Welcome to the Roslyn Wakari Football Club
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Roslyn Wakari is one of NZ's oldest football clubs. Established in 1888 we were one of the founding clubs in Otago and recently celebrated our 125th Jubilee during Queens Birthday weekend 2013 and....
The club is also one of Otago's largest football clubs enjoying s. . a membership of 480 players. During 2015 this is made up of 10 Senior men’s teams, 4 Women’s teams, and 28 Junior teams. There is a Roslyn Wakari team, sometimes two, competing in every grade of the Dunedin competitions. We are the current holders of the annual Hanlon Shield, an award presented by Football South to the top overall performing Club in Otago. Proudly held by Roslyn a record 19 times (6 times in the previous 10 seasons).
Our Senior Men’s 1st team competes in the Federation 7 Premier Divison and our Women’s 1st team have won the Women’s Premier league 5 times in the past 8 seasons.
National recognition for RWAFC players has included nine All Whites while playing for Roslyn. The club supplied four players in the original 1904 New Zealand team.
Our clubs objective is to always promote the enjoyment of playing football across all ages and we welcome all enquires from like minded people wishing to join us.
Our home, Ellis Park, has three competition grounds, two specialist training areas and an indoor gymnasium. The clubrooms were refurbished in 2009 and now boasts first class bar and food facilities that are available for Hire.
Thank you for taking the time and for further information on any RWAFC matter please contact us.
Hundred Club - Results (August 18th, 2015)
Congratulations to all the winners and especially the $1000 prize that went to G & J Aitken. We wish [read more]
Weekend Round-up - 25/26 July 2015 (August 2nd, 2015)
The undoubted highlight of the day yesterday was the Div 4 Chargers earning their first win in more [read more]
Weekend Round-up - 18/19 July 2015 (August 2nd, 2015)
It was another tough day out for the Prems. Struggling to find eleven players to line up (like a lot [read more]