The Fraternity Club continues its support 


The Wollongong Wolves Football Club is delighted to announce the continued growth of its association with the Fraternity Club as one of the major sponsors for the 2020 season.

The Fraternity Club – the traditional home of football in the Illawarra – continues to go from strength to strength. That momentum provides a great synergy with the Wollongong Wolves as we look to move forward – both on and off the pitch – following last season’s success.

The agreement between the two clubs provides significant financial and other support for the next twelve months.

Fraternity President Mick Cuda said:-

          “This is the third season the Frat has been back on board with the Wolves. We are delighted to continue to increase our support. It            was great to see the Wolves have the success they had last year. Football in our region needs the Wolves to be strong.

          Our relationship with the Wolves is mutually beneficial. The entire club from the under 9’s up are fantastic supporters, members                  and patrons of the club. There are always Wolves people in and around the club. We look forward to growing our relationship even            further this year.”

The partnership will see the Wolves meet at the club and leave from there before away matches, attend the club for presentations and meals post home matches, hold meetings and social gatherings at the Club, hold a number of formal functions and have its away games live streamed onto screens at the Fraternity Club so supporters can watch away games together.


Wolves director Chris Sheppard said:-

           “The Fraternity Club’s support of the Wolves is vital to our club’s plans. The entire board, management team and staff at the Frat                   have been incredibly supportive and hospitable. This relationship provides an opportunity for the entire Wolves family to meet                   and call the Frat home. We urge our supporters, families and friends to support the businesses who support us. The Frat provides               a welcoming family friendly atmosphere and has something for everyone to enjoy. We look forward to celebrating success in                       2020 at the Frat.”


The Wolves kick off the 2020 season away to Sydney Olympic at Belmore on Sunday 1 March.

Our first home game is against Northern Mariners FC on Sunday 8 March at Albert Butler Memorial Park, Kemblawarra. Kick off is 2.30pm.

For further information, or to organise interviews, please contact Susan Gatt, Administration Manager, Wollongong Wolves Football Club on (02) 4272 2624 or