Williamstown FC - Where Tradition Breeds Excellence
Club Mission Statement
To win more premierships than our competitors, while upholding the Club’s proud traditions and pursuing excellence, both on the field and within the wider community.
By 2023, the Williamstown Football Club will be:
**The most successful Club in the VFL, having won more premierships than any of its rivals over the previous decade.
**A financially independent, not-for-profit Club with diversified business interests producing secure and growing revenue streams.
**Led by a Board and Management Team that employs best-practice governance and management skills, with a reputation for being decisive, innovative and commercially savvy.
**Respected for the hard, uncompromising and skilful way we play football, as well as the sportsmanship displayed by our players and coaching staff, both on and off the field.
**The Club-of-choice for young footballers, with a strong track record in nurturing football talent to its highest potential, through the provision of first-class coaching resources and training facilities.
**An integral part of the wider Williamstown community by contributing to local organisations and activities that strengthen community cohesion and wellbeing.
**A sought after partner for local and regional businesses seeking to leverage our strong brand and community appeal to grow their commercial interests.
**A successful, stable, exciting, energised, disciplined, progressive and community-driven football club, providing its players, staff, members and supporters with a first-rate working and entertainment experience.
**In short - we will be the VFL benchmark, both on and off the field!
Success - For our Club, partners and the wider community.
Endeavour - 100% at all times, both on and off the field.
Adventurous - In mind and spirit, to overcome the hardest challenges.
Guts - There is no glory without it.
Unity - Only as One can we achieve our full potential.
Leadership - Making the hard decisions, leading from the front.
Legacy - Our soul, 150 years of history and tradition.
Service - To the Club, staff, members, supporters, partners and the community.
An inaccurate Williamstown has gone down to the Cats by 16 points at Burbank Oval today.Read more ...
Promising young Seagulls defender Jayden Burke has signed a two year extension with the Seagulls, keeping him at the club until 2018.Read more ...
Williamstown Football Club has received sad news about Gulls Coterie Group member, Henry Ismailiw, who passed away on Sunday 19th June.Read more ...
Williamstown vice-captain Cameron Lockwood will miss Sunday's match against Geelong at Burbank Oval.Read more ...
Join us for a day of delicious food, pampering and entertainment at our 2016 Ladies Day!Read more ...