Williamstown FC in the Community

Williamstown enjoys fantastic support in the community from a proud, passionate and committed supporter base. As one of the oldest Football Clubs in Australia there are many people who hold a strong affiliation to the Club through connections that last over many years and many generations. Each week Williamstown continues to draw large VFL crowds due to the great support of the Williamstown and Western Suburbs community.

The Club is very mindful of the role it plays in the community as a sporting leader in the area. Williamstown uses its standing as a semi-professional Club to assist others in the area and develop the game of AFL within the Western Suburbs. More then ever, Williamstown is working with others to promote the growth of the game and provide opportunities in the region.

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Milestones aplenty for Seagulls in 2017

Williamstown players and coach will celebrate numerous and significant milestones in 2017.

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Ex-Roo, Sun & Lion Tippett joins Seagulls

Williamstown has bolstered its key position stocks, signing AFL-experienced Joel Tippett from North Melbourne for next season.

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Seagulls show off soccer skills for charity

Williamstown Football Club took part in a charity soccer match to raise much needed funds for the volunteer-run Helping Hands Cafe last Friday.

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Kempster becomes final Dolphin to sign with Seagulls

Williamstown has signed its sixth and final Frankston Dolphin for the off-season, in key defender Daylan Kempster.

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Coterie Group Celebrates 2016

Williamstown's Gulls Coterie group celebrated the 2016 with their annual end of season BBQ recently.

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