Western Suburbs

Western Suburbs (Wests) is an association football club in Porirua, New Zealand. They play their home matches at Endeavour Park in the Porirua suburb of Whitby and compete in the Central Premier League.

Western Suburbs have won the Chatham Cup thrice (1935, 1971, 2006) and the Central Premier League on five occasions (1996, 1998, 2005, 2007, 2009).

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