Kiwi F.C.

Kiwi Soccer Club is a football club from the Samoan capital Apia, Samoa plays in the Premier League, the highest American- Samoan football league.

  • 3.1 Achievements


Kiwi FC was founded in 1977 by neuseelandischen students in Apia. The club won seven years after its founding in the 1984 season his first championship in Upolu First Division and won the championship again in the subsequent year. This was followed by another win in 1997, in the newly formed Champ of Champions League. After the Samoa Football Federation was founded in 2006 with the Samoan Premier League, Kiwi won in 2011 and again in 2012 the Samoan championship. In addition, the club reached the 1997 Cup final of Western Samoa for the first time.

In 2010, then Kiwi the only previous Samoa Cup, after a 3-0 final victory over Moaula United win. In the following two years you could each reach the final but lost in 2011 after a 5-2 ibid. Moaula United and 2012 after a 2-1 after extra Lupe ole Soaga. In October, the first time you could move into the crucial qualifying tournament for the OFC Champions League in the club's history. The club sat in the OCL Preliminary Tournament in American Samoa with three victories over the host Pago Youth of American Samoa, Tonga and United Lotoha'apai Tupapa Maraerenga of the Cook Islands through. On 19 October 2013, the club won the deciding game in the Pago Park Soccer Stadium on American Samoa, 3-0 over Tupapa Maraerenga of the Cook Islands and qualified for the first time in the history of the OFC Champions League.

Squad 2013/14

  • Stand October 21, 2013 ( Qualifying round of the OFC Champions League)


  • Upolu First Division: (2) 1984, 1985
  • Champ of Champions 1 1997
  • Samoa Premier League: (2) 2011, 2012
  • Samoa Cup: ( 1) 2010


Play their home games the team in the 3,500 -seat border Football Federation Samoa bra on Field 3 from Apia.

Women's Soccer

The club has since 2000 also a women's football team that plays in the Samoan women's football league, the GM Bakery Ladies First Division. The association could reach the final tournament of the Cup competition in 2000, but was only second behind Matautu Youth. A year later, the team celebrated after a 4-0 final win over the Lepea Soccer Club, his first title. A year later in the 2002 season, the team then celebrated their first double of league and cup. This was followed in 2004 and 2007 and 2011 three more championships in the successor league of GM Bakery Ladies First Division.


  • Women Premier League (1) 2002
  • GM Bakery Ladies First Division: (2) 2004, 2007, 2011
  • Women Cup: (2) 2001, 2002
  • Champ of Champs: ( 1) 2003
  • Samoa Cup: (2) 2011, 2012