At our club, we provide a positive, rewarding and first class learning environment, one that maximises potential, encourages a sense of belonging and a life-long passion for football.

We share and promote the vision and values of New Zealand Football and aim to deliver best practice in a challenging and professional setting.

We all do better in a club atmosphere that is enjoyable, inclusive and family orientated. We’re proud to be enthusiastic, dedicated and committed to all our members, supporters and volunteers.

With assisted discovery and a progressive development plan for all involved in the game, our aim is to develop talented and intelligent players with individual playing personalities and mental toughness to be competitive. We champion positive team ethics and respect is held in high regard, developing life skills on and off the field.

Grades and teams

We have one of the largest junior clubs in the Wellington region, with over 600 players from 4 to 17 years old playing for our club every weekend. From First Kicks for the pre-schoolers just starting out through to the premier league squads and U17s teams, there are countless opportunities for young boys & girls. FInd out more about these age grades:

First Kicks for players turning 4,5 and 6 this year.

Grade 7-8 (Fun Football) for players turning 7 and 8 this year.

Grade 9-12 (Mini Football) for players turning 9 through to 12 this year.

Youth Football: U13s, U15s & U17s.

Mens including U19s.

Womens + Girls including U18s.

Whether you want to play socially with your friends or push yourself to our top club teams, regional teams and maybe national and international honours, you will find a positive and nurturing environment with a coaching team that loves football as much as you do.

NZ Football framework

We follow the Junior Framework developed by New Zealand Football in its Whole of Football plan. This is specifically designed to ensure every child gets the most from their involvement in football and we strongly recommend that you take some time to read it. You can find additional information on Football Development on the Capital Football website at

We aim to get all players into a team that they are comfortable in so that they can enjoy and develop their football skills and enjoyment.