Upper Hutt Football / March 2013

Upper Hutt City Football, as the club is now known, was formed following the amalgamation of three separate football clubs. Club football originated in Upper Hutt with the formation of Upper Hutt United in the 1920s and Tararua United formed as an alternative Club in the 1970s. Upper Valley Wanderers formed in the 1980s as an independent Club for Women’s Football. In the late 1990s the three Clubs amalgamated, with new Clubrooms built at Harcourt Park, as the Tararua Sports Club. A meeting convened in 1998 agreed that all football teams would play as Upper Hutt City Soccer in acknowledgement of the club’s links with and support from the local Upper Hutt City community.

May 2014 |
    • Girls Kick-It at Upper Hutt Football Tournament
      • For the third year running the BNZ Girls’ Kick It Tournament, hosted by Upper Hutt City Football and the Upper Hutt Girls’ Development Squad on 9th March 2013, was a huge success. With the tourney aligned to the National Girls’ Junior Framework and fully supported by Capital Football and New Zealand Football, Football Ferns Emily McColl and Evie Millynn and Capital Football Women’s Development Officer, Natalie Lawrence were there to lend a hand.
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