Western United Football Club
The A-League's 12th club is set to confirm its name and colours, with the Western Melbourne Group's winning bid likely to enter next season's competition as Western United Football Club, wearing a green and black playing strip.
WESTERN UNITED FC
Western United FC seeks to give the football community of Victoria's Western Corridor a strong identity with plans for a unique world-class football stadium, a successful team and an aspirational brand. The ambition, vision and commitment of Western United sets a new benchmark for all future professional sporting clubs in Australia.
Without a shield or mascot, our bold design celebrates the growth of Victoria's Western Corridor. From a birds-eye view, we've highlighted the pitch of the rooftops of Australia's fastest growing community, and borrowed architectural forms influenced by the famous West Gate Bridge - the gateway to the West. Our signature green colour represents growth, harmony and freshness. United as a team with one shared vision, a vision to stand out.
Designed by Populous, a global architectural firm for stadia, the future home of WUFC is a true commitment to the creation of a sporting Centre of Excellence. It will be a globally recognised facility providing pathways for young Victorian football participants as well as a leading lifestyle precinct that brings opportunity and enjoyment to the people of the West.
❊ Web Links ❊
→ Western United Football Club
❊ Also See... ❊
→ Football Federation Australia
→ Western United v Brisbane Roar | Hyundai A-League
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