CCU Sign Chris Ball for 2019

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Central Coast United would like to welcome Chris Ball to the club!

Chris began playing his junior football for Terrigal at the age of 9, and despite what many would call a late start, Chris has had a shining career to date. His list of achievements includes 2 seasons with the Mariners Academy in 2014 and 2015, captaining the Central Coast Grammar School’s Firsts team in 2016 and being the youngest member of the Terrigal First Grade squad. Chris has spent the past two seasons playing for Sydney University in NPL3, and we are thrilled to have him back on the Central Coast with us this season.

Chris, a somewhat old fashioned and no nonsense defender who is tidy on the ball, will be a solid addition to head coach Stu Davis’ squad.

Jack Graham Signs for CCU!


Central Coast United are proud to announce the signing of Jack Graham and welcome him to the club.

19 year old Jack Graham began his footballing career in the U8’s for the Wyoming Tigers. He played his junior football there for 4 years, before moving across to Terrigal, where he won his first premiership in the U13’s. The U14’s season saw Jack make the move to the Northern Tigers, where he played 2 seasons and won the U15’s NPL title. Despite plying his trade away from the Coast, Jack made his way back and joined the U16’s Central Coast Mariners Academy, and then played the following season in the U18’s. Last season saw Jack Graham play at Spirit FC in NPL2 and then made his move Rydalmere Lions also in NPL2.

Jack is a great pick up for Central Coast United, he is known as an extremely hard working player who’s ability on the ball and energy to get up and down the right hand side will be a great asset for Stu Davis’s team.

Matt Caisley Signs for 2019 Season 


Central Coast United are proud to announce the signing of Matt Caisley!

Matt began his playing career at the East Gosford Rams from the age of 5 until age 10, where he was coached by his father Derek Caisley who himself is a Central Coast footballing legend. Matt then played for Central Coast FC in the under 11s, moving to the Mariners Academy from under 12s till under 16s, and then to Manly United in NPL1 in 2017. The 2018 season saw Caisley join Blacktown City, also in NPL1. Matt also played State Titles from 2011 till 2015 for Metro Far North.

The nearly 19 year old will be a superb addition to the team. Naturally a left sided player who can play both left full back and as a winger, Caisley is known for his attacking runs and energy down the left side and will be of great assistance to Head Coach Stu Davis’s First team squad.