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Round 1
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22
21
57
2
1 - 2
3.32
1.75
3 - 2
22
24
54
2
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2.76
1.85
3 - 2
53
21
26
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3.51
1.89
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48.02
51.98
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2.76
1.03
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57%
Away
-1
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3.32
1.14
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54%
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-1
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2.76
1.07
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53%
Home
0
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3.51
1.05
1 - 1

What is the New Zealand Premier League (Women)?

The New Zealand Premier League Women is often known as the National League or the National Women’s League. This is the top level of the women’s association football league system in New Zealand. 

Unlike its male counterpart, the New Zealand National League (the New Zealand Football Championship before), the teams were run by the regional federations rather than as collaborative entities between local teams. This structure has changed for the 2021 season. The current season of the National Women’s League sees four teams qualify from the Northern League to join federation teams from Central Football, Capital Football, Canterbury United Pride, and Southern United.

Canterbury United Pride win the 2019 National Women LeagueCanterbury United Pride win the 2019 National Women League

History of the New Zealand Premier League Women

The National League was established in 2002 and ran until the end of 2007. After that, the league went on hiatus. It was resumed in 2009 with five participating federations, as well as the National women’s under-19 team development. Currently, the league includes 8 teams that are run by their own federations.

  • From 2002 to 2003, there were pure round-robin leagues
  • From 2004 to 2007, there were play-offs, with the second and the third-placed teams after the round-robin game playing in a one-legged semi-final at the second-ranked teams’ stadium. The winner of that game and the first-ranked team played in the Grand Final match to decide the champion club of the season.
  • From 2010, the league has been changed to run in the summer (previous editions were held over winter).
  • From 2020 to 2014, the rule of the league has been changed with only under 20 players participating. 
  • from 2015 to the present time, the restrictions were removed and the competition has run as an unrestricted full women’s league. 
  • By 2020, New Zealand Football looked to move the National Women's League to a club-based competition like the Men's competition. It was also considered to expand the number of matches each federation plays in 2018 to a round-robin format with teams play the others twice at home and away fields.
  • From 2021, there are four teams qualifying from the Northern League and join federation teams. They are from Central Football, Capital Football, Canterbury United Pride, and Southern United.

Top Winners of the New Zealand Premier League Women

Here is the information of the N.Z Premier League Women through the years. To update details of matches in the league, please visit New Zealand Premier League Women Predictions on Betimate frequently!

 

Best teams of the NZPLW

Season

Winner

Runner-up

2002

Auckland Football Federation

 

2003

Auckland Football Federation

 

2004

Capital Football

Auckland Football Federation

2005

Auckland Football Federation

Capital Football

2006

Auckland Football Federation

Capital Football

2007

Auckland Football Federation

Capital Football

2008

not played

 

2009

Auckland Football Federation

Capital Football

2010

Capital Football

Waikato-Bay of Plenty

2011

Northern Football Federation

Waikato-Bay of Plenty

2012

Northern Football Federation

Auckland Football Federation

2013

Mainland Pride

Northern Football Federation

2014

Mainland Pride

New Zealand Football Development

2015

Northern Football Federation

Mainland Pride

2016

Canterbury United Pride

Capital Football

2017

Auckland Football Federation

Canterbury United Pride

2018

Canterbury United Pride

Northern Lights

2019

Canterbury United Pride

Northern Lights

2020

Canterbury United Pride

Capital Football

2021

Southern United

Capital Football

Reference Sources

  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Zealand_Women's_National_League