Future Wander Women Program returns

Western Sydney Wanderers FC are proud to confirm the return of the club’s Future Wander Women Program (FWWP) which is set to double in size from 30 to 60 athletes over 20-weeks at Wanderers Football Park.

To register for the FREE trial for the Future Wander Women Program click here.

As well as extending the numbers for this program, the Wanderers, supported by the Wanderers Foundation, have expanded the age range for the program to U10s – U16s (born 2006 – 2012).

Last year 188 young female athletes attended the trials over two weeks with Wanderers Academy Technical Director Ian Crook, Wanderers Academy coaches, Future Wander Women head coach Linda Khamis and coaching staff watching over selections with Wanderers midfield ace Libby Copus-Brown supporting.

The FREE 20-week training program is supported by the Wanderers Foundation and contributors ICC Development Group, Western Sydney University, Intermain, Interactive Accounting and Cook’s Plumbing. 

Western Sydney Wanderers CEO John Tsatsimas said he was delighted that the free program was running for a second year in a row.

“Following the success of the Future Wander Women Program last year, we are proud that the Wanderers Foundation and our generous donors have come together again to not only continue the program, but also expand the number of participants,” said Tsatsimas.

“It is very important for us to give an opportunity to young female athletes in Western Sydney to continue their development and growth, and we hope that the Future Wander Women Program can continue for years to come.”

To register for the FREE trial for the Future Wander Women Program click here.