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    Wanderers Season Launch + Squad Unveiling


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    Western Sydney Wanderers will launch their season next Thursday, 4 October in true community style at an afternoon event in Parramatta.

     

    The season launch will start in Church Street Mall, Parramatta before moving to the main event, which will take place in Prince Alfred Park, Parramatta.

     

    As part of the event in Prince Alfred Park, there will a number of fan activities taking place as well as the opportunity for kids to take part in skills clinics. Members of both the W-League and National Youth League squads will be in attendance giving you the opportunity to test your skills against them.

     

    The most anticipated event of the afternoon will see all three squads unveiled to the community in the park. At 4.30pm both the W-League and National Youth League teams will be introduced, then immediately following, the Hyundai A-League squad will be presented together for the very first time and introduced to the Members and supporters.

     

    Once unveiled the players will then be available for a short period to sign autographs and mingle with the Members and supporters.

     

    A full schedule of the event is as follows:

    • 12pm-2pm: Entertainment in Church Street Mall
    • 3pm – 4.30pm: Test your skills against the Wanderers W-League and National Youth League teams at Prince Alfred Park
    • 4.30pm – 6pm: The very first official team presentations, including the Hyundai A-League, also at Prince Alfred Park

     

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    Hopefully it gets some local traction and a good crowd come out. I'll 'wander' down to the mall at lunch and then visit Prince Alfred Park after work.

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    Sorry for posting here as I couldn't find the topic. But is it confirmed about the Jersey signing happening tody still at Nike Penrith? There is nothing on the Wanderers website. But it is mentioned in the NIke Facebook page and another football page I found. Very poorly advertised. I was hoping to pick up a jersey today :meep:

     

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    Western Sydney Wanderers at Nike!

     

    Western Sydney Wanderers are taking time out from training to meet fans at Nike Penrith! Fans will have the opportunity to meet some of the team’s star players, receive professional advice on Nike boot technology and have their newly purchased home and away jerseys signed by the team!

     

    WSW players Tarek Elrich, Labinot Haliti, Nikolai Topor-Stanley, Kwabena Appiah Kubi and Tahj Minniecon will be at the Nike store in Penrith from 2.45pm on Monday where they will take part in a Q&A on the new club jersey and the upcoming season, followed by an hour of interacting with fans and stepping behin the cash register to help out with sales of the new jersey.

     

    Date: Monday 1st October

    Location: Nike store, Westfield Shopping Centre, Penrith

    Time: 2.45-4.00pm (players in-store interacting with fans and jersey signing)

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    yes, its happening. Pretty sure it was on the WSW FB aswell

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    Thanks. Just heard they ran out of jerseys at 1.30. Only got halfway down the mountain when I got the news.

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    Thanks. Just heard they ran out of jerseys at 1.30. Only got halfway down the mountain when I got the news.

     

    I got there at 3:00pm and they only had 2 XL jerseys left... Was devastated

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    Will they have jerseys for sale? I thought I read in another thread that there would be.

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    Very poorly advertised.

     

    Seems to be a common theme....

    Edited by roverslad

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    Will be there. My kids are taking part in activities for their local club. Hoping the jersey will arrive in time and also that I can be some photos of the kids with some players.

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    I was there and got my jersey!

    Got in a few pics with the boys too which is now up on fourfourtwo website.. Check out the gallery

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    nike dose the free personalization is it a-leauge numbers?

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    nike dose the free personalization is it a-leauge numbers?

     

    There's a pic on the Nike Australia twitter page that Moxey posted earlier (might have been in another thread).

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    What time we meeting at the Woolpack for pre launch refereshments?.

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    Any cock sucking?

     

    I didn't know Sydney FC fans were invited?

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    Any cock sucking?

     

    I didn't know Sydney FC fans were invited?

    lol should be added to the best quote award

     

    had a great day though

    Edited by TheGoatOfDoom

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    Yeah good times were had by all.

    Given our location we tried out a new pub the Royal Oak which was only 200m north from Alfred Park.

    I've gotta learn not to drive to Parramatta for any occasion, coz I always end up in an establishment that sells cold beer.

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