Over 500 people attended the inaugural Peninsula Pre-Season Cup at Woy Woy Oval on March 7.
Central Coast School of Soccer hosted 21 teams at the event, which ranged from the Under 7 to the Under 12 divisions.
Head of Development Coach, Jack Marsh, said the tournament helped boost fitness levels of players ahead of the season.
“The Cup was a great opportunity to get new players integrated into the team, see them in a competitive environment and for coaches to gauge where their team is at for the upcoming season,” Marsh said.
Head of Technical Operations, Ricky Gallagher said the event went off without a hitch.
“Local businesses would have done well as parents and players ventured off into the town throughout the day, so it was a win all round,” Gallagher said.
Organisers will host a range of autumn camps next month at the Oval, with players aged five to 18 encouraged to attend.