Chatham Cup winners list, New Zealand Cup Champions in history

Chatham Cup winners list, New Zealand Cup Champions in history.

 

The Chatham Cup Tournament is the national premiere knockout cup Competition for men’s football teams and has produced notable winners in the past and present.

 

It is a Nationwide knockout Competition involving a team from various leagues across the country.

 

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Chatham Cup most successful teams

 

University-Mount Wellington

When it comes to the New England Chatham Cup, University-Mount Wellington is the most successful team in the country with seven titles.

 

This includes back to back wins between 1982 and 1983.

 

The club’s first triumph was in 1973.

 

Christchurch United – 6 Titles

Eastern Suburbs – 6 Titles

North Shore United – 6 Titles

Central United – 5 Titles

Napier City Rovers – 5 Titles

Manurewa AFC – 4 Titles

Miramar Rangers – 4 Titles

Waterside – 4 Titles

Western – 4 Titles

Cashmere Technical – 2 Titles

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Petone – 3 Titles

Waitakere City – 3 Titles

Western Suburbs – 3 Titles

 

Full list of Chatham Cup winners in history

 

1923 – Seacliff (Otago)

1924 – Harbour Board (Auckland)

1925 – YMCA (Wellington)

1926 – Sunnyside (Christchurch)

1927 – Ponsonby

1928 – Petone

1929 – Tramways (Auckland)

1930 – Petone

1931 – Tramurewa (Auckland)

1932 – Wellington Marist

1933 – Ponsonby

1934 – Thistle (Auckland)

1935 – Hospital (Wellington)

1936 – Western (Christchurch)

1937 – competition cancelled due to lack of entries

1938 – Waterside (Wellington)

1939 – Waterside (Wellington)

1940 – Waterside (Wellington)

1941–44 – no competition due to World War II

1945 – Western (Christchurch)

1946 – Wellington Marist

1947 – Waterside (Wellington)

1948 – Christchurch Technical Old Boys

1949 – Petone

1950 – Eden (Auckland)

1951 – Eastern Suburbs (Auckland)

1952 – North Shore United and Western (Christchurch) (title shared)

1953 – Eastern Suburbs (Auckland)

1954 – Onehunga

1955 – Western (Christchurch)

1956 – Stop Out (Wellington)

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1957 – Seatoun

1958 – Seatoun

1959 – Northern (Dunedin)

1960 – North Shore United

1961 – Northern (Dunedin)

1962 – Hamilton Technical Old Boys

1963 – North Shore United

1964 – Mount Roskill

1965 – Eastern Suburbs (Auckland)

1966 – Miramar Rangers

1967 – North Shore United

1968 – Eastern Suburbs (Auckland)

1969 – Eastern Suburbs (Auckland)

1970 – Blockhouse Bay

1971 – Western Suburbs (Wellington)

1972 – Christchurch United

1973 – Mount Wellington (Auckland)

1974 – Christchurch United

1975 – Christchurch United

1976 – Christchurch United

1977 – Nelson United

1978 – Manurewa

1979 – North Shore United

1980 – Mount Wellington (Auckland)

1981 – Dunedin City

1982 – Mount Wellington (Auckland)

1983 – Mount Wellington (Auckland)

1984 – Manurewa

1985 – Napier City Rovers

1986 – North Shore United

1987 – Gisborne City

1988 – Waikato United

1989 – Christchurch United

1990 – Mount Wellington (Auckland)

1991 – Christchurch United

1992 – Miramar Rangers

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1993 – Napier City Rovers

1994 – Waitakere City

1995 – Waitakere City

1996 – Waitakere City

1997 – Central United (Auckland)

1998 – Central United (Auckland)

1999 – Dunedin Technical

2000 – Napier City Rovers

2001 – University-Mount Wellington (Auckland)

2002 – Napier City Rovers

2003 – University-Mount Wellington (Auckland)

2004 – Miramar Rangers

2005 – Central United (Auckland)

2006 – Western Suburbs (Wellington)

2007 – Central United (Auckland)

2008 – East Coast Bays

2009 – Wellington Olympic

2010 – Miramar Rangers

2011 – Wairarapa United (Masterton)

2012 – Central United

2013 – Cashmere Technical (Christchurch)

2014 – Cashmere Technical (Christchurch)

2015 – Eastern Suburbs

2016 – Birkenhead United (Auckland)

2017 – Onehunga Sports (Auckland)

2018 – Birkenhead United (Auckland)

2019 – Napier City Rovers

2020 – competition cancelled due to Covid-19

 

Conclusion

This article highlights the Chatham Cup winners list, Champions in history.

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