CSU Football Club is hoping to raise more than $10,000 for youth mental health charity Headspace in the coming weeks.
Now into its sixth year, the Headspace Cup is an annual fundraiser in the Bathurst soccer community, with last year's event raising more then $10,000.
CSU FC events coordinator Sophie Tarrant-Foder said $2000 has already been raised.
"Last year we raised over $10,000 which was amazing and it was our second biggest year ever," she said.
"We're hoping to top that this year, as we push to make this our biggest year yet, with 2018 being the best year when we raised over $13,000.
"We've already raised $2000 for Headspace through our push-up challenge. We challenge our players to do as many push-ups as they can throughout the month of June and we started that last year."
The actual Headspace Cup trophy will be contested for on August 8, when CSU senior teams play against clubs that will be representing Bathurst District Football, with the side with the most points winning the trophy.
There'll also be an online raffle and donation stations on the day.
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