The Mariners' home shirt features a gold and blue colourway with blue shorts and gold and blue socks. Kappa currently supply the clubs team kit. The crest is yellow at the centre with a blue curling wave which symbolises the beaches of the Central Coast.
Central Coast Mariners are an Australian football club which plays in the A-League, the top tier of Australian football. The club are the current A-League champions. They have won the league on two occasions one in 2008 and one in 2012. They have been in three Grand Finals without success. They are currently situated on the Central Coast of New South Wales and they play in the Bluetongue Stadium in Gosford which holds 20,059 people. The club were the first side to compete in a national competition.
Hyundai A-League side Central Coast Mariners have officially launched their new home and away kits for the 2015-16 season. Supplied by Italian brand Kappa, the new home shirt features a unique "Palm Tree" design on the lower half of the shirt [...]
Central Coast Mariners is an Australian club and the current holder of the A-League Australian league title after winning the 2011/12 A-League Premiers [...]
Here are the new shirts of Australian A-league side Central Coast Mariners [...]
Australian A-League side Central Coast Mariners and hummel Australia confirmed that the Danish based sportswear manufacturer will be supplying the club with their training wear and kits for the next two seasons. The new home and away kits of the club will be officially revealed close [...]
Central Coast Mariners, an Australian football club based in New South Wales, and which currently plays in the A-League, has unveiled its new kits for the 2009/10 season [...]
In 2004 the club were announced to be one of eight members in the first season of the A-League. The main supporters club are called the Yellow Army formerly known as the Marinators. Standard chants include the Yellow Submarine. The club have intense rivalries with the Newcastle jets and Sydney FC and Brisbane Roar. The club are affiliated with England's Sheffield United and Brazil's Sao Paulo and many more.
The affiliated clubs include Sheffield United, Chengdu Blades, Sao Paulo FC, Ferencvaros, Strindheim IL, Estudiantes and many more.