Last night Central Coast Football hosted the Club Coaching Coordinators of the eight clubs accepted into the CCC program for the program’s launch at Pluim Park. Hosted by Ken Schembri (CCM Academy Director), guests were joined by Les Bee (National Community Coach Development Manager, FFA), and Chris Adams (Advanced Coach Development Manager, FNSW) for a presentation on the program and it’s importance to the ongoing development of community coaching standards.


Led by the Football Federation Australia (FFA) and Football New South Wales (FNSW), the CCC program has been developed to ensure the continued education of community coaches, allowing them to conduct appropriate quality football activities that will enhance the players’ and coaches’ experience.

Involving eight clubs initially, CCF envisions the program growing to encompass more representatives from the Central Coast Region.

The eight clubs who’ve been accepted into the initial CCC program include Avoca FC, Budgewoi FC, Gosford City FC, Kincumber Roos FC, Kariong United FC, Killarney District SC, Tuggerah United FC, and Umina United SC.