Clyde, Central Otago, New Zealand


The Club

The Clyde Football Club was formed in 1889; first winning the local competition three years later.  In 1925; the Earnscleugh Club was formed in the famous fruit-growing region over the Clutha River.  In 1929; the two Clubs merged, although for many years, the Clyde versus Earnscleugh derby remained one of the most fiercely fought games of the season.

Based in the Clyde Holiday Park; the Club features modern changing facilities and its own Clubrooms and a bar that has many a tale to tell of post-match festivities.

The Clyde Premier team has reached the play-offs in 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2014