We run charity stalls throughout the season.
Seaforth FC would like to offer our members the ability to leverage the big crowds that come to Seaforth Oval each weekend and help you raise money for a registered charity of your choice linked to our area or members in some way.
Every few weeks we can arrange for one group to set up a stall on an area at the front of the oval near the clubhouse to help you raise funds.
If you’d like to do this please get in touch with our club Secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join us when we “Play In Purple”.
Every year Seaforth FC takes part in the “Play in Purple” day where players buy and wear purple socks to support PanKind – The Australian Pancreatic Cancer Foundation.
We’re one of their big supporters Australia-wide. In 2021 our members purchased over 700 pairs of socks.
Watch out for updates and we hope you join in.
Want to play Social Soccer?
Mongrels Men is a grass-roots and community based charity on a mission to improve the physical and mental health and wellbeing of men through sports, fitness, exercise, connection and community. We are based locally on the Northern Beaches and run Meet Ups and a range of activities to create opportunities for men to get together, do a little exercise, connect and form new relationships with men in the local community. We have Community Champions and regular Meet Up activities in Manly, Dee Why, Bondi, the Central Coast and Kingscliff (Northern Rivers NSW).
Grab a mate and join the Mongrels Men crew on Thursday nights at Seaforth Oval for a knockabout game of social soccer. No fees, paperwork, administration or commitment – just turn up when you can.
When: Every Thursday night from 7pm
Where: Seaforth Oval, Wakehurst Parkway
What: All you need to bring is your boots, shin pads, water bottle & good sportsmanship
Who: Open to men of all ages, so bring a mate
You can find out more about us at www.mongrelsmen.com.
To register your interest and get game updates, email email@example.com.
Mongrels Men Health & Wellbeing
Phone: 0439 752-639
** As we’re just a social group, please consider your own personal injury insurance needs. FNSW injury insurance doesn’t cover us, even if you’re a player registered with a club.
In 2020 and 2021, we’ve donated money to Beyond Blue to help support mental health in the community during the difficult times caused by the COVID pandemic.