 18 March 2020


We are following Ministry of Health guidelines and precautions to keep everyone safe. While there is currently no community 

outbreak of COVID-19 Coronavirus in New Zealand, we are operating as normal - all our Auckland Futsal Leagues are ON.


Advice from the Ministry of Health: 


All Auckland Futsal Players, Staff, Coaches, Junior Player Parents and Supporters:


1. If you are sick - please stay home 
    If you are feeling unwell (sore throat, dry cough or temperature at least 38 degrees or shortness of breath), please refrain from all 

Futsal activities straight away. Seek medical advice by calling Healthline on 0800 611 116


2. Overseas Travellers: self isolate for 14 days required

 If you have travelled overseas and returned to NZ in the last 14 days, self isolation is required for 14 days. 

Anyone arriving from overseas must follow the self-isolation process.


3. Have you been in close contact with anyone who has returned from overseas and been diagnosed with 

   COVID-19 - you must self-isolate

 If you have been in close contact with anyone who has returned from overseas and been diagnosed with Covid-19 then self isolation

 is required for 14 days. Follow the self-isolation process.


3. General Hygiene Advice

  • Wash (and then dry) your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds
  • If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol‐based hand sanitizer
  • Wash or sanitize your hands before eating
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick
  • Stay home and seek medical treatment when you are sick
  • Cover your mouth to cough or sneeze.


4. Stop handshakes, hugs, and hongi. 

After the game you can thank you opposing team but no handshakes hugs or hongi’s please. 


Need more info?

•    NZ Government information hub - including health and travel advice 

•    Current advice for public events and mass gatherings – from the Ministry of Health.



We will keep you informed of any new developments.


       Auckland Futsal