The Werribee Football Club in conjunction with the Western Region Football League (WRFL) and AFL Victoria recently hosted a local junior coaches workshop attended by over 50 coaches from clubs in the Wyndham region and beyond.
The words ‘we are all in this together’ are easy to say but often hard to actually demonstrate. It may not be much, but we want to help as much as we can by offering our social media platforms to let people know what is happening in your business.
“The Werribee Football Club has always championed its people as its biggest asset and the health and wellbeing of every Werribee person, on and off the field, is the number one priority. While football is an important part of all our lives, we are in the middle of unchartered territory and the game can wait while we deal with a much greater challenge”.
Werribee’s community department joined forces with club sponsor Skybus at the recent Wyndham Holi - Festival of Colours organised by the Victorian Cultural Association.
In what has become a most challenging and changing global situation, rest assured we are following all the protocols regarding the 2020 season and the health and safety of our people is our number one priority.
Club photographer Belinda Vitacca captured all the action from our practice match win over Geelong on a cold and windy Friday night at Deakin University, Waurn Ponds.
Werribee opened its preseason account with a hard-fought 15-point win over Geelong VFL on a cold and windy Friday night at Deakin University, Waurn Ponds.
The Werribee Football Club is pleased to announce the signing of former AFL Next Generation Academy (NGA) members Emmanuel Ajang and Phillip Moimoi.
Werribee excitement machine Bior Malual has today been unveiled as a VFL Multicultural Player Ambassador for 2020.
Ahead of the 2020 VFL season, local state MPs have banded together to show their support for the standalone VFL club in their electorate.