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|Full name||Mount Albert-Ponsonby AFC|
|Ground||Anderson Park, Mount Albert, Auckland, New Zealand|
|Chairman||Keith Earl |
|League||Lotto Sport Italia NRFL Division 1|
|2016||Lotto Sport Italia NRFL Division 1
Mount Albert-Ponsonby is a semi-professional association football club in Mount Albert, Auckland, New Zealand. They will compete in the Lotto Sport Italia NRFL Division 1 for the 2017 season after narrowly missing out on promotion to the Premier Division after finishing 3rd in 2016.
The team were briefly known, during their second season in the old New Zealand National Soccer League (1972) as Auckland City FC - this being a different team to the current side which has operated under that name since 2004.
Mount Albert-Ponsonby current homeground is Anderson Park, Mt Albert, Auckland. The Balcony attached to the clubrooms is famous in Auckland Football for its noise and banter with opposition supporters and players.
The teams current kit colours are Blue with a Gold trim for the home kit, and Red for the away kit. Its current kit sponsor is Woodview Construction.
The current Manager of Mount Albert-Ponsonby is former Scottish professional Scott MacKay.
Mount Albert-Ponsonby is currently supplied with kits from Lotto Sport Italia. Lotto's sponsorship is never majorily active.
Woodview Construction is the major club sponsor.
- "Central United and Mount Albert-Ponsonby to honour fallen club legend". Stuff.co.nz. 13 March 2017. Retrieved 13 July 2017.