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Greenhithe Football Club
|Full name||Greenhithe Catimba Football Club|
|Ground||Wainoni Park , Churchouse Rd, Greenhithe, North Shore, New Zealand|
|League||AFF/NFF Men's Conference League|
Greenhithe Football Club is a amateur association football club in the suburb of Greenhithe, Auckland, New Zealand. They are part of the Northern Football Federation competing in the AFF/NFF Men's Conference League. They also compete in the NFF Federation Cup and the New Zealand Chatham Cup.
Originally founded in 1983 as a Junior club only, in 2016 the club changed its name from Greenhithe Junior Football Club to Greenhithe Football Club to prepare to expanded the club and start including senior teams including social and women's football. In their first year offering senior football, the club had six teams competing with five men and one women's team for the 2018 season as part of Northern Football Federation.
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- "Greenhithe cause cupset in Round 1". Northern Football Federation. 14 May 2018. Retrieved 7 June 2018.
- Baker, Amy (6 December 2017). "Football club to offer senior pathways for local players". North Harbour News. Retrieved 7 June 2018.