Wander Woman Webster extremely excited to have been chosen for Western Sydney Wanderers program

Alice Webster in action for North Coast Football in the National Premier League last Sunday.


NORTH Coast Football right back Alice Webster has been accepted into Western Sydney Wanderers’ ‘Future Wander Women’ program which was created to find and develop the stars of tomorrow.

Alice has been training with North Coast Football since the age of 11 where she graduated from the Skills Acquisition Program to represent the North Coast in the National Premier League under 15s team under coach Nathan Silvy.

“Alice is extremely excited to have been chosen for the program and I think this is a great opportunity for her to continue to develop her football skills.

“Over the last few weeks Alice has undertaken trials for the Western Sydney Wanderers, Future Wander Women program and has been successful in the trials and has been offered one of thirty places in the program.

“The program is to improve the individual as a player whilst also putting them front and centre to any possible future involvement with the Wanderers Westfield W-League team.

“The program commenced on the fifth of May and continues for 20 weeks, Alice will train every Wednesday at the Wanderers training facility in Sydney and continue to play and train with North Coast Football,” said Nathan.

It’s an exciting time for women’s football as more pathways are created at the elite level as Western Sydney Wanderers CEO John Tsatsimas explained.

“The opportunity for us to be able to work with players who have the potential to be part of our Westfield W-League team from an early age and to supplement the work their local clubs is doing is critical to the program’s success.

“Ever since the Wanderers launched in 2012, we have had women’s football as a core element of our club and business – this is just another step in ensuring female players in Western Sydney have the best opportunities in football,” said Tsatsimas.




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