Parents are the driving force behind NAB AFL Auskick. Their role as coordinators, coaches and volunteers is fundamental to the success of the program.

What is NAB AFL Auskick?

In weekly sessions kids explore the world of AFL, building football skills and playing in a safe and super fun setting. And because we believe every child should have the opportunity to grow-up healthy and strong, you’ll find NAB AFL Auskick is one of the most competitively priced sport programs available in most communities.

Join thousands of kids all over the country who pull on their runners each week to play with new and old friends at NAB AFL Auskick.

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What is NAB AFL Auskick?
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Get Involved with Auskick

Parents are the driving force behind NAB AFL Auskick. Their role as coordinators, coaches and volunteers is fundamental to the success of the program.

As a parent, you will be encouraged by your centre coordinators to get involved in your child’s NAB AFL Auskick program. You do not need any previous experience to assist the centre coordinator or the coaching coordinator.

We aim to involve parents as much as possible in our weekly sessions from practicing the skills with your kids, to participating in the fun games we play throughout the season.

Your experience as a parent is all you need to be a valuable volunteer. If you would be interested in becoming an Auskick coordinator/coach please look at our coordinators section or contact your state AFL office for more information. Each state offers coaching courses available as well as resources to ensure all volunteers are well equipped to deliver a high quality program.

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What to Expect at NAB AFL Auskick

Coaching & Activities

In 2018, the AFL has introduced a brand new coaching and activity program, developed with the support of industry experts across coaching, childhood development and education, as well as Auskick coaches, parents and participants. The new program includes structured weekly sessions, based on activities and equipment designed to maximise fun, involvement and skill development.

More information can be found here, including detailed session and activity plans, how to set up a session and tips on getting more parents involved.

The new program will be gradually rolled out across the country over 2018 and 2019 to ensure Auskick Centres and coaches get the best possible support to implement effectively.

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All Abilities

Everyone can play when the right attitudes, structures and the systems are in place to support kids of all abilities. We’ve partnered with Deakin University to deliver AllPlay Footy so that all children can enjoy NAB AFL Auskick and truly feel like a part of the community.

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NAB Can Help Your Auskicker

NAB’s partnership with AFL Auskick continues to provide much needed support to over 190,000 participants and 20,000 volunteers, involved at the 3,500 centres around the country.

NAB AFL Auskicker of the Year

The chance to win an unforgettable 3-day Grand Final experience in Melbourne

NAB AFL Auskick Local Packs

Opportunities for NAB employees to support their local NAB AFL Auskick community

NAB AFL Auskick Freekick

The NAB AFL Auskick Free-Kick initiative is a national loan referral program

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