Tackle the issue of violence against women by educating your players on appropriate behaviour to respect women
On 21st November 2014 the National Sport Inclusion Alliance held a Network Forum at the National Tennis Centre in Melbourne.
Joseph from Sydney's Moore Park gives us a first-hand look at his experiences playing AFL 9s.
Clubs should ask themselves why they exist to help establish a meaningful mission statement and plan
Meet the 2014 State Volunteers of the Year who walked in the parade and attended the 2014 Toyota AFL Grand Final
There are several resources available online to assist you with your role as a coach
Coolbinia JFC in Perth provides children with disabilities a chance to play AFL
Coaching your players to win contested ball has become critical in the modern game
Xavier Clarke discusses how special it is to play on ANZAC Day
Coaches play a massive role in the development of young players
Government and AFL Partner to Show Victorian Students the Power of Diversity
Kashif Bouns leads the Pakistani Shaheens towards their inaugural International Cup birth.
Aiden King is collecting duplicate footy cards and donating them to those less fortunate
WA will be represented at the 2015 AFL National Inclusion Carnival
The Jim Stynes Scholarships are named after Jim Stynes in recognition of his outstanding efforts not only as a professional Australian Football player and administrator, but also as a philanthropist, charity worker and writer. During his 264-game career with Melbourne Football Club in the...
AFL umpires will mentor a select group of emerging young umpires in 2015
Brent Wallace ready to call without fear or favour
Umpire Shaun Ryan has returned to the AFL from a three-year lay-off
Chelsea Roffey is the most high-profile umpire in football. This is both by default and design
Stuart Wenn will be the Field Umpires Coach at this year’s NAB AFL National Champs
NSW to contest the U16s Girls Championships at the School Sport Australia carnival
2015 will be a year of firsts for the Independent Schools Program in NSW
Clayton North is a school of around 300 students represented by over 50 countries of origin and speaking over 50 different languages
A new AFL school sports program was recently launched to get children excited about AFL and getting active
2014 has been a successful year for NSW/ACT in all its School Girls programs