2020 AFL Community Camp – Sydney Swans To Visit The HCC Region

(Photo by Michael Willson/AFL Photos)


With the AFL recently announcing the dates and locations for the 2020 AFL Community Camps, the AFL Hunter Central Coast region have secured a few Swans players for some local visits over two days. The Swans will be visiting various regions across NSW, with a focus on supporting the local football communities from fire affected areas. The Swans will be visiting the HCC region on Tuesday 18 and Wednesday 19 February.

Central Coast Region
Over the two days, up to two players will visit schools, Auskick centres and the Central Coast Academy of Sport training. The players will be available on Tuesday 18 February for meet and greet sessions at Bateau Bay Sporting Complex, between 3:30-4:00pm and at Northlakes Oval, San Remo, between 6:30-7:00pm. PLEASE NOTE NORTHLAKES OVAL MEET AND GREET MOVED TO DOYALSON RSL – SAME TIMES!

Another meet and greet opportunity will be available at Adcock Park, Gosford, during the Community Auskick session on Wednesday 19 February, from 3:30-4:30pm.

Come down to your closest venue for a signature and photo!

Hunter Region
Up to two players will also be in the Hunter region visiting various schools and Hunter Academy of Sport training. The players will be available for meet and greet sessions across two venues, on Tuesday 18 February. They will be at Tulkaba Oval, Teralba from 5:15-6:00pm and then up to Bill Elliott Oval, Maryland from 6:30-7:15pm. Bring your Swans gear and grab an autograph!

Coaching Sessions
Jarrad McVeigh is also making a visit on Tuesday 18 February to run coaching sessions at Adelaide Street Oval, Tumbi Umbi.

The Junior Coach Session will be run from 4:30-5:30pm on field with a practical session using the Central Coast Academy of Sport Players.

The senior coach session will be held in the club rooms from 5:30-6:30pm.

Coaches are asked to please email lauren.francis@afl.com.au by Monday 17 February, to book your spot with Jarrad.

It’s great to have the support of the Swans in our great region, and we’re looking forward to having them up here soon!