Mariners in the Community

At the Central Coast Mariners, we pride ourselves on being the Community Club. It is an important club value to be out and about around the region, giving back to the community. 

The Mariners have been busy over the past few months, stopping in at numerous different schools, regions and organisations. Have a read below about some of the things we have been up to and what is planned to come!

Camp Breakaway 

The whole Central Coast Mariners squad travelled out to Camp Breakaway, a non-profit charitable organisation that provides respite care for people with disabilities and their carers. 

The team were joined by students from Little Coast Kids in Northlakes, San Remo. Together they played games, including variations of tennis and football. It was a brilliant afternoon out in the sun, with everyone enjoying their time together. 

The Mariners would like to thank Camp Breakaway for hosting the day and can’t wait to return soon for more fun. Read more about the organisation here!

Mid-Western Regional Council road trip

In the week leading up to our match against Macarthur in Mudgee, Mariners staff travelled out to the region to host footballing clinics.

Visiting Mudgee, Bathurst, Orange and Dubbo, six total clinics took place, teaching skills to aspiring footballers in these small country towns. We also visited two schools, Lue Public School and St Matthews Catholic School. 

The Mariners staff had a great time exploring the beautiful Mid-Western region and thank everyone for participating in the clinics.

Holy Cross Catholic School Kincumber 

Moresche and Brian Kaltak recently took a trip to visit students from Holy Cross Catholic School in Kincumber.

The duo spoke to students about their experience as professional footballers, before taking on the youngsters in a game of indoor football. 

Both Moresche and Brian signed items for students, posing for photos and giving numerous high-fives! Thank you to Holy Cross Kincumber for having us, it was a brilliant day for all. 

Coming up soon

The Central Coast Mariners, in partnership with Star 104.5, are going to be out in Central Coast schools next week. We are exciting to be visiting nine schools across 5 days, with the full list below.

These schools will include Woodport Public, Empire Bay, Berkely Vale, Woy Woy South, Blue Haven, Point Clare, Kariong, Bateau Bay and Wamberal.

Many of these schools will also be participating in the upcoming Mariners Mufti Day, where schools can use the opportunity to raise funds for important projects. 

Our next match day, which will take place on April 1st, will see the Mariners partnering with Ronald McDonald House to raise awareness for the great work that they do at Gosford Hospital. 

In partnership with the University of Newcastle and Central Coast Sports College, Our Paradise will be turning mathematical for a day of April 4th with the Maths with Mariners program. 

The initiative aims to help teens who are having difficulty with maths by providing physical activity which integrates maths to provide greater understanding.

10 schools will be taking part, with Mariners players attending through the day.