Run by the St Patrick's College Football Club, in 2023 we fielded 9 teams comprising of over 150 players. Coaching is provided by professional coaches, staff, old boys, parents and senior students.
Our 1st XI play in a number of traditional fixtures. They were unbeaten in all their traditional matches this year. In 2017 they won the Wellington Premier Grade and finished in the top 8 at the NZSS National Championships. In 2018 they finished in the top 4 of the NZSS National Championships, the highest placing of any Wellington school.
In 2023, the U-15A team finished 8th at the North Island Champs in Tauranga.
All our teams play in the College Sport Wellington leagues with games played either Friday nights, Saturday mornings or Saturday afternoons, depending on grade/division. This year the 3rd XI and Year 9 teams won their respective grades, while the Year 10 team were beaten finalists.
We offer senior students the opportunity to undertake coaching and refereeing qualifications.
Year 11 student Charlie Hale was selected into the New Zealand Secondary Schools U16 team.
Year 11 goal keeper Eamonn McCarron was selected in the NZ team for the U17 FIFA World Cup in Indonesia.
Recent old boys Kosta Barbarouses (Wellington Phoenix), Clayton Lewis (Wellington Phoenix), James McGarry (Newcastle Jets), and Liberato Cacace (Empoli FC) have all played for the All Whites. While Jackson Manuel and Noah Karunaratne both debuted for the Wellington Phoenix in 2022. Many of our players have been invited to NZ U-17 and U-20 camps with some involved in the Oceania Qualifiers for the World Cup.
The SPCFC committee consists of staff, old boys, parents and members of the community who are football supporters. Committee members have allocated portfolio responsibilities. We welcome any parental involvement in the running of our code, if you think you can help out in any way or require further information, please contact Director of Sport Jonathan Millmow.