Kinderkick is a fundamental motor skills program that is designed to target children aged three to five years.
NAB AFL Auskick is the Australian Football League’s key introductory program for primary school-aged boys and girls and their families.
AFL 9s is the new nine-a-side version of Australian football that everyone can play. Alternative rules make it a social game that is easy to learn, safe to play and and heaps of fun!
Indigenous players have brought flare and talent to the game for many decades. Lightning speed with agility and skill to match have made indigenous players crowd favourites as well as providing many highlight reels. AFLQ are hoping to continue these highlights and produce the star players we love.
The AFL multicultural program has been created to assist communities to access Australian Football whether that is as a player, fan, volunteer or umpire. AFLQ has embraced this program and are hoping to continue the aims of the AFL and make a AFL a completely inclusive sport as opposed to a exclusive sport. By strengthening communities and providing opportunities for better futures, AFLQ hopes to make a difference for the greater good of the sport.
Volunteers are an important part of sport. To find out more about becoming a volunteer and a respected member of the AFLQ community.