All new and returning players must register to play in the 2019 season.  
New Zealand Football have been endeavoring to get the new COMET registration system up and running as soon as possible but, unfortunately, there are still a few issues that they are working on.
If you have any concerns or are struggling dont hesitate to contact Kathy.


Find out where your team is playing on the weekend. Also you will be able to view any cancelations, postponments and any ground transfers. As well as the latest results around the leagues.


2019 is set to be our biggest year numbers-wise for junior and youth players
ever. Our team numbers are growing and we are working in the background to
establish strong pathways for players so that whether you’re a social player or
a player with your eye set on a career in football we are planning to support
you in your footballing goals.

Our Club

Who we are

Te Atatu Association Football Club is known as a club with a warm and welcoming environment and we offer opportunities to youngsters to play football at all levels and provide a pathway through into senior football through our development program for those that wish to play at the highest level. We also ensure that others that play sport for the enjoyment of doing so are also assured of a team in which to play at our club. The club has a no exceptions policy and offers opportunities for everyone.

What we do

The club embraces the New Zealand Football “Whole of Football” plan through our program which has 180 youngsters participating aged from five years to eight years. The introduction of Whole of Football has proved very popular with parents and children alike. Te Atatu Association Football Club is a club run by a small group of volunteers. We are all enthusiastic and devote as much of our own time to the club as possible. However, all Executive Members have their own full time employment and family activities to fit in around the football club.