Mudgee Gulgong Wolves FC is responsible for all local competitive soccer in the Mudgee, Gulgong, Rylstone, Kandos, Dundeoo, Coolah and surrounding areas. Soccer is a fun way for children of all ages to stay active during the winter season and a terrific opportunity to develop sporting skills and an awareness of team play in a safe and friendly environment.
Peter has been involved with Football since 1990. He took up a position on the Committee in 1996 as Treasurer and since then has held many other positions.[Read More]
Played 6 seasons of senior soccer with Mudgee Rapid (1 year) then Mudgee United – 1984 -1990. First got involved in junior Soccer in 1992 with partner Sally coaching son Stuart in the under six Gulgong side. [Read More]
I have been involved with football for 61 years. Firstly in England in my home town of Maryport playing for the local team. Upon joining the Army I played for my battalion against France, Germany and other countries involved in the war. [Read More]
I started with Mudgee/Gulgong Soccer in 1993 when my eldest son Richard began playing. In those early days I was just another Soccer mum coming to Saturday Soccer and travelling across the state with Rep Soccer on the Sunday. [Read More]
I am the latest to have bestowed on me the life membership. It is an honour to be given this for recognition for my outstanding services to the Mudgee/Gulgong Wolves F.C. Recognition for my hard work over the years [Read More]
Because of our sponsors, we are able to grow as a club and provide higher quality facilities and other services to help ensure the enjoyment of members and visitors to the club. We couldn’t do it without the support of our sponsors. Sponsoring a team helps our club and helps promote our great local businesses. If you would like the opportunity be a part of our club please follow the link below to contact us.
No Dogs Or Smoking
No Dogs No Smoking within our complex.
Peabody gave us a grant to make it possible for us to buy an additional cart for setting up, pulling down and the general running of our Club activities.
It makes the Volunteers jobs much easier in the running of days for approx. 600 players each week. We would like to thank Peabody for their support of the Local community in many and various ways.
Names in the photo are as follows working from Left to right: Brooke Rayner (daughter of Marty Rayner) Lloyd Coleman, Alesha Bennetts, Kieren Bennetts, Monique Bennetts, Jorja Bennetts, James Heesterman, Peter Mitchell, Clark Potter, Ian Flood on cart Harry & Zavier Mitchell.