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Auskick Curriculum Support

NAB AFL Auskick Guiding Principles

The program aims to ensure participants receive the best introduction to Australian Football, develop an ongoing passion for the game and of course, have maximum fun

The guiding principles of the NAB AFL Auskick program are the following:

  • Small groups in a small playing area
    • Learning through games-based activities
      • Use equipment that best supports each Auskickers needs
        • Importance of fundamental motor skills
          • "Change it up concept
            • Click here to view what our AFL coaches have to say on the importance of the above guiding principles

                Each level in the Auskick program provides four key activity types that help progress Auskickers from learning the basics through to preparing for the transition to junior football.

                • Fundamental Motor Skills
                • Learning and mastering basic functional movement.

                  • Evasion and Invasion Games
                  • Fun games that replicate match scenarios.

                    • Football Specific Skills
                    • Learning and practising specific AFL skills.

                      • Match Play
                      • Small sided mini matches for maximum involvement.

                            Click here to view the weekly activities and session plans for your Auskick Level 1, Level 2 and Level 3 groups

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