Welcome to Brooklyn Northern United AFC! We're a community football club in Wellington's central and southern suburbs. We're passionate about football and we're strong on club spirit. Our members are from all over Wellington and around the world, playing in 13 senior men's and women's teams.
BNUJFC is a junior football club affiliated to Capital Football, a federation member of New Zealand Football. The club enters junior football teams in the age-based competitions run by Capital Football in the Wellington region
Island Bay United Association Football Club is an amateur football/soccer club based at Wakefield Park, Island Bay. We operate as an Incorporated Society.
We are a family friendly Karate Club where adults and children train together. You will often find parents training with their children instead of palming them off to a sport club, they join in. Sometimes the parents outlast the children. You are never too old to start.
Newlands College is a state co-educational, uniformed school that caters for Year 9 to Year 13 students. The college has a safe, caring and supportive environment with a reputation for encouraging students to achieve excellence.
Welcome to the Onslow Cricket Club
Our home ground is Nairnville Park in Khandallah which is right in the heart of the city's Western Suburbs. If you're a visitor to our club then please feel free to browse the links above. We welcome new members, both playing and non-playing.
St Patrick's College is a Catholic Integrated boys College situated on an attractive site near the sea at Kilbirnie. Students come to the College from every part of Wellington, and in some cases from as far north as Waikanae and the Wairarapa.
Lumen accipe et imperti - Receive The Light And Pass It On.
We are a state secondary school for boys with a proud tradition dating back to 1867. Our roll is 1550. Wellington College places an unequivocal emphasis on excellence, whether academic, sporting or cultural.
Our mission is to inspire students to develop their talents, to reach well beyond the ordinary, and to acquire a life-long passion for learning.
The Wellington Collegians Cricket Club was originally formed at a meeting held in the Ship Hotel on November 14th, 1849. At that meeting officials were elected and the name chosen and so was born the Wellington Cricket Club. The Wellington Cricket Club continued as a leading club in Wellington until 1970 when it amalgamated with the Wellington College Old Boys Club, which was formed in 1899. This produced a name change to Wellington College Old Boys Cricket Club in 1973. The Wellington College Old Girls Club amalgamated with the Club in 1976 and this led to the name change to Wellington Collegians Cricket Club.
The Wellington Football Club is actually a Rugby Union Club which caters for both junior and senior rugby. The club has a proud and successful playing history locally, nationally and globally.