Grounds & Facilities

To access a schedule of training grounds and times, please click on the following link. Coaches - to make a booking please contact the grounds co-ordinator via email here.

Net Roster  Saturday 6th August 2022

Cashmere Technical Home Team Net Duties - Saturday 6th August

*** double-check Snapshot Friday evening for final ground confirmation/defaults etc

Barrington Park - Nets at Centennial Park
CTFC 11 Silver - Pick up nets and corner flags
CTFC 12 Red - Return nets and corner flags
CTFC 11 Red - Pick up nets and corner flags
CTFC 12 White - Return nets and corner flags
Beckenham Park - Nets at Beckenham Pavilion (2468)
CTFC 11 Maroon - Pick up nets and corner flags
CTFC 12 Girls Blue - Return nets and corner flags
CTFC 11 Girls Gold - Put up and take down nets and corner flags
CTFC Vikings - put up and take down corner flags
Bromley Park S1 - Nets at Centennial Park
CTFC 14 Girls Gold - Pick up and return nets and corner flags
CCC Hospital Corner Sand Slit S1 - Nets at Centennial Park
CTFC 14 Blue - Pick up and return nets and corner flags
CCC Hospital Corner Sand Slit S3 - Nets at Centennial Park
CTFC 19 White - Pick up nets and corner flags
CTFC Pele's Children - Return nets and corner flags
Centennial Park S2 - Nets at Centennial Park
CTFC Juniors - Pick up and return nets and corner flags
Hansens Park - Nets at Centennial Park
CTFC 12 Maroon - Pick up and return nets and corner flags
CTFC 10 Green - Pick up and return nets and corner flags
CTFC 10 Purple - Pick up and return nets and corner flags
Hillsborough Domain - Nets and Hillsborough Domain (#2468)
CTFC 15 Gold - Put up nets and corner flags
CTFC 14 Black - Take down nets and corner flags
CTFC 13 Black - Put up nets and corner flags
CTFC 14 White - Take down nets and corner flags
Lancaster Park S1 - Corner flags at Centennial Park
CTFC Reserves - put up corner flags
CTFC Canaries - take down corner flags
Nga Puna Wai S1 - Corner flags at Centennial Park
CTFC 13 Blue - Pick up corner flags
CTFC 16 Girls Blue - Return corner flags
Nga Puna Wai S2 - Corner flags at Centennial Park
CTFC 16 Girls Gold - Pick up corner flags
CTFC 17 Gold - Return corner flags
North Hagley Park J2 - Nets at Centennial Park
CTFC 10 Blue - Pick up and return nets and corner flags
Somerfield Park J1 - Nets at Centennial Park
CTFC 10 Silver - Pick up nets and corner flags
CTFC 11 Girls Blue - Return nets and corner flags
Somerfield Park J2 - Nets at Centennial Park
CTFC 10 White - Pick up and return nets and corner flags
Warren Park I2 - Nets at Centennial Park
CTFC 11 Gold - Pick up nets and corner flags
CTFC 12 Gold - Return nets and corner flags

Background and history

They say the Phoenix arose from ashes. Cashmere Technical in a past life did indeed emerge from ashes after the Christchurch Technical clubrooms were consumed by fire on the CPIT Sullivan Avenue campus.

However, it was the earthquakes of 2010/11 and the damage incurred to structures and playing fields that have been the catalyst for the exciting new developments now being undertaken by Cashmere Technical FC.

Garrick Park
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The home of Cashmere Technical is undergoing a transformation.

The playing fields were severely damaged in the Canterbury earthquakes, affecting the surface, drainage, and lighting. The sports pavilion was damaged beyond repair.

In partnership with The Woolston Club, who are investing significant funds, and with the very generous support of Christchurch City Council, Ministry of Internal Affairs, New Zealand Community Trust and Canterbury Community Trust, we have undertaken a major works programme:1. The playing surfaces are being extended to form 2 full size sand-based pitches and a training area.2. The playing fields have been fully drained with novaflow and sand slitting.3 .An automated sprinkler system has been installed.4. New lighting towers are to be erected with improved output to allow for winter training5. A sports pavilion is being erected using modern materials and engineering techniques, providing superior facilities for player preparation and post-match recovery.

Once completed, the new facilities first use will be as a training facility for international teams participating in the FIFA under 20 World Cup in mid 2015.

Thereafter the superior facilities will be available for winter and summer sports activities for many years to come.

Whittington Avenue
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Whittington Avenue (formerly known as Ensors Rd) was for many years a top class playing surface. However, the playing surfaces suffered serious damage in the Canterbury earthquakes and drainage has become very poor. The ground has been unusable.

With support from CPIT and Lion Foundation, the Club has begun work on redeveloping this facility, rendering it suitable for senior grade games and winter training:

1.Turning the remaining pitch 90 degrees2.Installing novaflow and sand-slit drainage3.Moving existing floodlighting4.Locating a prefabricated building to be renovated to serve as showers and changing rooms.

Somerfield Park
​​​​​​​Changing facilities have been improved at Somerfield Park.

Beckenham Park
In partnership with Southern Districts Cricket Club we will be repairing or replacing the sports pavilion at Beckenham Park that was damaged in the Canterbury earthquakes.

A tentative medium term plan is to install floodlighting to enable this park to be used as a training facility.

Facilities Sponsors
​​​​​​​NZCT
The Canterbury Community Trust
Lion Foundation
First Sovereign
Canterbury Earthquake Appeal Trust