Local Business Suporters

We are so grateful to the following local small businesses who have supported us this past year. We know things are tough for them presently, and would encourage our club members to support them as and when they can. 

Major Sponsors: 2E Electrical & Envisage Kitchens

Please see our Latest News for links regarding our response to COVID-19 and Season Info for detail regarding Season Postponements.

WUAFC Oxford Pies Fundraiser!

MOU BTW WUAFC & NUAFC

So that's a lot of acronyms! Here's what it all means: 

Ngaruawahia United AFC - Official (NUAFC) and Western United AFC (WU) have entered into a 5 year Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to create a solid pathway for Junior players at both clubs. 

The collaborative approach ensures that Junior and Youth players from both Clubs have facilities and player numbers to create competitive teams in the WaiBop Federation’s Youth leagues and then on into Senior football.

The MOU is a partnership approach to developing talent in the area. Western United AFC is a Junior Club with a playing base of over 250 kids. Ngaruawahia United AFC - Official is a Junior and Senior Club with over 150 members across all ages

Glenn McLennan, President of Western United AFC is excited to link up with a club that he enjoyed playing Senior football for and knows of the supportive family environment that exists there.

For Ngaruawahia United AFC - Official, this continues the focus on Junior footballers and creating a sustainable, self-developed player base to grow a competitive Senior football club.

WUAFC Partnership with Adam Thomas Skills Centre

For info about the Adam Thomas Olympic Football, Holiday Programmes, which are a great opportunity for children to develop and learn new football skills, and have loads of fun at the same time, click on the Adam Thomas logo below.