Western United to celebrate first ever Family Day at Wyndham Park

Western United Family Day

Western United is gearing up to hold its first ever WUFC Family Day at Wyndam Park in Werribee, celebrating the Isuzu UTE A-League Men Champions and the Club’s brand new Liberty A-League Women team.

With most of the Club’s first three seasons being interrupted by COVID-19, this presents the first opportunity for fans to get out and enjoy a Family Day filled with fun activities before the new season.

The Family Day is set for Sunday September 18, with Western United-themed football activities and entertainment taking place from 12pm until 3pm.

As well as showing off the Championship Trophy, the Club will also be bringing the entire A-League Men playing squad and coaching staff, allowing fans to mingle and get autographs and pictures with their heroes.

The 2022/23 A-Leagues campaign will be extra special with the addition of Western United’s inaugural A-League Women squad, with fans also having the chance to meet some of the brand new female footballers at the Club.

Wyndham Park will welcome the Green and Black faithful and house a number of entertainment items and activities to engage the whole family.

There will be face painting and fun football activities for kids to participate in as well as a range of entertainment options throughout the afternoon.

This event will be about family and coming together to celebrate the West, so groups can get together for lunch with food trucks and plenty of eateries down the main street, allowing fans to support small business and come together for an afternoon feed.

Less than three weeks out from the 2022/23 A-League Men season opener, the Family Day will kick off the new season in the West and get the Green and Black army excited to see the team in competitive action once again.

The Club is excited to get out into the community in the West for its first ever Family Day and looks forward to seeing all of the fans covered in Green and Black and ready for an enjoyable day out with Western United.