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2016 Chatham Cup

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2016 Chatham Cup
Country New Zealand
Defending championsEastern Suburbs
ChampionsBirkenhead United
Runners-upWaitakere City
Jack Batty Memorial TrophyTom Davis

The 2016 Chatham Cup was New Zealand's 89th annual knockout football competition.

The 2016 competition had a preliminary round, a qualification round, and four rounds proper before quarter-finals, semi-finals, and a final. The final, played on 11 September 2016, was won for the first time, by Auckland's Birkenhead United, who beat Waitakere City 3–2 in extra time. The Jack Batty Memorial Trophy for man of the final was won by Birkenheard's Tom Davis.[2][3]


All results and dates are taken from the following sources: The Ultimate New Zealand Soccer Website,[4] RSSSF[5] and Soccerway.[6]

Preliminary round

Northern Region
Bohemian Celtic1–3 Warkworth Colin Maiden Park, Auckland
Central Brown 4–2Auckland VolcanoesBlue Goose, Whangārei
Colo Boys1–3 Cambridge FC Greenhithe War Memorial Park, North Shore
Glen Eden Rangers 6–1Drury UnitedParrs Park, Auckland
Internationale 3–1TokoroaSeddon Fields, Auckland
Kamo 5–1Zamantix RoversKamo Sports Park, Kamo
Matamata Swifts1–2 Otumoetai Matamata Domain, Matamata
Ngongotaha AFC 6–0Old BluesTamarahi Reserve, Ngongotahā
Northern Wairoa2–6 Auckland University War Memorial Park, Wairoa
Papatoetoe United1–3 Ranui Swanson Kolmar Sports Centre, Papatoetoe
Taupo AFC 4–0Rotorua UnitedCrown Reserve, Taupo
Uni-Mount Bohemian Celtic 5–2Northern UnitedBill McKinlay Park, Auckland
Waiheke United 3–0West Hamilton UnitedOnetangi Sports Park, Waiheke Island
Waikato Unicol1–2 Auckland Wanderers Jansen Park, Hamilton
Waitemata 3–0South Auckland RangersMcLeod Park, Te Atatū South
Southern Region
Melchester Rovers2–3 Gore Wanderers AFC Caledonian Ground, Dunedin
Timaru BHS2–6 Timaru Thistle Timaru Boys' High School, Timaru
West End United1–3 Waihopai West End Park, Timaru

All teams listed below received byes to the first round.[7]

Northern Region: Albany United Football Club, Bay Olympic, Birkenhead United FC, Central United FC, Claudelands Rovers, East Coast Bays AFC, Eastern Suburbs AFC, Ellerslie AFC, Forrest Hill Milford AFC, Franklin United, Fencibles United AFC, Glenfield Rovers, Hamilton Wanderers FC, Hibiscus Coast AFC, Mangere United Soccer Club, Manukau City AFC, Manurewa AFC, Melville United AFC, Metro FC, Mt Albert Ponsonby, North Shore United AFC, Onehunga Mangere United, Ngaruawahia United AFC, Onehunga Sports, Oratia United, Papakura City FC, Papatoetoe AFC, Royal NZ Navy, Takapuna AFC, Tauranga City United FC, Te Atatu AFC, Three Kings United, Waitakere City AFC, Western Springs AFC
Central/Capital Region: Brooklyn Northern United, Eastbourne AFC, Island Bay United AFC, Lower Hutt City AFC, Kapiti Coast United, Marist AFC, Miramar Rangers AFC, North Wellington Association Football Club, Petone, Seatoun AFC, Stop Out Sports Club, Stokes Valley Football Club, Tawa AFC, Victoria University of Wellington, AFC Wairarapa United, Wainuiomata AFC, Wellington United, Wellington Olympic, Western Suburbs, Upper Hutt City, Devon Homes Wanganui Athletic, Gisborne Thistle, Havelock North Wanderers AFC, Massey University FC, Moturoa AFC, Napier City Rovers, New Plymouth Rangers AFC, Palmerston North Marist.
Mainland/Southern Region: Caversham AFC, Dunedin Technical AFC, Grant Braes, Green Island AFC, Queens Park AFC, Northern AFC, Northern Hearts AFC, Old Boys AFC, Otago University, Mornington AFC, Mosgiel AFC, Roslyn Wakari AFC, Queenstown Rovers, Burwood AFC, Cashmere Technical, Coastal Spirit FC, FC Nelson, FC Twenty 11, Ferrymead Bays, Halswell United AFC, Nomads United, Parklands United, Selwyn United FC, Richmond Athletic AFC, Wakefield FC, Western AFC, Waimak United FC, Universities.

Round 1

Northern Region
Albany United2–2 (a.e.t.)
(1–3 p)
Te Atatu Rosedale Park, Auckland
Auckland Wanderers2–3 Papakura City
Glen Eden Rangers1–2 Waiheke United Parrs Park, Auckland
Internationale 3–3 (a.e.t.)
(7–6 p)
NavySeddon Fields, Auckland
Kamo0–2 Franklin United Kamo Sports Park, Kamo
Metro 4–1NgongotahaPhyllis Street Reserve, Auckland
Onehunga-Mangere United1–3 Bucklands Beach Māngere Domain, Māngere
Otumoetai1–5 Waitakere City Fergusson Park, Tauranga
Ranui Swanson 7–0Central BrownStarling Park, Waitākere
Central / Capital Region
Tawa 1–0PetoneRedwood Park, Wellington
Western Suburbs 14–1EastbourneEndeavour Park, Porirua
Mainland Region
Burwood0–17 Cashmere Technical Clare Park, Christchurch
Selwyn United 3–0Waimakariri UnitedFoster Park, Christchurch
Wakefield1–5 Richmond Athletic Wakefield Recreation Reserve, Wakefield
Southern Region

*The match between Ngaruawahia and Mangere was originally an on-field 3–0 win for Mangere but they were deemed to have fielded an ineligible player and the result was overturn to a 3–0 loss instead. Ngaruawahia progressed to round two.[8]

All teams listed below received byes to the second round.

Northern Region: Bay Olympic, Birkenhead United, Central United, East Coast Bays, Eastern Suburbs, Forrest Hill-Milford United, Glenfield Rovers, Hamilton Wanderers, Melville United, Onehunga Sports, Tauranga City United, Three Kings United, Western Springs
Capital Region: Marist Palmerston North, Napier City Rovers

Round 2

Northern Region
6 June 2016 Bucklands Beach1–5 Hibiscus Coast Rogers Park, Bucklands Beach
12:00 Report
6 June 2016 Central United 4–2CambridgeKiwitea Street, Auckland
12:00 Report
6 June 2016 Franklin United3–7 Forrest Hill Milford United Bledisloe Park, Pukekohe
12:00 Report
6 June 2016 Internationale1–8 Waitemata Seddon Fields, Auckland
12:00 Report
6 June 2016 Manukau City 1–1
(2–1 p)
North Shore UnitedWalter Massey Park, Māngere
12:00 Report
6 June 2016 Te Atatu 4–3Oratia UnitedTe Atatū Peninsula Park, Auckland
12:00 Report
Central / Capital Region
6 June 2016 Tawa 1–0Wellington MaristRedwood Park, Wellington
12:00 Report
6 June 2016 FC Nelson0–4 Richmond Athletic Victory Square Field, Nelson
11:30 Report

Round 3

Northern Region
25 June 2016 Central United1–2 Waitemata Kiwitea Street, Auckland
14:00 Report
25 June 2016 Hibiscus Coast0–1 Waitakere City Stanmore Bay Park, Whangaparaoa
14:00 Report
25 June 2016 Te Atatu 5–3 (a.e.t.)Waiheke UnitedTe Atatū Peninsula Park, Auckland
14:00 Report
25 June 2016 Manukau City0–2 Bay Olympic Walter Massey Park, Māngere
14:30 Report
25 June 2016 Metro1–3 Three Kings United Phyllis Street Reserve, Auckland
17:00 Report
Central / Capital
26 June 2016 Tawa0–2 Wairarapa United Redwood Park, Wellington
14:00 Report
Mainland / Southern

Round 4

Northern Region
16 July 2016 Waitakere City 3–1WaitemataFred Taylor Park, Waitākere
14:00 Report
16 July 2016 Te Atatu1–2 Three Kings United Te Atatū Peninsula Park, Auckland
14:00 Report
Central / Capital
Mainland / Southern


6 August 2016 Waitakere City 3–1CavershamFred Taylor Park, Waitākere
14:00 Report



Birkenhead United3–2 (a.e.t.)Waitakere City
  • Smith Goal 23'38'
  • Galbraith Goal (111)
Attendance: 4,200+
Referee: John Rowbury


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  3. ^ "Birkenhead United win 2016 Chatham Cup". Radio New Zealand. 11 September 2016. Retrieved 13 April 2021.
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  5. ^ "New Zealand 2015/16". RSSSF. Retrieved 15 April 2021.
  6. ^ "Summary - Chatham Cup - New Zealand". Soccerway. Retrieved 15 April 2021.
  7. ^ "Timaru Boys High 1st XI in contest for Chatham Cup". College Sport Media. Retrieved 13 April 2021.
  8. ^ a b c Voerman, Andrew (1 July 2016). "Ngaruawahia United's second Chatham Cup chance finally arrives". Waikato Times. Stuff. Retrieved 15 April 2021.
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