Western United Development Centre open for Term 4 intake

The Western United Development Centre is open for registrations again ahead of a Term 4 intake to round out the year.

Rounding out a monumental year for the Western United Academy, the Development Centre program continues to give opportunities for young footballers to be part of the Green and Black family.

Western United introduced the Development Centre in 2023 alongside the inaugural Junior Academy teams, extending the pathway to professional football for talented male players in the West.

Register for the WUFC Development Centre today

With preparations underway for the next crop of young talent to come into the Academy in 2024, the development Centre is a crucial training program for young players to begin their journey with the Green and Black.

The WUFC Development Centre is the first step in Western United’s talent identification pathway and is run entirely by current Western United Academy coaches, allowing them to deliver sessions tailored to the Club’s brand of football.

Players are able to receive guidance from the Club’s coaching staff while continuing to learn the game and enhance their skills in a friendly, engaging environment.

Tactical and technical training is provided with match simulation in a wholistic training program for the players to prepare them to enter into the Western United Academy upon their graduation from the Development Centre.

The total cost of the program for the nine weeks is $270 with an additional $90 for new players in order to purchase a full training kit for the program.

Parents must fill out the expression of interest form to register their son for the first trial sessions ahead of the program’s intake.

Trials will run the week commencing 9 October before successful players enter the program in the following week.

The Term 4 window will then run for a period of nine weeks, beginning the week commencing 16 October and going right up until Christmas.

Complete the form now and register your son for the chance to represent the Green and Black in the WUFC Development Centre.