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New Zealand flagNew Zealander National Anthem
National Coach: Ricki Herbert
National Stadium:
FA founded: 1891 ( FA Website )
Joined FIFA: 1948
FIFA Code: NZL
Nickname: All Whites
Local Name: New Zealand
Capital: Wellington
Population: 4,173,460
Area: 268,680 km2
Tel: +64 / Internet: .nz
Currency: New Zealand Dollar (NZD) - Rates
Domestic Season: November - April
Local Time and WeatherLatest New Zealander Football News
List of New Zealander League and Cup Winners

New Zealander Football League System
An overview of the football league system in New Zealand with a list of the clubs and stadia in each division. Click on the + symbols to reveal the manager/coach, chairman/president, nickname, year of foundation and a link to the website for each New Zealander football club.

Level: 1 New Zealand Football Championship view 8 Teams
New Zealand Football Championship
Auckland City Kiwitea Street (5,000) [-]
Manager / Coach: Ramon Tribulietx
Chairman / President: Ivan Vuksich
Founded in: 2004 (Nickname: )
View Auckland City homepage
Canterbury United (0) [-]
Manager / Coach: Korouch Monsef
Chairman / President: Craig Rhodes
Founded in: 2002 (Nickname: )
View Canterbury United homepage
Hawke's Bay United (0) [-]
Manager / Coach: Jonathan Gould
Chairman / President: Colin Stone
Founded in: 0 (Nickname: )
View Hawke's Bay United homepage
Otago United (0) [-]
Manager / Coach: Malcolm Fleming
Chairman / President: David Lamont
Founded in: 0 (Nickname: )
View Otago United homepage
Team Wellington (0) [-]
Manager / Coach: Stu Jacobs
Chairman / President: Mark Chote
Founded in: 0 (Nickname: )
View Team Wellington homepage
Waikato (0) [-]
Manager / Coach: Dave Edmonson
Chairman / President:
Founded in: 0 (Nickname: )
View Waikato homepage
Waitakere United (0) [-]
Manager / Coach: Paul Marshall
Chairman / President: Peter Bult
Founded in: 0 (Nickname: )
View Waitakere United homepage
YoungHeart Manawatu (0) [-]
Manager / Coach: Steve Green
Chairman / President: Paul Barris
Founded in: 0 (Nickname: )
View YoungHeart Manawatu homepage

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Notes: Regional championships were played from as early as 1892 until the first national competition in 1970. This was a straightforward league system with the winners being declared champions until the 1993 edition when regionalisation was reintroduced. From 1993-96 there were Northern, Central and Southern leagues with 8 teams qualifying for the national league and the top 4 of this playing-off for the title. For the 1997 and 1998 tournaments there was a national league with 4 team play-offs to decide the champions and in 1999 there were Northern and Southern leagues with the respective winners playing a championship final. From 2000 there has again been a national league with 4 team play-offs to decide the champions.The Chatham Cup has been played since 1923 (after the crew of HMS Chatham donated a trophy to the NZ Football Association).

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