Watsonia Heights
Football Club

Located in Banyule, Watsonia Heights Football Club is a local community football club comprising of Juniors and Seniors, along with Football Development Programs for young and old. 

2021: The Year We Turned 50

2022 promises to be the biggest year for Watsonia Heights Football Club since its establishment in 1970.  Over 700 active members.

Official Australian Football Partner of Pescara Calcio 1936

Junior Programs

Football Programs for ages 3 - 11, suitable for any skill level

Our MiniRoos program is available for 3 – 11yo which aims to teach kids the foundations of football, allowing them to progress to our Football Dynamics Skills Development Program which is suitable for kids aged 7 – 16yo or to a Junior Team within WHFC.

Juniors

Developing our Juniors on and off the pitch is our core focus

While every club has to strive to compete and succeed on the pitch, Watsonia’s key focus is on the development of players on and off the field; watching the juniors develop as a team and progress into the seniors to learn from one another.

Senior mens

COMPRISING OF FIVE SENIOR TEAMS AND A MEN'S MASTERS TEAM

The WHFC Men’s Senior and Reserves Teams are currently situated in the State League 4 North and led by Arch Giotopolous and Mick Cronin. With a Thirds Team and Master’s 35 Team there is a team for any male wanting to play community football!

Senior womens

two women's senior teams with recent promotion to sl2

2019 saw promotion of our first Senior Women’s Team to State League 2 North-West after a season of dedication and team work. WHFC has recently recruited highly credentialed Nick Salis for our second Women’s team where we will have a brilliant team for 2020.

JUNIORS: EDUCATION IS KEY

DEVELOPING PLAYERS ON AND OFF THE FIELD

Currently fielding 21 Junior Teams, WHFC is proud to have a focus on developing talented football players but also educating our kids off the field.

Our Technical Directors are experienced along with our our Coaches being qualified, allowing our Juniors to have the best chance of expanding their talents whether it’s in football as a player or themselves becoming coaches in our MiniRoos Program or Referees. 

2019 saw the creation of the Watsonia Heights Cultural Exchange Program for our U13 and U14 kids. In our first year, WHFC went to Abruzzo located in Italy.

Each year kids at WHFC will have the ability to participate in the Cultural Exchange Program and travel to another country to live like professional football players and be introduced to another culture’s traditions, history, beliefs and etiquette whilst allowing the kids to experience a unique opportunity

We believe that education is the key to success, and the Cultural Exchange Program is just one of the many ways we have introduced education to the WHFC community. 

PROUDLY ASSOCIATED WITH

MINIROOS:
AN INTRODUCTION TO FOOTBALL FOR KIDS

MiniRoos is designed for kids of all abilities, aged 4 – 11 years. The nation-wide initiative uses short, game-based sessions to introduce the sport of football to newcomers in an inclusive way.

It focuses on learning new skills, being active and making life-long friends.

PROUD PARTNER OF
MELBOURNE CITY FOOTBALL CLUB

WHFC is a Melbourne City Club and each year we have the opportunity to be involved with Melbourne City initiatives including Game Day Mascots and Gala Day events.

We aim to work closely with Melbourne City to build upon our community club relationships.

AN INITIATIVE OF VIC HEALTH
PROGRAM DESIGNED FOR FEMALES

Soccer Mums, an initiative of VicHealth is proudly presented by Football Victoria.

It is an introductory soccer program designed specifically for women, where you have fun, meet new people and learn basic football skills without knowing it.

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