Sporting Bodies

 

Western Jets

The Western Jets have been our aligned TAC Cup team since 1996. There are 14 ex-Western Jets players on the 2017 Williamstown Football Club list. The clubs are closely linked off the field, sharing administration offices & services at Seagulls Nest, Newport. On-field, the Western Jets play their home games at Burbank Oval. The coaches of each team are closely connected and support Western Jets key players in giving Development League games and VFL 23rd man opportunities.

 

Western Jets Youth Girls Academy

Williamstown Football Club is proud to be affiliated and supporting the Western Jets Youth Girls Academy. The Club financed footballs for each of the girls taking part in the Academy and will continue to support the girls throughout the years to come.

 

 

Western Region Football League

Williamstown Football Club has been a proud financial sponsor of the Western Region Football League for the past two seasons as well as hosting WRFL functions at Seaview Williamstown Events Centre and providing Burbank Oval for WRFL finals and interleague training.

 

Local Football Clubs

The club supports all the local football clubs in the Hobsons Bay area such as Altona Juniors, Newport Power Juniors, Spotswood Juniors and Williamstown Juniors and Laverton Juniors, not only through annual financial contributions, but also having players from these clubs play in halftime grid games at Burbank Oval on home match days. Nominated players from each junior club are also awarded free Speccie memberships on behalf of the club.

 

Senior coach Andrew Collins also assists Williamstown CYMS Football Club by meeting with their coaches and discussing coaching philosophies.

 

Auskick Centres

The Club is a big supporter of all the Hobsons Bay Auskick centres, including Williamstown, Newport, Laverton, Spotswood and Altona. Not only do players and coaches visit these centres for clinics during the year, but also offer the opportunity for these centres to take part in halftime grid games during our home VFL matches at Burbank Oval, as well as offering free Speccie memberships to selected kids.

 

Williamstown Swimming & Life-Saving Club

Williamstown Football Club are proud supporters of the Williamstown Swimming & Life-Saving Club, being a part of their annual Williamstown Open Water Challenge, where the club has a marquee complete with entertainment that participants and onlookers can take part in throughout the event. The club also provides auction items for WSLSC to fundraise during the year.

 

 

Other Sporting Bodies

Williamstown Football Club makes annual financial contributions to Williamstown Lacrosse Club, Williamstown Women's Lacrosse Club, Williamstown Cricket Club, Williamstown Superrules and the Williamstown Baseball Club and the Altona North Bowls Club.

 

 

 

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