Wanderers look to bounce back against Tasman United
Hamilton Wanderers look to bounce back immediately after the 5-2 defeat to Team Wellington last weekend. The team's spirit have been boosted by the return of Raymond Gunemba whilst Johnny Konings and Matt Oliver also return to the squad.
Hamilton Wanderers make history with opening win
Hamilton Wanderers started their first ever National League campaign with a win this weekend, a lone goal from Tom Davis in the first half was enough to put the game to bed as Wanderers pass their first challenge at the highest level of New Zealand football.
Hamilton Wanderers look to start campaign with three points
Hamilton Wanderers’ begin life in the Stirling Sports Premiership at home to Southern United. Already tested by the likes of Hawkes Bay United and Eastern Suburbs in two pre-season wins, the Blues now face the first competitive action against a side that has also been active in player acquisitions.
Hamilton Wanderers announce chosen charity for debut Stirling Sports Premiership season
At their first ever Stirling Sports Premiership season launch, Hamilton Wanderers announced their chosen charity for the SSP season, that being Child Matters.
A successful launch to an exciting season
Hamilton Wanderers' hosted their inaugural season launch as they prepare for life in the Stirling Sports Premiership.
Men and Youth show promise in inter-squad friendly
With a 4-1 win over Hawkes Bay United under their belt already, coach Mark Cossey is still looking for that perfect balance in the squad. A friendly against Eastern Suburbs this Saturday, could provide him with a few more answers. The game against the youth itself did provide glimpses of what to expect from both squads this summer.
Winners in Blue
Congratulations to our Women's Federation team.
Melville United vs Men Reserves
The Hamilton Wanderer's Reserve team finds themselves one game from cup glory, after a dominating 4-2 win in the Hamilton Derby against Melville United.
Tauranga City vs Wanderers Men
If there was ever a game to sum up the Hamilton Wanderers this season, then this game against Tauranga would be the one. The stakes were clear from the off, a loss would put Wanderers in serious relegation trouble whilst a win would bring them a massive step closer to survival.
Play your game for Steve
All Whites legend Steve Sumner was never one to shirk a challenge on the pitch and he is taking the same approach to his battle with prostate cancer, which will be in the spotlight this weekend as New Zealand Football urges teams all over the country to ‘Play It For Steve’.