NEWS & UPDATES
Our club has focused on building relationships with local businesses and assist them in the current economic climate by providing them with increased exposure in the wider community. This has seen a mutually beneficial outcome for Warradale FC in the release of the following merchandise for season 2019
Our Family of Sponsors
Warradale FC have been made officially aware season 2020 has been temporarily suspended from 12am Wednesday 18th March - 14th April 2020
We apologise for this however this is a unique and fluid situation completely out of our hands.
COVID-19 updates below
Mental Health Resources – NFA – COVID-19
Many people use sport as a vehicle to alleviate the symptoms of mental health disorders and challenges. At Nepean FA, we acknowledge that we don’t have all the answers, but our football family is important to us and we want to make sure you know that if your mental health is negatively impacted by the crisis, help is not far away. Click Here to access links to organisations both local and international that provide resources and information to help you cope
13th March 2020
17th March, 2020
WATERBOARD OVAL CLOSED
Wollondilly Council’s updated strategy in response to COVID-19.
Please be advised that it includes the closure of Council facilities including Halls and Sportsgrounds until 30 April 2020 with ongoing reviews and an extension if required.
ABOUT WARRADALE FC
Warradale FC was formed as Warradale District Soccer Club in 1983 by our ‘founding
mothers’ – Anita Reynolds, Rene Colyn and Jenny Whitehouse. The 3 ladies formed the
club due to the many women and children in the local area who wanted to play soccer and
represent the local community rather than travel into Penrith and Camden to play.
The first team to represent the community was an all age ladies team in 1984 and this
soon evolved into kid’s teams and men’s teams.
The name Warradale comes from the merger of Warragamba and Silverdale into one
The club’s home ground has been Waterboard Oval and is located on Production Avenue,
Warragamba. However for one season in 1996 Warradale played their home games at
Badgeries Creek as Waterboard Oval was going through some much needed upgrades to
the playing surface.
The club’s colours have always been Royal Blue and White, our primary strip is
predominantly royal blue jerseys with white shorts and blue socks and the alternative
strip is predominantly white with white shorts and blue socks.
Traditionally Warradale has welcomed players from Warragamba, Silverdale, Werombi
and Wallacia. More recently the club has welcomed players from Mulgoa, Luddenham,
Bringelly and Glenmore Park..
The club always has and will continue to maintain a community and family orientated
culture. The club has always welcomed players from all walks of life, all abilities and the
club has always viewed itself as an inclusive club, not exclusive.
The club has a reputation of players who are 2nd and 3rd generation players currently
playing at Warradale.
The club has long been known for acknowledging the many other sports codes in the local
area. The club never has and never will be in the business of poaching talent from the
other sports codes and instead we at Warradale embrace the many different sports
available in our local area. We are however passionate about providing a club that all
people who want to play soccer play at Warradale FC.
Our recent collaboration with Warragamba Netball Club for a trivia night in July 2018
further highlights the club’s desire to work with other sports clubs in the local area and
continuously improve our club’s image to the local community.