Wanderers take over Liverpool


The Red & Black will be taking over Liverpool on Saturday 12 July with an exclusive coaching clinic and player appearance.

As part of the NRMA Insurance Western Sydney Wanderers- commitment to the region, the Red & Black will team up with Liverpool Council for a special Wanderers coaching clinic for teens in the local Liverpool area.

Starting at 12:30 the Red & Black-s Mateo Poljak, Kwabena Appiah, Shannon Cole, Antony Golec, Tomi Juric and new signing Dean Bouzanis will be available for signatures and photos with Wanderers fans as a part of the one hour meet and greet.

Continuing Western Sydney-s relationship with the Liverpool Council the Wanderers will be taking over the town on the afternoon of Saturday 12 July with an exclusive coaching clinic and player appearance.

From 11am the St Lukes Church Grounds in Liverpool will host a Wanderers- Kick-start crew to conduct an exclusive training session for 50 selected teens from across the region.

Ten players from Liverpool Boys High School and Miller Technology High School will be given a one hour clinic with the coaches as a part of the Wanderers ever-growing relationship with the Western Sydney community.

Following the training session the Liverpool locals will then be invited to meet members of the Hyundai A-League squad with six players from the side taking part in a meet and greet with fans at Westfield Liverpool.

Wanderers CEO John Tsatsimas said the players were looking forward to connecting with fans.

“Community is a core focus for us as a Club and our partnership with Liverpool Council enables us to connect more closely with this great region,” said Tsatsimas.

“Liverpool Council has been a huge supporter of the Wanderers and we love the vibrancy of the city and their passionate fans.”

Speaking on behalf of the Council Liverpool-s Mayor Ned Mannoun celebrated the session as an opportunity for local teens to learn from the best and continue football-s development in the region.

“Like so many Liverpool residents, I-m a huge fan of the Wanderers and have been so proud to see them reach the Grand Final two years in a row,” Mayor Mannoun said.

“Our city has a rich football heritage with clubs which have captivated children for generations… This is a wonderful chance for talented local youngsters to meet their heroes and get some of the best coaching on offer”.