The Australian Football Coaches Association – Victoria branch is a non profit sporting organisation that aims to provide necessary level of guidance and support to ensure that every person who coaches and plays Australian Football has the opportunity to reach their potential. LEARN MORE
History of AFCA
The Australian Football Coaches Association (AFCA) Victorian Branch was formed in December 1987, under the direction of VFL Development Manager Kevin Sheehan, with Allan Jeans as the inaugural president. LEARN MORE
The Australian Football Coaches Association (AFCA) is operational in all states and territories of Australia, managed by the State Coaching Manager in each state.
Within Victoria are a number of branches, dedicated to helping guide, develop and support coaches in their specific region. CLICK HERE to contacts your local AFCA representative.
Coach of the Year
As part of the ongoing commitment of AFL Victoria to assist coaches in their role, a regional based coaching recognition program is conducted by the regional AFCA branches.
A highlight of the AFCA(Vic) calendar year is the Annual State Victorian Coach of the Year Awards conducted in November. LEARN MORE
AFCA Newsletter and Resources
AFCA members receive a quarterly update that includes all local news and events, along with valuable resources to help coaches stay up to date with the latest trends and coaching techniques. Access to videos, articles a guide books are available to all members.
CLICK HERE to see a list of resources currently on offer.