2024 Future Wander Women Squad Announced

The squad has been confirmed for the 2024 Future Wander Women Program.

This year, the FREE program has expanded to 100 participants (including 10 goalkeepers) and up to U18s players thanks to the support of the NSW Government, Wanderers Foundation and contributors, Carer Gateway – Wellways, Cook’s Plumbing Supplies, Scendar, Vaccaro Group, Business NSW, Business Western Sydney, Intermain and Western Sydney University.

Running over Terms 2 and 3 of the school calendar in a 20-week block, the Future Wander Women Program is an opportunity to be discovered, mentored and developed as the next superstar in Western Sydney.

The program will have an All Star line-up of coaches including Wanderers Head of Women’s Football Tom Sermanni, Wanderers Liberty A-League head coach Robbie Hooker, Wanderers Liberty A-League assistant coach Sam McGowan, Wanderers community coaches Geoff Abrahams and Linda Khamis as well as Wanderers Academy Goalkeeping coach and Australian football legend Jimmy Fraser.

The program will officially kicked off last night at Wanderers Football Park with players being taught new skills and techniques to improve their game based on the club’s highly regarded coaching curriculum.

Western Sydney Wanderers CEO Scott Hudson said he was proud of the program’s expansion and growth in its third year.

“When we launched the Future Wander Women Program in 2021, it was the first of its kind and we were determined to be able to create a free elite pathway for the next generation of superstars,” said Hudson.

“With the support of the Wanderers Foundation and a number of fantastic donors, we have been able to expand the program every single year to give more young female players the opportunity to learn and train in the Wanderers environment. 

“This year we had over 500 young players trial for the program, which is an astonishing amount and speaks to the level of interest we have had in this quality program.

“I congratulate the 100 players that have been selected in the 2024 Future Wander Women squad and look forward to seeing them in the future playing for our Liberty A-League team.”

2024 Future Wander Women squad: Aaliyah Wawi, Abby Beck, Abigail Bryant, Ahlynka Button, Alara Turkkan, Aleksandra Doran, Alessandra Ronsisvalle, Alexandra Wyrzynski, Alexis  Dee, Alexis Mallia, Alexis Mcinnes, Alison Bradbury, Allegra Rademeyer, Amelie Kelly, Anastasia Karaberis, Angelina Ninkovic, Angelina Zaiter, Anjelica Bevacqua, Annabella Sciberras, Annabelle Kalimeris, Arddun Surjan, Asha Sutton, Ava Morvillo. Billy-Rose Taliai, Chloe Spresian, Christiana Saha, Denise Justice, Ellie Alexander, Emilia Bruzzese, Emily Cumming, Emily Denford, Emily Kot, Emma Trocel, Fatemah Yaghi, Gabriella Baker, Georgiana Brown, Grace Cho-Triganza, Grace Duggan, Hannah Farag, Hayley Muir, Indy Aquilina, Isla Belanszky, Isobel Deane, Isobella Lytsioulis, Ivana Franulovic, Jacinta Gulabovski, Jade Guichon, Jade Jones, Jade Mcgarity, Jamie Clarke, Jessica Forde, Jeyda Turkkan, Jirelle Boutros, Keziah Behringer, Laylah Barton, Leila Tulich, Lexi Angland, Liana Romeo, Lucy Watkins, Mackenzie Bradstock, Maddison Machon, Maddison Tannous, Madeline Angel, Margarida De Sliva, Mariyah Hammoud, Marlee Deane, Mary Hussain, Maya Farrell, Mia Nataly, Mila Stribl, Millie Senatore , Miriam Zumaya, Moriah Lo Basso, Niya Dcunha, Nova Russell, Olivia D’Alessandro, Olivia Riquelme, Paige Cuthill, Paige Edwards, Romany Janssens, Ruby Drosos, Scarlett Burgess, Scarlett Leplaw, Shayla Malouf, Sienna Mearns, Sienna Pace, Sierra Toddie, Sofia Giraldo, Sofia Zarantonello, Summer Smith, Tayla Murgovski, Valentina Riquelme, Zara Ayoub, Zara Phillips, Zara Woodward