The AFL National Inclusion Carnival is an annual representative carnival for athletes with an intellectual disability. The carnival provides Australia’s most talented footballers with disability the opportunity to represent their State/Territory.
AFL Victoria send two representative teams, Victoria Country and Victoria Metro, to compete in the carnival. Our representative teams are underpinned by our Victorian FIDA Football League.
|2014||Victoria Country||Victoria Metro||10.6.66 def 5.6.36||Ransford Oval, Melbourne|
|2015||Victoria Metro||NSW/ACT||6.8.44 def 5.4.34||Punt Rd Oval, Melbourne|
|2016||Victoria Metro||South Australia||10.5.65 def 2.5.17||Preston City Oval, Melbourne|
|2017||Vic Metro||NSW/ACT||9.7.61 def 1.2.8||Broadbeach Oval, Gold Coast|
|2018||Vic Metro||South Australia||10.7.67 def 2.3.15||UTAS Stadium, Launceston|
For more information please contact AFL Victoria Disability Programs Manager, Scott Nicholas on firstname.lastname@example.org or 0436 434 556.
Check out what the AFL National Inclusion Carnival is all about with this video below:
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