Indigenous News

12 Vics receive national selection

Twelve of Victoria’s best Under 15 male Indigenous and Multicultural players have been selected for the AFL’s 2018 Rio Tinto Flying Boomerangs and World Team representative squads.

Record numbers lace up for Unity Cup

A record number of players from multicultural backgrounds have experienced the joy of kicking around a Sherrin at the Towards Zero Unity Cup gala event on Sunday.

Anticipation grows for Towards Zero Unity Cup

Anticipation is brewing across the state, ahead of the 2018 Towards Zero Unity Cup on Sunday April 8.

Big V finalises 2018 Diversity Champs squads

Victoria has finalised its Kickstart and All Nations representative squads ahead of the 2018 AFL National Diversity Championships this month.

2018 AFL Community Ambassadors

Nearly 100 of the game’s dedicated community volunteers have flocked to Melbourne for the 2018 AFL Community Ambassador Program induction day on Saturday.

Boorimul Camp kicks off

AFL Victoria’s new female Indigenous development program Boorimul has officially kicked off, with 28 participants flocking to Punt Road Oval for the inaugural camp last weekend. 

Seven Vics selected for Flying Boomerangs

Seven of Victoria’s best under-16 Indigenous players will travel to Fiji this week for the 2017 Rio Tinto AFL Flying Boomerangs Leadership Program from December 2-9.

2017 Jim Stynes & Laguntas Programs

AFL Victoria is reaching out for expression of interest for this year’s Jim Stynes and Laguntas Programs and would love to have you involved!

Football the sport of Choice for Victorians

Australian Football is continuing to win the hearts and minds of Victorians, with more than 461,000 participants picking up the football in 2017.

Stars claim inaugural Koorie Female Cup

The Fitzroy Stars have etched their names into the history books after claiming the inaugural Koorie Female Football Carnival title at Punt Road Oval on Sunday.

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