White Ribbon Cup
|Number of teams||6|
|Current champions||Team Wellington (1st title)|
|Most successful club(s)||Team Wellington (1 title)|
|2011–12 NZF Cup|
The White Ribbon Cup, is a knockout cup competition in New Zealand association football. The knockout competition is run by New Zealand Football. The 2011–12 season will be the inaugural season of the NZF Cup.
The knockout competition was established in 2011 to provide regular football for the six clubs not participating in the Oceania Champions League (OFC) and runs in conjunction with the ASB Premiership regular season.
The six competing teams will be split into two conferences – a Northern and Southern Conference. Each team will play two conferences games as a round-robin table format, with the league winner progressing to the national final against the opposing conference winner.
|Current NZF Cup Clubs|
|Auckland City FC||Auckland||Kiwitea Street||Ramon Tribulietx|
|Canterbury United||Christchurch||ASB Football Park||Keith Braithwaite|
|Hawke's Bay United||Napier||Bluewater Stadium||Matt Chandler|
|Otago United||Dunedin||Forsyth Barr Stadium||Richard Murray|
|Team Wellington||Wellington||Newtown Park||Matt Calcott|
|Waikato FC||Hamilton||Porritt Stadium||Declan Edge|
|Waitakere United||Waitakere City||Fred Taylor Park||Neil Emblen|
|YoungHeart Manawatu||Palmerston North||Memorial Park||Stu Jacobs|
- Hallett, David (30 November 2011). "Canterbury United's Kamo unlikely for first round". The Press. Retrieved 2011-11-30.