New Zealand Southern League 08/20 02:45 17 Green Island AFC vs Dunedin City Royals FC - View
New Zealand Southern League 08/27 00:30 18 Dunedin City Royals FC vs Cashmere Technical - View


New Zealand Southern League 08/13 00:30 16 Dunedin City Royals FC v Selwyn United W 3-2
New Zealand Southern League 08/06 01:30 15 [7] Nomads United v Dunedin City Royals FC [5] W 2-4
New Zealand Cup 07/30 01:00 - Dunedin City Royals FC v Auckland City L 0-6
New Zealand Southern League 07/23 03:00 14 Dunedin City Royals FC v Nelson Suburbs - PPT.
New Zealand Southern League 07/16 02:00 13 Ferrymead Bays v Dunedin City Royals FC W 1-3
New Zealand Cup 07/09 00:30 - Dunedin City Royals FC v Nelson Suburbs W 3-1
New Zealand Southern League 07/02 02:00 12 Coastal Spirit v Dunedin City Royals FC L 1-0
New Zealand Southern League 06/25 00:30 11 Dunedin City Royals FC v Christchurch United L 3-4
New Zealand Cup 06/19 01:00 - Mosgiel AFC v Dunedin City Royals FC W 1-2
New Zealand Southern League 06/11 02:45 10 Mosgiel AFC v Dunedin City Royals FC W 0-2
New Zealand Southern League 05/28 02:00 9 Cashmere Technical v Dunedin City Royals FC L 4-2
New Zealand Southern League 05/21 03:00 8 South City Royals FC v Green Island AFC W 5-0


Matches played 20 9 11
Wins 11 5 6
Draws 1 1 0
Losses 8 3 5
Goals for 48 26 22
Goals against 45 20 25
Clean sheets 3 2 1
Failed to score 4 1 3

Wikipedia - Dunedin City Royals

Dunedin City Royals is an amateur football club based in Dunedin, New Zealand.

Formed in 2021, originally as South City Royals, the club is an initiative between existing Southern Dunedin based clubs, Caversham, Dunedin Technical, Hereweka Junior football club, and Melchester Rovers Junior football club forming a ‘hub’ where certain activities are conducted under a single team. From the 2022 season, the club changed their name and logo to Dunedin City Royals. The team plays in light blue and white which is said to represent the teams location and "reflected the sea, the sky and the waves."

Dunedin City Royals plays in the FootballSouth Premier League and the Southern League, one of three qualifying leagues for the New Zealand National League.

The club also competes in the Chatham Cup, New Zealand's premier knockout tournaments for men. The team received a bye in the 2021 Chatham Cup for the preliminary round so their first game of the competition was in Round 1 against follow FootballSouth Premier League team Roslyn-Wakari, which South City Royals won 3–1. They next faced another local team Mosgiel in Round 2, needing extra time to beat them 2–1.