Wanderers in the Community


It was another big week in the community for the Western Sydney Wanderers with White Ribbon Events taking a major focus along with our players making a variety of other appearances.

The Western Sydney Wanderers involved all squads in White Ribbon Day making the pledge to stand up and speak out to help prevent men’s violence against women. Many Hyundai A-League and Westfield W-League players were involved in the White Ribbon Walk with Foxtel National Youth League players attending various small community installations throughout the week. 


Liam Youlley and Josh Macdonald with Penrith Mayor Karen McKeown supporting White Ribbon yesterday. #WhiteRibbonDay #WSW

A photo posted by Western Sydney Wanderers (@wswanderersfc) on Nov 25, 2015 at 4:57pm PST


#Repost @teaganmicah_ from yesterday ・・・ Happy to represent the @wswanderersfc at today’s white ribbon walk to stand up against domestic violence?⚫️⚪️?

A photo posted by Western Sydney Wanderers (@wswanderersfc) on Nov 25, 2015 at 2:49pm PST


We’re taking part in the White Ribbon Convoy today around Western Sydney. Keep an eye out for the Wanderers van! #WhiteRibbonDay #WSW

A photo posted by Western Sydney Wanderers (@wswanderersfc) on Nov 24, 2015 at 2:21pm PST

Daniel Alessi was in attendance at Chifey College’s Bidwill Campus where he took the White Ribbon Pledge and participated in a variety of activations.


Daniel Alessi White Ribbon

Daniel Alessi White Ribbon

Wanderers Youth League midfielder Josh Gaspari attended a WSU Future For All Program which encourages students to dream big and consider all potential possibilities after finishing school.  
The event was held at Western Sydney University’s Hawkesbury Campus with Plumpton Public School in attendance. 
For more information on the Future For All program click here. 


Josh Gaspari WSU Future For All

Josh Gaspari WSU Future For All