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Oct 17, 2018   |  12:38AM AET

Wanderers sign MOU with Canterbury District Football Association

Wanderers sign MOU with Canterbury District Football Association

Western Sydney Wanderers today announced the official signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Canterbury District Football Association (CDSFA).

The MOU outlined key opportunities and activities between the Wanderers and CDSFA and reaffirmed the strong relationship that has been forged over the past four years.

CDSFA are one of the Wanderers 10 key associations including Gladesville Hornsby, Macarthur, Southern Districts, Nepean, Granville, The Hills, Northwest Sydney Womens Football Association, Bankstown and Blacktown Associations. 

Formed in 1923, CDSFA is Football NSW’s fourth largest association with nearly 17,000 members.

With a number of significant leverage activities in the association’s catchment including the Wanderers Schools Cup, clinics, school programs and match day presence the relationship continues the integral community approach the Wanderers have taken in the Western Sydney region since the Club’s inception.

MOU

Wanderers CEO John Tsastimas said the MOU was the evolution of the ongoing relationship and activity the club has already undertaken with the association.

“We have been delighted with the relationship forged with Canterbury Districts Football Association over the last four years and we look forward to being able to service this region as part of our community engagement principles, particularly with new and emerging communities, ” said Tsatsimas.

“Our work in this region provides the many current and future Wanderers fans and members an opportunity to engage with our club and programs and supports the participation and football advocacy growth in this vibrant region.”