Program Overview

Designed for Primary School students in Years 3-6, this program is for 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

Designed to support healthy and active lifestyles, this new program is for parents wanting their child to be involved in FREE After School sport, supported by the NSW Government.

The Program focuses on ensuring that all participants are actively engaged in a team sport, as well as learning fundamental football skills.

Wanderers After School Club is held at the Wanderers Fives, Monday to Friday from 3 PM to 5 PM.

Wanderers Fives
Football Drive, Rooty Hill

  • Trained by our highly qualified community coaches, the Wanderers coaching philosophy is of learning through play and teaches fundamental football skills
  • Supported by experienced professionals in After School care programs from Camp Australia
  • Open to Primary School aged boys and girls in Years 3-6
  • Sessions will keep children constantly engaged with co-operative activities to challenge and improve skills
  • Homework Club available on-site
  • All coaches have a current Working With Children Check

Term Two of the Wanderers After School Club will run through the term with a session each day over a ten week period from 3:00pm – 5:00pm.

  • Term Two | Monday 29 April 2024 – Friday 5 July 2024

What You Get


  • Professional coaching from our highly qualified and certificated community coaches
  • Players will train in a safe and enjoyable learning environment


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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.