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Coastal Club Shield starts 2023

A new inter-regional club football competition planned to start this year has been postponed until 2023 due to the ongoing issues created by the weather. The Coastal Club Shield was due to start in 2023, with junior and senior teams competing in inter-regional matches in addition to their regular local club fixtures each week. Saturated… Continue reading Coastal Club Shield starts 2023

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Revised match schedule for 8, 9 and 10 April 2022 released

Coastal Football Leagues today released a revised schedule for Coastal Premier League Men Super Round matches to be played in Coffs Harbour this weekend. All 12 first and reserve grade matches involving 24 teams from all 12 clubs was due to be played at C.ex Coffs International Stadium on Saturday and Sunday. However, with the recent… Continue reading Revised match schedule for 8, 9 and 10 April 2022 released

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Coastal League One Women starts this Sunday (10/4/2022)

In a historic move for women’s football on the north and mid-north coasts, an inter-regional women’s first division competition will start this weekend. Coastal League One (CLO) Women involves four teams from the Coffs Coast – Boambee, Coffs United, Sawtell and Urunga – and one from the Mid-Coast - Macleay Valley Rangers. The five-team competition… Continue reading Coastal League One Women starts this Sunday (10/4/2022)

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CPL Men Super Round moves to Coffs synthetics

The Coastal Premier League Men’s Super Round planned for this Saturday and Sunday at C.ex Coffs International Stadium will be moved to the Coffs Football Centre’s all-weather synthetic pitches due to forecast rain. The Super Round sees all 12 men’s clubs play 12 first and reserve grade matches in one place for the first time.… Continue reading CPL Men Super Round moves to Coffs synthetics

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New Coastal Women’s League One announced

The Coffs and mid-north coasts will get a new senior women's football competition in 2022. The Coastal League One Women will see the top women's teams from the Coffs and mid-north coasts play against each other each week in a single competition. The game's local governing bodies, North Coast Football and Football Mid-North Coast will… Continue reading New Coastal Women’s League One announced

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CPL to expand to 12 teams in 2022.

Coastal Premier League today announced the competition would expand to 12 teams in 2022 with the inclusion of Bellingen from the Coffs Harbour area and Southern United from the Forster-Tuncurry area. Coastal Premier League (CPL) began in 2020 with ten teams – five teams from the Coffs Harbour area and five from Port Macquarie, Taree… Continue reading CPL to expand to 12 teams in 2022.