girls development centre


Experiencing great success with the Boys Development Centre throughout 2023, the Club is delighted to extend this program to talented female footballers born between 2008 and 2012.

Alongside its relationship with Calder United in NPLW Victoria, Western United is staying committed to providing opportunities for young girls, particularly from the West, to chart their journey towards becoming professional footballers.

Western United General Manager Academy and Community Anthony Frost hailed this as the vital next step in the continued growth of the Academy.

“We have undergone significant growth in our Academy program over the past 12-18 months, but we would never be a full Academy until incorporating females into our family,” he said.

“The Club has had great success in the Liberty A-League Women space over the past couple of years and we are dedicated to continuing to give talented young girls the chance to shine.

“We are eager to continue to aid the growth of women’s football in Australia and we look forward to the benefits this program will have for many young girls in the West.”

Start your journey at Western United with the Girls Development Centre

Players will complete a trial to be selected for the program which will consist of 8 training sessions and 1 Gala day at the end of the term, in addition to games and other exclusive opportunities only available to WUFC Development Centre players.

The cost for the Term will be $250 for players attending 1 session per week.

WUFC training kit is an additional $90.

Term 3 Development Centre trials to commence on Tuesday 23 July.

To register your interest for Term 3 trials with the Western United Girls Development Centre, simply fill out the form here.