Club Information

ABOUT QAFC

Established in 1983 Queenstown Associated Football Club started with approximately 50 members; it now boasts over 300 members and is the Premier Club within the Central Otago region.

Today the club is at the head of the community operating under a team of committed volunteers. Our club fields men’s and women’s teams in the Dunedin Premier competition. Our junior teams play in the Central Otago competition.

OUR GROUND

Sir John Davies Oval
Queenstown Events Centre
Joe O’Connell Drive
Frankton
Queenstown 9371
In recent years the playing turf has been re-laid, the ground boasts a home grandstand making for the most enjoyable spectator experience.

CLUB BANK DETAILS

For any direct payments please use the following account details:

 

Bank ASB
Sort Code 12-3657
Account No. 0002338-00

COMMITTEE MEMBERS AND AMBASSADORS

President

Phil Ingham

p: 021 020 07183

ABOUT PHIL

I have been involved in football all my life.
I played semi-professionally in England from 17 to 37 years old, and then left the UK for a job in the Far East where I continued to play (at ever reducing levels!) for the next 20 years.

I then moved to Wellington to be with my Kiwi wife Sarah (a farmers daughter form Tapanui) and in Wellington I played Veteran’s football, before moving to Queenstown at the end of 2015.

I was warmly greeted by Queenstown Football Club and managed to play for the Club in the Central Otago League before finally having to give up at age 68.

As you can see I continue to be involved in football and hope to be so for some years to come!

Vice-President

Ian Collin

p: 021 192 3855

Secretary

Carly Blackburn

p: 021 087 67834

Treasurer

Sally Marriage

p: 021 781 024

Grants Co-ordinator

Deborah Husheer

p: 027 210 1570

Committee Member

Jamie Whitmarsh

p: 021 085 10282

Committee Member

Tua Hollebon

p: 021 211 9224

Committee Member

Steve Henderson

p: 021 424 322

HONOURS BOARD

(Please note recognition from 2017 onwards)

Seniors Men

2019

Coach: Jamie Whitmarsh

Captain: Lewis Walters

Player of Year: Daniel Bocattios

Runners up – Dunedin Premier Competition

2018

Coach: Jamie Whitmarsh

Captain: Gareth Beale

Player of Year: Josh Cartman

South Island Championships

Reserves Men

2019

Coach: Steve Henderson

2018

Coach: Steve Henderson

2017

Coach: Steve Henderson

Seniors Women

2019

Coach: Mark Ford

Captain: Amy HIlsop

Player of Year: Amy Hilsop

Premier League Player of the Season: Amy Hilsop

Runners up – Dunedin Premier Competition

2018

Coach: Toby Reid

Captain: Claire Jones

Player of Year: Amy Hilsop

Runners up – Dunedin Premier Competition

2017

Coach: Toby Reid

Captain: Claire Jones

Player of Year: Ellie Isaacs

Premier League Player of the Season: Ellie Isaacs

Presidents Award QAFC Junior Player of the Year

2019

Tobin Wilson

2018

Todd Vermier

QAFC POLICIES

Queenstown Association Football Club- Strategic Plan 2020-2024

 Football is the World’s favourite sport.

Queenstown Association Football Club (QAFC) is in its relevant infancy and yet is already a successful club. This is largely due to the dedication of past and present committee members. The club has some solid foundations and currently has a members in excess of 250.

Like all sports and clubs we operate in a challenging and changing environment. The importance of remaining relevant, competitive and focussing on our values remains a vital part of our strategy.Our strategic plan outlines the vision, mission and goals for the club over the next four years from 2020-2024.

Vision

To be a community club providing great football experiences for all our players. Delivering a wide range of playing opportunities and developing young players.

Mission

To provide the best junior football development programmes in our region; in an environment where all players can learn, progress enjoy their football.

Values

To be a community club providing great football experiences for all our players. Delivering a wide range of playing opportunities and developing young players.

Unity

within the wider football community.

Quality

of the football experiences we offer.

Respect

for each other; players, coaches, supporters and referees.