He is without doubt the most popular Gold Coast Titans player of all time and it's absolutely fitting that Preston Campbell, the pocket Rocket from Tingha was the Gold Coast Titans inaugural signing ahead of their debut season in 2007.

A Dally M Half back winner with the Cronulla Sharks, Preston Tasted Premiership success with the Panthers in 2003 playing alongside future Titans team mate Luke Swain and inaugural Football Manager Scott Sattler.

The pint size utility featured in some of the Gold Coast's most memorable victories and spectacular plays, his ability to weave his way through fierce defensive lines making him a favourite with Rugby League fans around the country.

Preston was the mastermind of the NRL All Stars match, and these days runs the Preston Campbell Foundation, providing guidance and assistance to young Australians.

Campbell player 267 NRL games, 103 of them for the Gold Coast Titans scoring 86 tries and 906 points.

Preston Campbell will captain the Gold Coast Titans Old Boys Invitational team at Cbus Super Stadium on Sunday July 8th. Get your tickets NOW.

Campbell represented

  • NSW Country
  • Dreamtime team
  • NRL Indigenous All Stars
  • Prime ministers XIII *Selected, did not play.