Wollongong Macedonia

Formed 1976

Formed in 1976 by the Macedonian community of Wollongong as Wollongong United Soccer Club. Since then it has also been known as Wollongong Macedonia and competed in the National Soccer League for one season in 1990-91 when it finished last and was relegated.

  

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Formed 1976

Formed in 1976 by the Macedonian community of Wollongong as Wollongong United Soccer Club.

Upon entering the Premier League in the Illawarra Second division, the club quickly advanced in 1980 to enter the NSW Second division finishing second at season end on its first attempt.

In 1986, the Club reached the top competition in NSW Division 1, now called Super League. In 1989, the Wollongong United F.C completed the season undefeated, to this day, the only club in NSW to do so. This success lead the club to the pinnacle of Australian soccer, playing in the NSL.

It competed in the National Soccer League for one season in 1990-91 as Wollongong Macedonia when it finished last and was relegated.

Between 1991 and 2004, the club played in the NSW State League. In 2004 the Club returned to the local Illawarra Football Association. In 2005, the Club competed in the IFA First Division with an aim to return to the IFA Premier League. Wollongong United finished second and gained promotion into the Premier League for the 2006 season.

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