Multicultural Player Ambassadors

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Ages 18+
For Male / Female
Experience Elite Players
Cultural Multicultural

The Australia Post AFL Multicultural Player Ambassadors represent 12 AFL Clubs, four AFLW Clubs, and a wide range of diverse communities throughout Australia.

They play a crucial role in increasing cultural awareness, promoting inclusion and encouraging participation at all levels of Australian Football and the broader community. They are also the forefront of  the AFL Multicultural Round, held in Round 19 of the 2017 Toyota AFL Premiership Season.

The 2017 Australia Post Player Ambassadors

Female footballers Sabrina Frederick-Traub (Brisbane Lions), Darcy Vescio (Carlton), Helen Roden (Collingwood) and Akec Makur Susan Chuot (Fremantle) will be joined in promoting some of the many diverse backgrounds in Australia’s Game by Dayne Zorko (Brisbane Lions), Dyson Heppell (Essendon), David Zaharakis (Essendon), and Jake Kolodjashnij (Geelong), Adam Saad (Gold Coast SUNS), Tom Nicholls (Gold Coast SUNS), Stephen Coniglio (GWS GIANTS), Christian Salem (Melbourne), Majak Daw (North Melbourne), Jimmy Toumpas (Port Adelaide), Bachar Houli (Richmond), Aliir Aliir (Sydney Swans), Nic Naitanui (West Coast), Lin Jong (Western Bulldogs) and Jason Johannisen (Western Bulldogs).