Seatoun AFC is a football (soccer) club in New Zealand, based in the Wellington suburb of Seatoun. One of the strongest clubs in the country during the 1950s, it won the national knockout Chatham Cup in 1957 and 1958. Their 1958 win, a 7-1 win over Christchurch City, remains the highest score by any team in a Chatham Cup final (equalled in 1989 by Christchurch United).
Seatoun Association Football Club has provided football for men, women and juniors for over 100 years. The club was established in 1909 and celebrated its centenary in 2009. Seatoun has produced 11 All Whites.