The All Nations Cup is a week-long round robin championships (Male Diversity Championships) offer participants the chance to represent their state in a national carnival and is also a pathway into the World Team talent program. In addition to football development, the program also provides a development pathway for aspiring multicultural male coaches and umpires.
The Program Experience
Jayden Applebee, 2017 All Nations participant:
I loved every minute of being part of the first ever Tasmania All Nations Team. Making new friends from my own State and meeting other players from around the country was what I liked most about the program and I really enjoyed getting to talk to former AFL super stars like Mathew Stokes and David Rodan who are all involved with the Diversity program.
I would definitely recommend being part of this program if you have the opportunity, I loved being part of the All Nations carnival, it has given me a better understanding of what is required to play at a higher level.
HOW CAN YOU BE INVOLVED?
Participants at the All Nations Cup have been selected through their state selection trails. To find out more about your state selection trials please contact your state AFL Multicultural Programs Manager.