Island Bay United

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Island Bay United AFC
Island Bay United (logo).png
Full name Island Bay United Association Football Club
Nickname(s) The Sharks
Founded 1931, as Wellington Technical College Old Boys
Ground Wakefield Park, Wellington
Chairman Nick Goodall
Manager Mick Waitt
League Capital Premier League

Island Bay United is an association football club in the southern suburb of Island Bay in Wellington, New Zealand. The club was founded in 1931 as Wellington Technical College Old Boys. In 1966 the name was changed to Island Bay United. Island Bay United currently play in the Capital Premier League in the Capital Federation and are managed by ex New Zealand National team manager Mick Waitt.


As of 22 March 2012.[1]

Club Statistics[edit]


Central League Premier 1999 Central League Division 1 1995, 1997 Central League Division 2 1983 Central League Division 3 1998 Hilton Petone Cup 1998 Venus Shield 1996 Central League Division 3 Sth 1982 Wellington Division 2 1936, 1980 Wellington Division 3 1974 Wellington Division 1B 1948

Central League Record

Central Premier Division 2010 Capital Premier 2005–09 Federation Premier 2000–04 Premier Division 1996, 1998–99 Division 1 1984–86, 1994–95 and 1997 Division 2 1983, 1987–93 Division 3 South 1982

Current squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 New Zealand GK William Stockill
2 Argentina DF Marcelo Ricardo
3 New Zealand DF James Eadie
4 New Zealand DF Jack Williams
5 Argentina MF Mario Barcia
6 New Zealand DF Finn Sorger
7 Argentina FW Justo Montenegro
8 Scotland FW Ian Paterson
9 Argentina FW Facundo Barbero
10 New Zealand FW Caleb Hibron
11 New Zealand MF Andrew Wood
12 New Zealand DF Hayden Flett
13 New Zealand DF Paul Muollo
14 New Zealand MF Ronal Prasad
15 New Zealand MF Callum Holmes
16 New Zealand MF Ruairi Cahill-Fleury
17 New Zealand FW Joss Knol
18 New Zealand MF Cameron Hickey
19 New Zealand GK Sam Bakker


  1. ^ "Players". Island Bay United. Archived from the original on 19 March 2012. Retrieved 22 March 2012. 

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