Tavua F.C.

Tavua F.C.
Full name Tavua Football Club
Nickname(s) Gold Miners
Founded 1942
Ground Garvey Park
Tavua, Fiji
Ground Capacity 1,000
League National Football League (Fiji)
2012 9th

Tavua F.C. (for Football Club) is a Fijian football team playing in the first division of the Fiji Football Association competitions. It is based in Tavua, which is situated on the western side of the main island of Viti Levu, between the town of Rakiraki and the town of Ba. Their home stadium is Garvey Park. Their uniform is gold shirt, black shorts and black socks.


Tavua F.C. was founded in 1942, with the formation of Tavua Football Association, under the leadership of James Naidu.[1] The team languished in the second division has moved up to the first division, and has performed credibly in recent times.


Winner: 1
Runner-up: 0
Winner: 1995
Runner-up: 0
Winner: 0
Runner-up: 1996, 1999
Winner: 1994
Runner-up: 1993

See also


  1. "FIJI FA District Affiliates".


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