The biggest ever year of the Wanderers Schools Cup will reach a climax next month as Blacktown Football Park hosts the finals.
Seven venues hosted the regional qualifying tournaments of the competition which saw teams qualify for the finals in three divisions: Primary School mixed, High School Boys and High School Girls.
The Finals will be played on Thursday 20 October at Blacktown Football Park with champions from all three divisions to be crowned that day.
So far, almost 2,000 Western Sydney students have been engaged with football through the tournament as 1,946 players and referees from 83 schools were involved in the qualifying rounds, the highest number in the Cup’s four year history.
Aimed to grow the club's goal of encouraging football participation in a safe and supportive environment, the Wanderers' Schools Cup embraces the key principles of sportsmanship, physical activity and social interaction.
All schools from Western Sydney are invited to participate in the competition next year and can register to become involved in the club’s School Ambassador program by clicking here.
Registration for next year’s Wanderers Schools Cup opens in November.
Schools in the Finals
Bonnyrigg Heights PS (Primary)
Bossley Park HS (Boys)
Cecil Hills HS (Girls)
Cecil Hills PS (Primary)
Cheltenham Girls HS (Girls)
Cherrybrook Tech HS (Girls)
East Hills Girls Tech HS (Girls)
Elizabeth Macarthur HS (Girls)
Epping Boys HS (Boys)
Galston PS (Primary)
Greystanes HS (Boys)
Holsworthy HS (Girls)
Jamison HS (Boys)
John Therry HS (Boys)
Kellyville HS (Boys)
King Park PS (Primary)
Mamre Anglican School (Girls & Boys)
Model Farms HS (Girls)
St Bernadette's PS (Castle Hill)
St Columba's College (Girls & Boys)
St Mary's PS Georges Hall (Primary)
St Paul's PS Camden (Primary)
The Ponds HS (Girls & Boys)
Wallacia PS (Primary)
Westfields Sports HS (Boys)
Yagoona PS (Primary)