American billionaire Bill Foley confirmed as preferred bidder for Auckland A-Leagues club
Billionaire English Premier League club owner Bill Foley has set his sights on building “a winning organisation” in Auckland after being confirmed as the preferred bidder for the city’s new A-Leagues football franchise, set to be up and running in time for next season.
Billionaire Premier League owner Bill Foley now favoured for Auckland A-Leagues club
The new Auckland A-Leagues club could be part of a multi-club ownership strategy driven by an American billionaire who is chair of AFC Bournemouth in the English Premier League and a significant player in the local wine industry.
Wellington Phoenix women's captain Lily Alfeld set for season on sideline after surgery
Wellington Phoenix captain Lily Alfeld is set to be a spectator for the second A-League Women season in a row, but coach Paul Temple feels she still has plenty to offer the team during their upcoming campaign.
NZ Football ready to build on 'really special' month for the game
For New Zealand Football chief executive Andrew Pragnell, the impact of the FIFA Women’s World Cup was reflected in the story one of his board members shared about their taxi driver in Dunedin, where the Football Ferns played a must-win match against Switzerland on July 30.