His distinctive bushranger beard has gained a reputation both within the Werribee Football Club and beyond, but Nathan Laracy is preparing to do away with his trademark look in the name of charity.
Werribee’s Towards Zero Diversity Squad will begin its 2017 campaign on Monday when it hosts its first session of the year at Eagle Stadium.
Staff and players from the Werribee Football Club joined Karingal and Matchwork staff to help bring the Workplace Big Day Out to Wyndham.
Over 70 Auskickers and junior footballers attended the annual Auskick Superclinic held at Avalon Airport Oval and run by the Werribee Football Club and its AFL affiliate North Melbourne.
The Werribee Football Club welcomed its AFL partner the North Melbourne Football Club to Wyndham for its annual Australia Post Community Camp.
Werribee FC Unity Cup girls team helped launch the announcement of 18 AFL player ambassadors at Flemington.
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 10th edition of the AFL Victoria Unity Cup on Sunday provided plenty of cause for celebration for all involved, but Werribee had extra reason to smile after notching up a third title in four years.
The Werribee Football Club hosted the annual Wyndham level 0 Auskick coaching course on May 2nd under the guidance of Community Development Manager, Chris Gallagher.
The annual Unity Cup took place at JJ Holland Park on Sunday March 20th with 16 boys teams and 10 girls teams competing.
See who the big winners were in the 2016 WFC Golf Day.
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.