The Gold Coast Titans are proud of their major presence in the community supporting our grassroots stakeholders, community partners and charities through player and club appearances. As an organisation that has built a reputation on its significant community contribution, we understand that with an elite national profile comes the added responsibility to work with the broader community to set a positive example and assist in addressing many of the social issues impacting society. 

We aim to build upon the work the club has already achieved, which include the following highlights; 

• NRL Community Club of the Year (2009)

• Ken Stephen Medallists – Preston Campbell (2008), Luke Douglas (2015) & Ryan James (2018)

• Gold Coast Young Australian of the Year – Kane Elgey (2017)

Rugby League is a fantastic vehicle for influencing and engaging important community issues. Through the commitment of our playing group/community along with our dedicated administrative staff, we are able to drive our many meaningful programs delivered as a club. As the club is focused on the delivery of our community programs, we therefore have limited player resources available for appearances that do not have a direct benefit to the club or community.

School programs

A key component of our community activity is the engagement of schools, students, parents and teachers through our specially formatted programs, the success of which led to the Club being awarded the 2009 NRL One Community Club of the Year. 

The Titans have a variety of school community programs to suit many scenarios. Titans Community staff are trained in the delivery of these programs to ensure a positive and engaging experience for all involved. For more information about the Titans school community programs, click here.

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The Titans NRL team train several times a week and there are special opportunities to allow community groups to visit the club to watch and meet the team. The Titans training sessions can show groups the preparation and hard work our players are put through to be game ready for the NRL season.

Visiting the Titans at training can provide a great insight into to a small but important part of professional athletes playing their sport at an elite national level. These opportunities can also include a tour of the training facilities located in the Titans High Performance Centre at Parkwood Village.

Appearance Request form

Please note:

  • All appearance requests need to be received at least 4 weeks prior to the event. The Titans have the right to decline requests made within this timeline.
  • Any costs incurred for the Titans to attend the event must be covered by the event organiser eg. flights, accommodation, meals
  • NRL Squad Member appearances must only be a maximum 1 hour.