Register for Williamstown VFLW Talent Identification Session

 

If you think you've got what it takes to become a VFLW player, then this is a great opportunity to take part in our Talent Identification Testing session.

 

Following the announcement of the Williamstown Football Club being granted a VFLW license for 2018, we are searching for talented female footballers to try out for our inaugural VFLW team.

 

Prospective players with the right potential and skills will have the opportunity to be offered a position on our VFLW playing list for 2018.

 

Details of the session are as follows:

 

Date: Friday 24th November 2017

Time: 7.30pm

Venue: VU Community Sports Stadium, Whitten Oval, West Footscray

Address: 417 Barkly St, West Footscray, Victoria

 

Click here to register.

 

Prospective players need to have been born in 1999 or earlier to be considered.

 

The Club will be in contact with successful applicants prior to the event with final details.

 

Registrations close 5pm, Friday 17th November.

 

Terms & Conditions

  • By registering, I consent to being contacted at the registered email address and/or mobile phone number for communication.
  • I agree to allow the Club to use my name and any photographs, sound and film recordings taken for the promotion of the Club, its services, business partners and initiatives to the media or general public.
  • I accept that I must seek my own income protection and private health insurance as I am not covered by any Club insurance if I sustain an injury as part of the testing event.
  • I grant the Williamstown Football Club (or an Official) the authority to seek ambulance and/or medical attention.  

   

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