Please find as follows important information pertaining to Olympic senior teams for 2022:

​​​​​​​Wellington Olympic is fielding six senior teams this season:

• Central League (National League)

• Capital Premier (Reserves)

• Capital 1

• Wellington Division 1 ("Cosmos")

• Masters 2 ("TFTs")

. Wellington Women's Division 3

This year the TFT's celebrate their 30th year with Olympic, an association we are all extremely proud of and humbled by.  The TFTs were affectionately known as "The Doctors Team" when they first joined the Club with brothers Chris and Michael Leach as the team's drivers.  In their 30th anniversary, Michael is again at the helm with Chris coming out of retirement to make this season an auspicious one for them, the TFTs and Olympic.  CONGRATULATIONS TFTs!!

After a silent five years, Wellington Olympic are excited that we have again introduced our Women's team back on the field.  A mixture of experience is not going to stop these players giving it their all this season and we're looking forward to some real excitement and fun!  Welcome back Wellington Olympic Women's team!!

Senior Football Player Subs - 2022

Annual fees are to be advised however a $150 deposit will be required to be paid on registration

Player Registrations

All senior soccer players MUST be registered with Olympic prior to season kickoff. Please complete registration through this website.  Any queries, please contact the Club Membership Officer Nina Papadopoulos by email or by mobile 021 262 7487.  Only registered players will be eligible to take the field.

Clubrooms Attendance

It is a requirement of Olympic AFC that ALL club players do their best to come back to the clubrooms at completion of their games. The Olympic AFC clubrooms are Wakefield Park. Clubrooms will be open for players and supporters for every Saturday home games.


At this time, vaccine passport mandates have been removed and all players regardless of vaccination status are eligible to play.

Home Grounds

Central League: Wakefield Park 2

Premier Team: Wakefield Park 2

Senior Teams: Wakefield Park 2

Kickoff Times

Saturdays/Sundays: TBA (Please keep an eye out on the home page under match Info. 

Senior Football Training

Both the Central League and Premier Reserve team are to train at Wakefield Park 2, Island Bay. 

Facilities include:Wakefield Park

  • Wellington Olympic AFC Clubrooms
  • Changing Room x2
  • Showers and toilet
  • Full-sized, all-weather artificial sportsfield installed July 2011
  • New floodlights

All training equipment is secured in lockup cupboards which require keys to access.

Access codes and keys: 
Club Chairperson
Paul Kotrotsos   021-728-567              

Nets & Flags

Nets are available to teams on request. Please contact an Olympic committee member to arrange. Some lower division and masters teams do not require nets and flags to play a match.

Team Gear

Olympic will supply the following gear and equipment to each senior team:

1 x match ball

2 x warmup balls

1 x playing strip inclusive of shirts, shorts and socks (includes goalkeepers strip)

1 x medical kit

1 x whistle

All gear is singed for by the team manager/organiser who is responsible to return ALL gear at completion of the season.

Some teams will be supplied with additonal gear like tracksuits and bags as they become available.

Playing Colours

All Olympic senior teams play in Royal blue and/or white. A white "change strip" is available on request prior to a weekend game where colours may clash with opposition.


Fines that will be imposed on teams and individuals as follows:

  • Any fines for violent or abusive behaviour incurred by any player in your team
  • Fines from Capital Football for failing to send team card in or not phoning in home team result
  • Behaviour that brings Olympic AFC into disrepute

Fines must be paid prior to the teams next game. Failure to pay fines on time could see the teams next game defaulted until payment is made.

Team Behaviour

A good standard of behaviour is expected of all players before, during and after their matches. Olympic reserves the right to fine, ban or expell players who mis-represent the club.

Procedures for reporting match day "incidents": Any incidents involving Olympic players and opposition team players MUST be reported to the Olympic club chairman NO LATER than the Monday following the match. Reports accepted only by email to: 


If our team wants to change the kick-off time or day of a match, what do we do?

Our team wants to bring in players from a team from a higher division. What is the procedure for this?

The opposition team is not ready at kick-off time. How long must we wait?

An incident has occurred in the game and the game is abandoned before the final whistle?

What happens if our opposition has strips with clashing colours?

What is the minimum requirement of players in a team before a game can kick-off?