The Werribee Football Club’s reciprocal membership program is back for season 2019 to provide you with the benefits of four clubs for the price of one.
Werribee has added a dose of big-name local talent to its 2019 list with the signing of former North Melbourne AFL-listed utility Oscar Junker.
The 2019 Unity Cup may be months away, but Werribeecommunity development manager and “Cups King” Chris Gallagher is already plotting his next premiership.
The Werribee Football Club is pleased to announce appointment of James Canale as development coach for season 2019.
Werribee captain Michael Sodomaco has officially become his club’s longest-serving current player by re-signing for 2019.
The Werribee Football Club has been greatly saddened by the passing of Louis Tardrew at the age of 64 after a short but brave battle with illness.
Werribee may not have had any players taken at the 2018 AFL Draft, but the selections of Darcy Fort and Jordon Butts did ensure the event had some level of Werribee presence.
Werribee has further shored up its playing list for season 2019 by re-signing ruckman Jack Berry and defender Louis Pinnuck.
Night one of pre-season is done and dusted! With new senior coach Mark Williams at the helm, the returning Werribee boys acquainted themselves with a few new faces as they re-acquainted themselves with Avalon Airport Oval for an action-packed first-up session.
Werribee has moved one step closer to finalising its 2019 coaching structure with the appointments of assistant coaches Jeff Andrews and Jack Fitzpatrick to new roles.