AFL and the Indigenous Community

Australian football is the sport of choice for Indigenous Australians.

The Indigenous population makes up two and a half percent of the total Australian population; from this, 90,000 participants are involved with AFL programs around the country. Indigenous Players make up 9% of our AFL list.

- More about the AFL & the Indigenous Community

Indigenous AFL Players

- Indigenous Employment Strategy




Indigenous Contribution to AFL

Latest News

AFL National Female Kickstart Championships

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Day 1 results[more]

Indigenous Female Footballers Given KickStart

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

The National AFL Female KickStart Championships kicked off in Burbengary, Queensland at the Moreton Bay Regional Sports Complex[more]

U16 Champs More than Footy for QLD Diversity

Thursday, May 22, 2014

The Queensland Diversity team has impressed in its first U16 State Championships[more]

2014 U15 National Australia Post All Nations Cup

Thursday, April 10, 2014

A stirring final quarter has fired the Victorian All-Nations Squad to victory in the Grand Final of the Indigenous and Multicultural National Championships.

Power of Diversity

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Government and AFL Partner to Show Victorian Students the Power of Diversity [more]

2014 Flying Boomerangs Squad

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

The Flying Boomerangs is a personal development and leadership program for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young men aged 14 -15 years-old[more]

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