Central Coast Football accepted our affiliation application in 2009 as the 23rd club to participate in the 2010 Football Competition Season. The Club began its first year with 418 Registered Players, 42 teams and three (3) supporting sponsors – “Unique Security Group” – “Raine & Horne – Charmhaven” and “The Dam Hotel”. Without these three (3) sponsors this club would not have got off the ground, for that we are all extremely thankful.
After many hours, days & long months of dedicated hard work from the Committee, the Woongarrah Football Club successfully completed its first year of Football with many happy families ready to do it all again.
In 2013, Andre Gumprecht showed interest in our ‘Grass-Root’ club, signing a 3 year contract as Head Coach of our Men’s Squad and also overseeing the Coaching & Development needs for our Junior Players.
In 2014, WWFC offered all Junior & Senior players FREE shorts & socks from registering on-line by the 31st December, 2013. All players registering after this date will receive FREE socks only.
Additionally, as Central Coast Football increased the registration fees for 2014, the Woongarrah FC Committee agreed to offer ALL registered players, juniors & seniors, FREE registration for the ‘2014 Summer Comp’ – which will commence in October, 2014, showing our players, parents and families, additional value for their money.
You’ll notice a few changes on our club website, including an ‘Online Merchandise Shop’ – offering an easy option for Apparel Ordering and updated information, keeping everyone informed with what’s going on. Join the club’s ‘FACEBOOK’ page to receive information instantly. “ROARY WILDCAT” was introduced as our club mascot in 2013. He now has his own page on the club website and junior teams can now request his attendance to a home game throughout the season.
With the support of our community members, we will continue to attract like-minded individuals, offering them access to a high quality community service, creating a sense of community spirit, community pride, community belongingness and an overall healthy outlook to life.
We strongly believe that with this opportunity comes responsibility and that is where we will differ from the rest.
Community organisations, such as this one, that welcomes newcomers, invites participation and values the ideas and opinions of others, are more likely to attract willing and active individuals, only adding strength to the club – which is exactly what we have achieved thus far.
The WWFC Committee will continue to stay strong, working hard & working together, promoting this club’s great name, always focusing on the game of Football as a whole.
TOGETHER WE WILL BE “KEEPING THE DREAM ALIVE”.