|Full name||Miramar Rangers AFC|
|Ground||David Farrington Park, Wellington|
|League||Central Premier League|
|2013||Central Premier League, 1st (Champions)|
Miramar Rangers AFC is an amateur New Zealand association football club in the Wellington suburb of Miramar. In 2010 they won the Chatham Cup, the fourth time they have won the trophy. They compete in the Central Premier League and are the 2011 Central Premier League champions having won it for the fourth time.
In 2004 it became one of the founding principal clubs of the Team Wellington franchise in the ASB Premiership, and since then has won the Central Premier League on four occasions in 1997, 2006, 2008 and 2011, the latter being sealed in the final game of the season in a hard fought 3-2 win over Wairarapa United at David Farrington Park.
Miramar won the Chatham Cup in 1966, 1992, 2004 and 2010, and were Central Premier League champions in 1997, 2006, 2008 and 2011. Miramar also won the now-defunct National League in 2002 and 2003; the latter was the final National League season.
Players 2013 Season
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Staff and board members
- President: Peter Becker
- Chairman: Peter Chote
- Coach: Valerio Rugguclia
- Assistant Coach: Mike Smith
- Goalkeeper Coach: Mark Oates
- Manager: Ryan Holland
- Physio : Andrew Smith
- New Zealand National Soccer League Champions 2002, 2003.
- Central Premier League Champions 1997, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2011, 2013.
- Chatham Cup Winners 1966, 1992, 2004, 2010.
- Stu Jacobs 220 1984-00
- David Chote 209 1983-97
- Peter Chote 158 1981-87
- Bobby Peel 122 1986-92
- Mark Cummings 110 1981-91
- Costa Leonidas 106 1981-89
- Brent Pratt 105 1981-89
- David Chote 68 1983-97
- Graham Little 48 2001-03
- John Murphy 48 1991-98
- 7-0 v Canterbury United 2002
- 0-8 v Chch United 1988
Most Goals in a Season
- 22 John Murphy 1991
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