- University-Mount Wellington
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Full name University-Mount Wellington Association Football Club Nickname(s) Unimount Ground Bill McKinley Park, Panmure, New Zealand, Auckland Chairman Roy CoxHome coloursAway colours
University-Mount Wellington is an association football club in Auckland, New Zealand. It was formed from the amalgamation of Mount Wellington AFC and Auckland University AFC, and is one of the country's strongest sides. The team play at Bill McKinlay Park, Panmure, Auckland.
During much of the 1970s and 1980s, Mt Wellington AFC was the country's strongest club side, rivaled only by Christchurch United. The team won the Chatham Cup on five occasions, in 1973, 1980, 1982, 1983, and 1990. Since amalgamation, the cup has been won a further two times, in 2001 and 2003, making the club the only seven-time winner of the country's main knockout tournament. They also won the country's national league in 1972, 1974, 1980, 1982, and 1986.
Auckland University did not win any national titles as a separate team, but competed in the top flight of the national league from 1983 to 1986.
In recent years, the club's focus has been on its status as a convenor of social and university teams, rather than concentrating on a senior club side.
Many of the country's top players have played for either University-Mount Wellington or its predecessor teams, including several members of New Zealand's first World Cup Finals qualifiers, the 1982 All Whites. These players include Ricki Herbert, Brian Turner, Tony Sibley, Dave Taylor, Darren McClennan, Peter Henry, Jeff Campbell, Rodger Gray, John Houghton, Leigh Kenyon, and Fred de Jong.
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