Player Wellbeing Program

Background

  • A wellbeing and development program designed to holistically support both players and staff underpinned by an individualised approach, the program aims to facilitate best practice, and produce TEAM focused outcomes.
  • Leading the way in player wellbeing and development, our Player Wellbeing Program continues to forge Williamstown as a destination club both on and off the field.
  • Consistently track the journey of our players and staff, whilst they are involved at our Club to maintain optimal balance both on and off the field.
  • Engage with Universities to develop students with practical work placement opportunities at the Club.

 

Key Areas

  • Liam Picken Academy - First Year Player (Compulsory)
  • Individualised Player Development Plan focusing on Wellbeing & Development
  • Community Engagement
  • AFL Education Program
  • Club Education Program
  • Internships 

 

   

Latest News

Ebinger, Henderson, Dixon, Bartolo push for selection in Community Wrap

Community club football continued over the weekend, as we take a closer look at the 14 players who featured over the weekend.

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Bramble signs for two seasons

Williamstown Football Club is delighted to announce that young gun Lachlan Bramble has signed for a further two seasons.

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Seagulls unable to stop charging Blues

A second quarter four-goal burst has handed Carlton a 29-point victory against Williamstown in their round 10 clash at IKON Park.

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Rodda, Gibbons, Tippett star as Gulls beat Blues

Nick Rodda produced his best performance as a Seagull with a 5 goal haul letting from the front as the Gulls kicked the first five of the game.

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Bruton, Rowe return for Blues clash

Bruton and Rowe return from injury to take on Blues.

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