|Full name||Wairarapa United|
|Ground||Memorial Park |
Masterton, New Zealand
|2017||Central League, 2nd|
The club was formed by the merger of Masterton and Carterton in 1996.
The club has competed in the Central League since 2009. In Wairarapa's first season in the Central League, the club finished sixth in the league. Wairarapa's highest finish in the league is third place which they placed in both 2010 and 2011.
The club defeated four-time champions Napier Rovers 2–1 to win the Chatham Cup in 2011. This was Wairarapa's first time appearing in the final of the Chatham Cup. After the match, long serving coach Phil Keinzley stepped down from the role of coaching Wairarapa; only to latter continue the role. Keinzley is now attempting to fund for build a $2.5 million home ground for the team in Masterton.
In 2013 Wairarapa United switched their home ground; previously using Howard Booth Park in Carterton for the 2013 Central Premier League season, they now use Memorial Park in Masterton.
- Chatham Cup: 2011
- Rod Pelosi Challenge Trophy: 2008
- Capital Football Div One: 2005
The following players have made an international cap while playing for Wairarapa United
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- 'Huge' investment in Wairarapa United – Local Sport – Wairarapa