Payments We Accept

Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Account 2 Account and payment via PayPal.

Transactions will be billed in the ‘currency selected’. The default selected currency is New Zealand Dollar (NZD). Other currencies available for selection are Australian Dollar (AUD), Canadian Dollar (CAD), European Euro (EUR), Japanese Yen (JPY), Swiss Franc (CHF), United Kingdom Pound Sterling (GBP) and United States Dollar (USD).

*Please note that for American Express payments, the selected currency must be NZD for the transaction to be accepted.

*Please note that Account 2 Account payments are available from a New Zealand bank account only.

You will need to submit your payment details at the time the order is placed. A confirmation email will be sent to confirm the goods purchased and the value of the order.

On Your Statement

Please note that “SportNZ Ltd” will be listed on your credit card statement in relation to your order from Champions of the World.


E-Vouchers are available for purchase and redemption from Champions of the World. E-Vouchers are valid for 365 days from purchase date. E-Vouchers are only valid for redemption on this website.

Website and Credit Card Security

All orders are subject to validation and authorization by both Champions of the World, our payment gateway, and the card issuer, to maintain security and prevent fraud.

Champions of the World uses the industry standard Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol, which encrypts your information as it is transmitted over the internet. This encryption scrambles details such as credit card number, billing details and delivery address so that generally, other computers are unable to decipher the information, ensuring privacy and security. To make sure you are accessing a secure server, check for the unbroken key or closed lock symbol located generally either at the bottom left or top right of your browser window. If it appears, then SSL is active. You can double check this by looking at the URL as well. If SSL is active, then the first characters of that line will read ‘https’ rather than just ‘http’.