Future Wander Women Program locked in for 2023

Trial registrations are now open for the Western Sydney Wanderers Future Wander Women Program.

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With the FIFA Women’s World Cup fast approaching and rising interest in the world game on Australia shores, the Future Wander Women Program is an opportunity to be discovered, mentored and developed as the next superstar in Western Sydney.

Thank you to the support of Wanderers Foundation partners ICC Development Group, Scendar, Cook’s Plumbing Supplies, Business NSW, Business Western Sydney, Intermain and Western Sydney University the FREE program is now open for trials to girls aged 10-16 years old.

Run over 20-weeks, the FREE program is player-centric and driven with the outcome to provide players for the Red & Black’s Liberty A-League Women and national team.

Scendar Managing Director Gareth Bryant spoke about the importance of supporting the next generation of footballers from Western Sydney.

“Putting female football on level footing with their male counterparts is vital for us,” said Bryant.

“We want to ensure that the next generation of Wanderers and Matildas have every opportunity to come out of Western Sydney.”

Cooks Plumbing Services Group Financial Controller Andrew Reynolds said he was filled with immense pride in supporting the program.

“When we were provided with the opportunity to help support a fee free academy for young women in Western Sydney we thought it was a good opportunity to develop the potential of emerging footballers in the region.

“The pleasant surprise has been the realisation that we are simply buttressing an already existing strong football community that has been driven with the support of families, coaches and players.

“To help resource an already committed group of people who represent Western Sydney and the success of that program has been a source of immense pride.”

Intermain Managing Director Andrew Johnson said he was proud to support the program in the World Cup year.

“It’s great to support the Future Wander Women Program and see the development of the next generation of female players, especially in light of the Women’s World Cup being hosted in Australia this year.”

Click here to register for the trial.