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Important Club Announcement - Technical Director

October 27th, 2020

Werribee City FC is thrilled to announce the appointment of Robert Taylor as the clubs new Technical Director. This critical role at the club has been filled by an individual who has both passion for and genuine experience in the Technical Director role and a fundamental understanding of what the club expects and requires of the role.
Robert is an ex-pat British citizen coming to Australia in 2011 to play for the Southern Stars in the State League first division, winning promotion with the club in that year to the then Victorian Premier League. In the UK, Robert played at Conference Level including as a full time professional footballer for Forest Green Rovers for 2 years. Robert has played for the following clubs in Victoria over the last 10 years:
• Southern Stars (VPL)
• Eastern Lions (State League 1)
• Richmond SC (NPL - club captain)
• Knox United
In terms of coaching, Robert has been part of the Knox United coaching team for close to 10 years and has always mixed his coaching at Knox with his Victorian playing career. He is a fully qualified B licensed coach, was a senior assistant coach at Hume City in 2018 in the top NPL tier and has been in the Technical Director role at Knox United for the past 6 years, a fundamental part of creating a club philosophy based on genuine youth development and a pathway to senior football. Robs philosophies align perfectly with that of WCFC, where we want to continue the work we have been doing in promoting our talented young players into our senior setup.
The club is so pleased to have secured the services of an individual of the calibre of Rob Taylor. We look forward to a long and successful relationship with him. Rob will commence in the role immediately, though a gradual transition will take place.
Welcome Rob to the WCFC family.

Important Message - NPL Restructure 2021

October 19th, 2020

Football Victoria (FV) have announced important changes to the NPL structure for season 2021.

Summary of changes as follows:

• U13s no longer part of the JBNPL structure. U13s will now form part of the WCFC Community Club structure and play 9v9 matches on half pitch similar to U12s.
• A new U17 age group has been introduced to the JBNPL structure.
• U18s have been replaced with an U19s age group.
• U20s have been replaced with an U21s age group.
• Both U19s and U21s will remain part of the NPL senior structure.

Werribee City FC will be providing details soon regarding squad selections and trials for 2021.
Any questions regarding the new NPL structure can be directed to werribeecityfc@iscw.com.au


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Situated a few short km’s from the Town Centre in large grounds opposite the Werribee River, the Club boasts a wide range of facilities including large and small Function Rooms, Members Bar, Restaurant, Squash Courts and ample car parking.

Whether you need somewhere to hold your next trivia night, dinner dance, conference, meeting, event celebration, group get together or you’re having a social sporting event we have the range of facilities to accommodate you.