SAFETY FIRST, ALWAYS
Everyone who plays Auskick has the right to be safe, feel safe, and play safe. Our activities are non-contact, and we use softer footballs and round balls of all different sizes.
The AllPlay Footy resources for parents, coaches and coordinators ensure children with disability can enjoy the Auskick experience.
CULTURALLY SAFE ENVIRONMENT
Auskick is a culturally safe, inclusive and welcoming environment. We want everyone to come along and be a part of our great game. You don’t need any knowledge of footy to get involved – it’s all about getting together, making new friends, and having fun while you learn!
MORE ABOUT SAFETY AND INCLUSION
We have many centres that have listed themselves as access all abilities. You can search for the centres nearest you on the Find an Auskick centre page, or get in touch with our customer service team at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll be happy to help you find one.
We do have some girls only centres and some centres that run girls only groups. You can search for the centres nearest you on the Find an Auskick centre page, or get in touch with our customer service team at email@example.com and we’ll be happy to help you find one.
Every Auskick centre has a coordinator who runs the administration side, and every age group has a main coach and helper coaches. We encourage all parents/guardians to get involved as Activity Helpers - no experience necessary!
Sure can! We’re pleased to offer the first session of every program for free (subject to that centre’s capacity and COVID requirements) to trial Auskick before registering. Just make sure you chat to the centre coordinator before the session starts to let them know you’re there to try it out.
For any community/club Auskick centres, an adult needs to be present for your Auskicker’s whole session. We love all parents/guardians to join in, so why not get involved in your child’s group? No experience necessary!