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Club History

Northern was established in 1888 making it the oldest continually operating football club in the Southern Hemisphere, and is based at The Gardens Ground in North Dunedin, New Zealand. After amalgamating with Maori Hill in 1972, the club was briefly known as Dunedin North End (1972–1974) and then as North End United, a name we used until 1990. We have twice won the Chatham Cup, in 1959 and 1961, and have been finalists on eight other occasions. At Easter 2013 Northern AFC celebrated its 125th Jubilee with a Reunion.

Club News and Updates

THE NORTHERN HERALD

Northern was established in 1888 making it the oldest continually operating football club in the Southern Hemisphere, and is based at The Gardens Ground in North Dunedin, New Zealand. After amalgamating with Maori Hill in 1972, the club was briefly known as Dunedin North End (1972–1974) and then as North End United, a name we used until 1990. We have twice won the Chatham Cup, in 1959 and 1961, and have been finalists on eight other occasions. At Easter 2013 Northern AFC celebrated its 125th Jubilee with a Reunion.

Northern was established in 1888 making it the oldest continually operating football club in the Southern Hemisphere, and is based at The Gardens Ground in North Dunedin, New Zealand. After amalgamating with Maori Hill in 1972, the club was briefly known as Dunedin North End (1972–1974) and then as North End United, a name we used until 1990. We have twice won the Chatham Cup, in 1959 and 1961, and have been finalists on eight other occasions. At Easter 2013 Northern AFC celebrated its 125th Jubilee with a Reunion.

Northern was established in 1888 making it the oldest continually operating football club in the Southern Hemisphere, and is based at The Gardens Ground in North Dunedin, New Zealand. After amalgamating with Maori Hill in 1972, the club was briefly known as Dunedin North End (1972–1974) and then as North End United, a name we used until 1990. We have twice won the Chatham Cup, in 1959 and 1961, and have been finalists on eight other occasions. At Easter 2013 Northern AFC celebrated its 125th Jubilee with a Reunion.

Senior and Jr Team Contacts

Mens Prems and seconds contact deatails and photo

Northern was established in 1888 making it the oldest continually operating football club in the Southern Hemisphere, and is based at The Gardens Ground in North Dunedin, New Zealand. After amalgamating with Maori Hill in 1972, the club was briefly known as Dunedin North End (1972–1974) and then as North End United, a name we used until 1990. We have twice won the Chatham Cup, in 1959 and 1961, and have been finalists on eight other occasions. At Easter 2013 Northern AFC celebrated its 125th Jubilee with a Reunion.

Womens Prems Contact

Northern was established in 1888 making it the oldest continually operating football club in the Southern Hemisphere, and is based at The Gardens Ground in North Dunedin, New Zealand. After amalgamating with Maori Hill in 1972, the club was briefly known as Dunedin North End (1972–1974) and then as North End United, a name we used until 1990. We have twice won the Chatham Cup, in 1959 and 1961, and have been finalists on eight other occasions. At Easter 2013 Northern AFC celebrated its 125th Jubilee with a Reunion.

Jr Northern Contact

Northern was established in 1888 making it the oldest continually operating football club in the Southern Hemisphere, and is based at The Gardens Ground in North Dunedin, New Zealand. After amalgamating with Maori Hill in 1972, the club was briefly known as Dunedin North End (1972–1974) and then as North End United, a name we used until 1990. We have twice won the Chatham Cup, in 1959 and 1961, and have been finalists on eight other occasions. At Easter 2013 Northern AFC celebrated its 125th Jubilee with a Reunion.

Jr Maori Hill Contact

Northern was established in 1888 making it the oldest continually operating football club in the Southern Hemisphere, and is based at The Gardens Ground in North Dunedin, New Zealand. After amalgamating with Maori Hill in 1972, the club was briefly known as Dunedin North End (1972–1974) and then as North End United, a name we used until 1990. We have twice won the Chatham Cup, in 1959 and 1961, and have been finalists on eight other occasions. At Easter 2013 Northern AFC celebrated its 125th Jubilee with a Reunion.

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