Tuggeranong United

Formed 1977

The history of Tuggeranong United Football Club dates back to 1977, when Kambah United Soccer Club was formed.

In 1978 Wanniassa Soccer Club was formed. In 1985, Wanniassa Soccer Club changed its name to Tuggeranong Soccer Club and in 1986, Kambah United combined with Tuggeranong Soccer Club to form Tuggeranong United Soccer Club.

They currently compete in the National Premier Leagues ACT.

Kit History

Home Kits

2014 FFA Cup
Round of 32

2014 FFA Cup
Round of 16

Away Kits

Background

Formed 1977

The history of Tuggeranong United Football Club dates back to 1977, when Kambah United Soccer Club was formed.

In 1978 Wanniassa Soccer Club was formed. In 1985, Wanniassa Soccer Club changed its name to Tuggeranong Soccer Club and in 1986, Kambah United combined with Tuggeranong Soccer Club to form Tuggeranong United Soccer Club.

In 1989 Tuggeranong United won its first major trophy, the Federation Cup. A knock out competition run in conjunction with the entire league, involving teams from across the top divisions. The club won back to back premierships in 1991 and 1992 and won the Federation Cup again in 1993 and 1994, and narrowly losing the final in 1995. The club were then relegated back to the newly renamed Premier League 2 division for the 1998 season.

In 1999 the club recovered some key players and won the Grand Final in what was then called the State League 1. The win enabled the club to be promoted back into the Premier League. In 2000 the club came runners up in the Federation Cup Grand Final. In 2005 the club came bottom of the Premier League and were relegated into Division 1.

They currently compete in the National Premier Leagues ACT.

In 2014 they participated in the inaugural FFA Cup reaching the Round of 16 before losing to A-League club Melbourne Victory.

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