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The Nomads Premier Women's team compete in the Women's Premier League (WPL) which is the top Women's league in Canterbury.  ​2023 was a very successful year for our WPL team who won the New World Premiership. This awesome result is a credit to the caliber of players, coaches and management team in our Women's division.

2024: Building an inspiring and sustainable female pathway together!

We are excited to present to you a proposal that embodies innovation, collaboration, and a profound commitment to the development of women's football.
Nomads United AFC and Waimakariri United Football Clubs have signed an MOU (Memorandum of Understanding) for the creation of an inspiring and sustainable female pathway, under the banner of NW UNITED. Our aim is clear—to foster an environment where aspiring female players are not only supported but also empowered to thrive in their football journey.
We understand that the pathways for female players to realize their full potential are multifaceted and unique to each individual. Recognizing this, our proposal seeks to establish a comprehensive framework that addresses the diverse needs of female players—be it social, emotional, psychological, physiological, or technical/tactical.
At the heart of this collaboration lies a shared commitment to innovation and excellence. By joining forces, Waimakariri United AFC and Nomads United AFC can leverage their collective resources, expertise, and networks to create a pathway that sets new standards in women's football development.
Furthermore, with the impending transition of the National League to a club-based model, there has never been a more opportune moment for us to unite and shape the future of women's football. As NW UNITED, we have the potential to not only compete at the highest levels but also serve as a beacon of inspiration for aspiring female players across our community and beyond.
In closing, we invite you to join us on this transformative journey towards building a brighter future for women's football. Together, we can break barriers, defy expectations, and champion the next generation of female footballers.
CWCL & WPL – Development Pathway
Players from both clubs will train together to field the strongest team for these competitions. In 2024 these teams will play under a dual logo and be named NW UNITED.

  • Monday – 6.30pm-8.00pm Kendall Park

  • Wednesday – 6.00pm-7.30pm at Kendall Park Turf

Games – Home games will alternate between both clubs; Waimakariri United – Kendall Park or Rangiora Showgrounds
Nomads United – Tulett Park
Additional trainings may be added by the Coaching Team.  Players will be advised.
Trainings may differ for the CWCL team.  These will be confirmed with the new coach.
2024/25 Team Management Staff:
Head Coach – Michael De Bono (B & A Licence)
Assistant Coach – Chris Ward (completing C GK and Outfield Licences)
Support Coach – Simon Tippen (completing C Licence)
Support Coach - Wayne Holdem (completing C Licence)
Development Coach – Liam Brandso (completing C Licence)
Manageress – Donna Moore – mother of Football Fern Meikayla Moore

More Info:
If you still ha
ve any questions regarding this collaboration, please contact:

Simona Wallwork, Administration Manager:

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