WOODVILLE WEST TORRENS FOOTBALL CLUB is proud to announce their new multi-season partnership with Goodlife Health Clubs.
Goodlife is one of Australia’s most successful health club chains with more than 295,000 members. The 85 locations across the country allows Goodlife to support communities to live healthier and more active lifestyles.
The joining of the two organisations is set to enrich the club both on and off the field, explains Business and Development Manager Andy Hood.
“As a football club we are sincerely excited to be working with Goodlife Health Clubs into the future. We felt it was a great fit. To have Goodlife Health Clubs as a major partner enables us to improve our football programs.”
Players involved across all WWTFC programs, including the talent pathways and women’s programs will have access to elite facilities for strength, conditioning, and rehabilitation.
Woodville West Torrens are committed to working with Goodlife to support the Eagles community to achieve their health and fitness goals.
“This partnership will provide our supporters and members partner benefits which help with their health and wellness, and that is really important to us,” says Hood.
The Woodville West Torrens FC are extremely proud to be associated with Goodlife Health Clubs and are excited to see the benefit this partnership will bring to the remainder of the 2020 season and beyond.
The Goodlife Health Club Match Reports will be available each Tuesday for supporters to keep up to date.