Program Overview

Designed for primary school aged children, this program is open to boys and girls wanting to participate in team sports in a fun and engaging environment during after school hours under the guidance of trained Western Sydney Wanderers community coaches.

Children will be taught the fundamentals of football and work within team environments to build strong communication and listening skills.

Program Outline

Purposefully designed to support active lifestyles, this program is for parents wanting their child to be involved in after-school sport with the main focus being on ensuring all participants are joining in a team sport, learning fundamental football skills and, most importantly, having fun.

The After-School Football Program is held on the Wanderers Fives at Wanderers Football Park from 3 PM to 4:30 PM each Monday and Friday.

Gate B, 81 Eastern Rd, Rooty Hill NSW 2766

  • Trained by our highly qualified community coaches, the Wanderers coaching philosophy is of learning through play and teaches fundamental football skills
  • Open to primary school aged boys and girls
  • Lessons will keep children constantly involved with cooperative activities to challenge and improve skills
  • All coaches have a current Working With Children Check

Term One of the After-School Development Program will run through the second half of the school term with two sessions per week hosted over a five week period every Monday and Wednesday from 3 PM to 4:30 PM.

  • Term One
    Monday 6 March 2023 – Wednesday 5 April 2023

What You Get

  • Wanderers Clinic Uniform (jersey, shorts, socks)
  • Professional coaching from our highly qualified and certificated community coaches
  • Players will train in a safe and enjoyable learning environment

 


Cost

PackageWeeksCost
Term One (10 sessions)5$350.00
Active Kids vouchers are redeemable for this program
Co-Major Partners
Senior Partners
Liberty A-League Women Major Partner

The Western Sydney Wanderers FC respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people on the lands we meet, gather and play on.