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Gold Coast United lodges EOI

Dear Supporters of Gold Coast Football   It is with much pleasure and excitement that Gold Coast United FC confirms that the Club has lodged an Expression of Interest (EOI) to participate in the FFA’s expansion plans for the Hyundai A-League.   On the back of the recent success of the Commonwealth Games, the Gold…

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Expansion Plans making Waves

Mark Anderson (Director) & Danny Maher (Chairman) announce United’s A-League & W-League intentions (22 March 2018)     Much debate and discussion in the national Media following the Club’s announcement of its intention to bid for a licence in both the Hyundai A-League and the Westfield W-League and yesterday’s announcement by Football Federation Australia for…

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Gold Coast United target A-league

Gold Coast United targets A-league return  (Photo Mackenzie Akins) by Pat McLeod | McLeod Publishing | 22 March 2018   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. Gold Coast United FC announce they…

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Gold Coast United is Back

Gold Coast United is back! Come out to support the GCU Senior Men’s and Women’s teams as they face off in the very first home games of the NPL season this Saturday, February 10. The double-header will start with the Senior Women’s team facing off against Eastern Suburbs Football Club at 5 pm followed by…

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Gold Coast United FC’s Senior Men’s Coach Rapt With Quality

SEAN Lane says there is a lot to like about the almost-complete Gold Coast United FC’s senior men’s squad, but what impresses him most is the ‘glint in their eyes’. “Technically they are very, very good, but it is their attitude that is most impressive,” United’s head coach said after a pivotal first training run…

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Gold Coast United attracts marquee women players back to the Gold Coast

NEW NPLQ club Gold Coast United has attracted two marquee women’s players back down the M1. Both Deeanna Thompson and Eloise Fryer kicked off as juniors in United’s catchment area of northern NSW. After stellar junior careers they both played for senior women’s teams on the Gold Coast before joining Brisbane NPL club, Souths United.…

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