Weston Creek Soccer Club is a sporting organisation with more than 1000 members. The club has existed for forty years, servicing Waramanga, Weston, Duffy, Holder, Rivett, Stirling, Chapman and Fisher. It will also cover the new Molonglo area, which construction will commence on shortly.
The club is run entirely by volunteers and was formed to appeal to the social and fun elements of playing football, together with promoting strong community leadership and engagement. Weston Creek teams currently compete in the ACT Federation Cup, Women's Premier League and Men's First Division competitions. We also field teams in a variety of lower grades and junior leagues.
Rooball U6 Field Setup Roster
May 7, 2013
Download the 2013 setup roster to see which week you’re rostered on.
Please arrive at Warramanga by 8:30am.
May 6, 2013
Goalkeeper training will commence on Wednesday 8th May, from 5:30pm to 6:30pm, at Waramanga oval.
All keepers from under 10 through to masters are welcome to attend as much as they like or can.
2013 Rooball Draws – available now
May 2, 2013
Rooball draws for season 2013 have been uploaded to the Rooball Draws page.
Use the Map of Warramanga Playing Fields to see where your game is being played.
Announcing Weston Molonglo Football Club
March 30, 2013
30 March 2013
ANNOUNCING WESTON MOLONGLO FOOTBALL CLUB
The club previously known as Weston Creek Soccer Club has unanimously voted at its Annual General Meeting to rename itself Weston Molonglo Football Club.
“This is a huge step forward for the Club,” Club President Chris Brown said.
“It signifies our expansion to cater for the new Molonglo region, which will include 55,000 new residents. At last year’s Senior Presentation Night, we were also heartened to hear Minister Andrew Barr indicate that we will be able to call the new $11 million Molonglo sporting facility our home ground when it is built.”
The change of name is one of the Club’s first steps in reaching out to the growing Molonglo community, some residents of which have already registered as players.
“We will now be pro-actively engaging with the community – getting into schools, community organisations and other areas to increase our membership and ensure that football lovers have a home the moment that they move in,” Mr Brown said.
The Club retains its 42 years of proud history, with the now famous magpie and football emblem remaining in the revised logo.
“There is a lot of history at the Club – we’re one of Canberra’s oldest. It’s great that through consultation with our members, we have agreed on a name that reflects the past and future. It’s also good that our logo is relatively unchanged, as some members actually have club tattoos!” Mr Brown said.
The Club will once again field a strong Women’s Premier League side this year, as well as providing Under 12 and 14 Men’s Premier League teams in a joint venture with Cooma Tigers FC.
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