Papatoetoe AFC

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Papatoetoe AFC is a semi-professional football club based in Papatoetoe, New Zealand. They compete in the Lotto Sport Italia NRFL Division 1.

Former club coaches include current All Whites coach Ricki Herbert.


Papatoetoe AFC was founded in 1959 through the efforts of Ken Hastings. the club entered the new Franklin & Districts competitions in 1960, competing from a site at the Papatoetoe Recreation Ground on Great South Road. In 1965 the club moved to its current home at Murdoch Park and the same year its senior team entered the Northern League. It gained promotion to the premier division in 1971, and it spent much of the next decade in either the lower reaches of the premier league or the upper part of the second flight.

Papatoetoe have reached the Quarter-finals of the Chatham Cup on three occasions, in 1984, 1985, and 1986, but have yet to progress beyond this stage of the competition.

Current squad

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Notable former players

Many notable national New Zealand representatives have played for Papatoetoe, among them 1982 FIFA World Cup goalkeeper Frank van Hattum.

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