Werribee is pleased to welcome Wylie Buzza to Avalon Airport Oval for season 2021 after five years in the AFL system with Geelong and Port Adelaide.
It is with mixed emotions that the Werribee Football Club farewells senior coach Mark Williams. After two years at the helm, Williams has accepted a role with the Melbourne Football Club as Head of Football Development.
Werribee’s list for the 2021 VFL and East Coast second-tier competition has begun taking shape with a core group of players recommitting to the club for a season like no other.
The Werribee Football Club is mourning the loss of Andrew Gribble, father of Tom, the club’s reigning Liston Medallist and Bruce Montgomery Trophy winner.
The AFL today wrote to all VFL and East Coast Second-Tier Clubs to advise the AFL Commission had approved changes to the Laws of Australian Football to be implemented in the 2021 VFL and East Coast Second-Tier Competition.
The 2021 season will look a lot different to any before it, and naturally that means changes all ’round the club. President Martin Carter and CEO Mark Penaluna got together to answer some of the questions regarding the club moving forward into the new competition.
The Werribee Football Club advises that Football Manager Stu Balloch is leaving the club. Stu is pursuing a new career path after 11 years at Avalon Airport Oval in two stints.
In light of yesterday's AFL announcement regarding the 2021 VFL/East Coast Competition, Werribee Football Club president Martin Carter provides an update to members and supporters.
The Werribee Football Club's licence to be a part of the 2021 VFL and East Coast Second-Tier Competition has been accepted.
In this edition, 25 years on, we remember the events of 1995. Then General Manager Ivo Havard gives the story from inside the club while Ken Gannon talks about being on the other side of what transpired. The Chirnside Park Rally and more.