Football players and supporters from a multitude of nationalities, cultures and backgrounds came together at Musgrave Football Club yesterday in a unique celebration of inclusiveness and community spirit.
Sports Gold Coast (SGC) yesterday met with key figures from a myriad of sports to discuss a more united approach to advancing sport on the Coast.
SPORTS Gold Coast chairman Geoff Smith believes the Wallabies will be cheered on by a sold-out Cbus Super Stadium when they take on Argentina on September 15 this year. Planning for that eventuality has started with Sports Gold Coast (SGC) convening a meeting of key stakeholders at Bond University’s Institute of Health and Sport on May 10.
“The Wallabies will be training out of the Gold Coast for two weeks leading into their Test matches against South Africa at Suncorp on September 8 and against Argentina at our own Cbus Super Stadium on Saturday, September 15,” said Sports Gold Coast Chairman Geoff Smith.
Like a perfectly timed ‘corner’, Gold Coast United will use the momentum of the Commonwealth Games to deliver the city arguably its greatest Games legacy – an A-League Licence.