The Australian Football League (AFL) receives many requests to assist with ticketing from a wide range of community groups including schools, junior football clubs, youth & church groups and formal organisations supporting specific disadvantaged or disability groups. The AFL recognises it has a corporate responsibility to the broader community and therefore provides community groups with access to our great game via the AFL Community Support Ticketing Program. Through this program we are able to offer access to selected games* throughout the year via AFL "sponsored" ticketing.
Please check the AFL’s website from March 2017 for further details.
Access FREE online AFL Football lessons and activities here: www.afllearning.com.au and create a new account with your own password.
For further information contact Manager Programs, David Lindsay on 9287 5590 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Join the team that resources, recognises, motivates and rewards teachers who choose to actively engage their school in the game of Australian Football.
Over 1300 WA primary and secondary teachers have joined this national program since its inception here in 2004.
Free professional development opportunities are available throughout the year.
The AFL provides a selection of the following:
Click here to register http://aflcommunityclub.com.au/index.php?id=393
For more details regarding the AFLSA program, please contact Manager Schools Programs, David Lindsay on 9287 5590 or email email@example.com or Communit Football Coordinator, Andrew King on 9287 5548 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The West Coast Eagles provide a range of programs for primary school children, including the Eagles Rock my School and the Access All Areas competition and the ever popular Eagles Cup. The strong emphasis on education helps ensure the success and relevance of these programs. With Kicking Goals and a new High Schools program in development, all sectors of WA schools are well catered for. Click here for more information.
The WAFC Footy Writing Competition is an ideal way for teachers to help motivate reluctant writers and prepare students for the upcoming NAPLAN tests.
The competition is open to all Year 3 and Year 5 students in Western Australia.
Prizes will be awarded to the winners and their schools in both Year 3 and Year 5 categories.
Entries close Friday April 7.
Register through the online registration form and download the information and entry form below.
The Multicultural Program assists new and emerging communities integrate by using Australian Rules Football as a vehicle for social inclusion.
The WAFC recognises Australian Rules Football has the capacity to bring communities together by building strong relationships through consultation and developing strategies to encourage participation.
Benefits of the program include:
The Multicultural Program also provides consultation services to local football clubs to assist with the integration of players from new and emerging communities. These services include cultural awareness workshops and community engagement sessions.
Register your interest through the online registration form. Simply select the "Multicultural Program" option under Programs.
Players are available to attend school assemblies or to take classes for selected sessions (subject to player availability)
To be eligible for resource assistance the following is required;
Register your interest through the online registration form. Simply select the appropriate option under Programs.
NOTE: Due to capped funding streams, schools can only nominate for one category
Applications for funding close May 19th 2017. All schools will be notified by Week 6, Term 2 on funding distribution.