Petone FC

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Petone FC is an association football club in Petone, New Zealand. The club provides football for men, women and children. The club's men's first team competes in the Central League. The club is based at Memorial Park in the Lower Hutt suburb of Petone.

Petone FC
Full namePetone Football Club
Nickname(s)The Settlers
Founded1898 (as Petone AFC)
GroundMemorial Park, Petone
ChairmanMatt Bliss
ManagerBesim Balicevac
LeagueCentral League
2020Central League, 9th

History & AchievementsEdit

The club is the successor for Petone United, a club founded in 1889 as Petone Wanderers before merging with the Wellington Rowing Club in 1892, competing under the name United until disbandment in 1895.[1]

The club has won the Chatham Cup three times (1928, 1930, and 1949) and won the Central League title in 1990.

Petone FC was originally known at Petone Association Football Club, however the club was renamed Petone Soccer Club in 1994. In 2009, club management voted to rename the club as Petone Football Club.[2]

Major HonoursEdit


  1. ^ "Petone History". UltimateNZSoccer. Retrieved 29 November 2017.
  2. ^ "Petone FC - About Petone". Petone FC. Retrieved 29 November 2017.

External linksEdit

Chatham Cup
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1928 Chatham Cup
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1930 Chatham Cup
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1949 Chatham Cup
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