Werribee FC Unity Cup girls team helped launch the announcement of 18 AFL player ambassadors at Flemington.
More than 240 boys and girls came together for a day of football fun at Ross Straw Field, Parkville with Multicultural Projects Officer David Rodan and AFL/VFL Multicultural Development Officers (MDO) from across Melbourne.
The Werribee Football Club continues to support events in Wyndham.
Werribee Football Club wouldn’t be where it is today if it weren’t for the support of such a diverse and passionate local community. Chris Gallagher - WFC’s Community Development Manager - is the man who has helped foster such a strong bond with the local people over the years, a relationship that encourages them to get active and involved in local sport.
Helping Harpley celebrate its first public release of land, the Werribee Football Club joined the celebrations by running football activities and competitions.
The Werribee Football Club hosted the inaugural Wyndham Cup at Avalon Airport Oval @ Chirnside Park.
After 7 weeks the two Werribee Football Club multicultural Auskick programs came to an end.
The Werribee Football Club is pleased to announce that it will work in partnership with the Scanlon Foundation, the Refuge of Hope and the North Melbourne Football Club to develop a Werribee Huddle, as part of the proposed Chirnside Park redevelopment.
The Werribee Football Club entered 4 teams in this year’s Unity Cup tournament held on the 29th March at JJ Holland Park, Kensington.