Central Coast Mariners’ Pink Round is back bigger & better with the McGrath Foundation on board

Central Coast Mariners and the McGrath Foundation have joined forces for the 12th season of the club’s annual Pink Round.

This season, the Mariners and the McGrath Foundation are teaming up for the first time for for the Pink Round, which features standalone fixtures in the Liberty A-League and Isuzu UTE A-League, in a collective effort to raise essential funds to support families across Australia experiencing breast cancer.

Sunday will see the inaugural Liberty A-League Pink Round as the Mariners host Adelaide United at Industree Group Stadium, where the venue will feature touches of pink in support while Central Coast players will wear pink jerseys.

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The Isuzu UTE A-League Pink Round will take place on April 20 when Adelaide make the trip to Gosford to face the reigning champions.

The jerseys worn in these Liberty A-League and Isuzu UTE A-League matches will be signed and auctioned, with 50% of all profits going to the McGrath Foundation.

“We are thrilled to unite with McGrath Foundation this year,” said Mariners chief operating officer Alyssar Narey.

“We are proud to be raising vital funds and awareness for the McGrath Foundation and for the incredible Breast Care Nurses who work tirelessly to provide support to those families facing breast cancer.

“Our Mariners Partners, Industree Group and Star FM will be joining forces with our club to paint our match days pink in solidarity.”