Cambridge F.C. is a football (soccer) club in Cambridge, New Zealand. They are the 2015 champions of the WaiBOP Premiership, run by the Waikato/Bay of Plenty Football Federation.
Cambridge has eight senior men's teams and three women's teams competing in the Bay of Plenty and Waikato regions. Men's teams play in the WaiBOP Premiership (formerly Federation One) and WaiBOP Championship (formerly Federation Two), the Waikato A, B (2), C, and D (2) divisions and a Sunday league team known as the Red Devils. The women's teams play in the Waikato A, B and C divisions. The club also fields boys' and girls' youth teams and has about 430 junior team players (under 16).
The club was founded in 1948 and has played at John Kerkhof Park, Cambridge, New Zealand, since 1967. The teams play in red and white, a legacy of the club's first president Vic Butler's support of Arsenal F.C..
The club achieved its first significant success at senior level, winning the Northern League’s 4th Division in 1979 and again in 1986. In 1989, it won the Northern League 3rd division title.