Wanderers to continue club’s linguistic approach to match day experience

Western Sydney Wanderers FC have today confirmed that all club staff and volunteers this season will acknowledge the languages spoken at the club to increase inclusivity at all home matches this season.

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Club staff and volunteers will have flags on all issued accreditation passes to ensure that non-English speaking members and fans have the opportunity to communicate freely with club representatives on match day.

With a wide range of languages spoken amongst the groups, the linguistic approach to match day is a way to communicate with communities, members and fans, that may not have otherwise participated in the football experience as well as bring cultures together to build a sense of tribalism with the Red & Black. 

Western Sydney Wanderers CEO Scott Hudson welcomed the change to the match day experience.

“As we know, the Western Sydney community represents a range of nationalities and faiths so we are very proud to showcase that diversity on match day,” said Hudson.

“On match day, it is very important that we continue our multicultural and linguistic approach to ensure that all members, partners and fans have a smooth match day experience.

“We look forward to welcoming everyone back to CommBank Stadium on 9 October 2022 when we take on Perth Glory.”