Coach Development Programs – Launched Coaches, get in on the Coach Development action here
Kanga Cup Rego Closes 27 May 2022 Kanga Cup Registrations for the Kanga Cup (U9-U18) close on the 27th of May! The tournament runs from the 3rd – 8th of July. If you are interested in participating, please: ask your coach if they will be registering a team! https://kangacup.com/tournament/.
State League and Premier League Game Support Hey there WVSC Community! Our State League Men’s, State League Women’s, and our Premier League teams need your support. We acknowledge that all players and parents are busy with their day-to-day lives, and we know you all look forward to the weekends of football as much as we […]
Females in Football Week We are celebrating “Females in Football Week” this week (May 6 to May 15) Today we are showcasing one of our own living legends, Jenny Haling. WVSC: Jenny, tell us a little bit about yourself, and how you are involved with WVSC? JENNY: Well, with soccer seven days a week, being […]
The WVSC “Lightning” Development Program 2022 A free program open to all WVSC players wanting extra practice and more technical development. No registration or booking needed – just turn up with a smile and to your appropriate age group. A registration and booking fee of $150 is only applicable if not registered to play for […]
Capital Football are excited to announce that Expressions of Interest for the 2022 Winter Season for Walking Football are now open! Find attached a copy of the Capital Football flyer for Walking Football. If you have anyone you know is interested, they can register their Expression of Interest via the form below. Register your […]
Mawson District Playing Fields are closed for Grounds Maintenance ahead of the Football Season. Ground are closed from 17th March to 31 March. If Teams play or use the playing fields during this time, penalties apply – ACT Government. For better looking and feeling fields, and for the club, please refrain from using the […]
Volunteers are awesome! Did you know that 98% of WVSC is run by volunteers? There are actually very few paid positions within the club. Volunteers are the life blood of community football. They give up their time and use their energy to make our local sports club better, and that’s something to celebrate!