The Capital Football W-League is an amateur-status league competition run by Capital Football for association football clubs located in the southern and central parts of the North Island, New Zealand. It is at the second level of New Zealand Football behind the national association based National Women's League, and the highest level of club based football available to teams within the region.
Capital Football is the trading name for the ACT Football Federation Incorporated, the state governing body for soccer in the Australian Capital Territory , but also has affiliated clubs based in surrounding areas of New South Wales. It is affiliated with the Football Federation Australia, the national governing body.
The Capital Football State League is an amateur soccer league system based in the Canberra, Australian Capital Territory region. The league system is organised and run by Capital Football and represents levels two and below in the ACT league pyramid beneath the National Premier Leagues Capital Football for both men and women.
The Federation Cup is a soccer competition established in 1962 that is held between clubs who are affiliated with Capital Football in the Australian Capital Territory and surrounding areas of New South Wales. It is the premier cup competition in the region.
Capital Football is one of seven federations of New Zealand Football, representing the wider Wellington Region, including Hutt Valley, Wairarapa and Horowhenua-Kapiti.
WaiBOP United was a football club based in Hamilton, New Zealand. The club was founded in 2004 and played in the ASB Premiership.