The Wollongong Wolves are flying high and so are their passionate supporters, whose numbers have swelled to watch games ‘live-streamed’ on the screens at The Fraternity Club.
The Wolves are sitting first on the National Premier League ladder with just four competition rounds remaining – and the excitement is building towards a major trophy. Under the leadership of coach and former Socceroo Luke Wilkshire, the feeling is starting to resemble the ‘good old days’, buoyed by a passionate band of supporters at The Frat.
“The players and staff are aware of the growing support around us, and from those who watch our games from The Fraternity Club,’’ Wilkshire said. “Our exciting brand of football and the good season that we’re having is contributing to our success. The Frat is also contributing by showing our away games live at the club.”
Regarded as the ‘Home of Football’, Fraternity Club CEO Mick Cuda said his club had become a home for passionate football fans, wanting to experience the thrills and spills of watching a game on the big screen.
“It’s been encouraging to see the interest and passion coming back for the Wolves. We also host the players and management at The Frat after each home game,” he said.
Club sponsor and supporter Robert Zanier added: “I’ve watched a few away games from The Fraternity Club. I encourage everyone to join in and show their support.”
The Wolves’ remaining games in the regular season are against Sutherland Sharks (July 20), Blacktown (July 28), Rockdale City Suns (August 4) and Marconi Stallions (August 11). The Frat will ‘live stream’ away games against both Blacktown and Rockdale City Suns.
PHOTO: Fraternity Club president Mick Cuda, Wolves’ coach Luke Wilkshire, squad member Taylor McDonald, CDN sponsor Robert Zanier.