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|Full name||Matamata Swifts Association Football Club|
|Ground||Matamata Domain, Hohaia St, Matamata, New Zealand|
|League||WaiBOP Federation Premiership League|
|2017||WaiBOP Federation Premiership League
Matamata Swifts competes in the WaiBOP Premiership League during the 2018 season. The club will also compete in the Chatham Cup, having reached a record last 32 position in New Zealand's only national cup competition.
Matamata Swifts Association Football Club was established in 1930 and football has been played at different levels and with varying success every year since.
In 2017,Matamata Swifts AFC will field four senior teams (three men and one ladies), two youth teams (U-19 & U-13), nine junior teams (players aged 8 to 12) and eight mini-kickers teams (players aged 4 to 7). The club sponsors football at Matamata College, which fielded five teams in 2014. Matamata's historical rivals are Te Awamutu FC.
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
- 2010 Promotion to Lotto NRFL Division 1
- 2009 Waikato Bay of Plenty Football Federation Division 1, Winners
- 2008 Waikato Bay of Plenty Football Federation Division 1, Runners-Up
- 2007 Waikato Bay of Plenty Football Federation Division 1, Runners-Up
- 2006 Waikato Premier League, Winners
- 2006 Caper Cup, Winners
- 2005 Waikato Premier League, Winners
- 1995 Northern League Division 4, Runners-Up
- 1994 Northern League Division 4, Runners-Up
- 1985 Northern League Division 4 (South), Winners