The new Sports Voucher government Scheme will see the NAB AFL Auskick program cost participants $25 (metro) or $20 (country) for the program. If you decide not to redeem your ORS Sports Voucher at your local NAB AFL Auskick centre you will be charged a registration fee of $75 (metro) or $70 (country) for the program.
Please follow the prompts on the registration system to submit your ORS Sports Voucher and receive the reduce cost.
More information about the Sport Voucher program can be found at http://www.sportsvouchers.sa.gov.au/ Centres also have the opportunity to place a centre levy of up to $25 on the cost.
If you would like to participate in another NAB AFL Auskick program after already participating in a full Auskick program in the same year the continuing Auskick participant $25 to re-register.
Please register as a re-registering participant through the online system, by selecting yes to the question ‘Have you completed a full Auskick Program this year’.
The $25 covers program costs, the 10 weeks of football skills and player insurance. Participants will not receive another participant benefits pack.
There are certain benefits of the program that are much more accessible for participants in metropolitan areas than those in country areas. These include AFL player appearances and specific NAB AFL Auskick AFL club events and Super Clinics that cannot be conducted in regional areas due to the limitations on accessing AFL players and AFL club staff. For that reason, we have aimed to keep the registration cost for country participants as low as possible.
If you visit the NAB AFL Auskick website www.aflauskick.com.au and click on the register button it will take you to the centre locator. From here you will be able to enter your postcode to view a list of the closest centres operating in your area with all of the relevant contact details and start times. If you know the name of the centre you are looking for you can also type in the name of the centre.
The NAB AFL Auskick start date varies from centre to centre. If you visit the NAB AFL Auskick website www.aflauskick.com.au and click on the register button it will take you to the centre locator. The centre locator will provide information on each centre including their start date.
An example of what you can expect at a typical Auskick session includes:
– Warm up games/activities
– Skills i.e. Kicking, marking, handballing, bouncing
– Grid/modified game
– Encouragement awards, drinks and departure
To be eligible for the NAB AFL Auskick Program a participant must be aged 5 and above. A participant that is 4 years old, turning 5 in the football season (January- September), is eligible to participant on the conditions that a parent/ guardian accompanies that participant at each of the NAB AFL Auskick sessions. Most participants finish their NAB Auskick Program at 8 years old.
If the NAB AFL Auskick centre you would like to register for doesn’t currently display start dates this means they are still confirming this information.
If you have registered for the NAB AFL Auskick program before the centre has confirmed their times and dates you will receive a confirmation as soon as the times and dates are confirmed.
There is really no set uniform for Auskick sessions, just general sports clothing and either runners for football boots will be fine. Many kids also like to wear their favourite team’s colours and jumpers.
Each centre has a NAB AFL Auskick coordinator who runs the administration side of each centre. Each age group will have a main coach and helper coaches. All parents are encouraged to get involved in NAB AFL Auskick and no experience is necessary.
The NAB AFL Auskick program will vary in length from 10-15 weeks depending on your NAB Auskick centre. Each session will run for approximately 60 minutes.
All payments for the NAB Auskick Program must be done through the online registration system.
To pay online please follow the steps below:
1. Go to the AFL Auskick website and click on “register”
2. If you have already registered but wish to make payment, click the “Pay” button
3. Enter your Auskick number and your password
4. A green box with “Pay Now” should appear, click on this an follow the steps to complete your payment
5. If problems persist please try using another web browser before contacting your state office.
You can re-print your registration form by following the steps below:
1. Go to the AFL Auskick website and click on register
2. Click on update/pay
3. Enter your Auskick number and password
4. Click “Printable form” and then print out the resulting page to take with you to your centre.
Auskick centres run throughout the year. You are more than welcome to join in a centre half way through the program. Please visit the NAB AFL Auskick website www.aflauskick.com.au and click on the register button it will take you to the centre locator. Please refer to the centre locator for start dates alternatively you can email Auskick to discuss centres that will be starting in the near future email@example.com
Please visit the www.aflauskick.com.au website and click on the register button. Click Re-register and then you will have the opportunity to click “forgotten your NAB AFL Auskick number and/or password” this will allow for an email to be sent through to you with new details to allow you to complete the registration process.
Please email your state body to retrieve your NAB AFL Auskick number. Please use the centre locator to find your local AFL contact details.
If the registration form isn’t proceeding to the next page, often one of the questions hasn’t been correctly answered. Any unanswered fields should have red text above it outlining that the question hasn’t been answered.
Once all fields have been completed you will be able to proceed to the next page.
Yes, at the start of the registration process it will ask you to select the number of children you are registering. Simply select multiple children which will allow you to pay for all at once.
All schools should be on the list. Please ensure that the correct full name is entered including any apostrophes. If your school isn’t included on the list you will be able to select the “can’t find my school” option which will allow you to proceed.
You will see on the online registration form under the “Find School” option, there is a NOTE advertising to search on “Kindergarten” within your state. This means you can type the word “kindergarten” into the text box provided, ensuring that your state is selected from the drop down menu and then click “Find”. An option should generate for you to select and proceed through the registration form.
Unfortunately, no. You cannot change the type of pack you are getting. We have to stay within the allocated pack types.
The NAB AFL Auskick benefit pack will be posted directly to you. Pack deliveries will begin on 1st March 2017. If you have registered prior to this date you will receive your pack by 15th March. If you have registered after this date you will receive your pack within 10 business days.
Unfortunately no. Our production process is automated and the order information travels with the registration as it is being created. Please make sure you enter your postal address when completing your NAB AFL Auskick registration.
Please send through your participant’s full name, date of birth and Auskick centre to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will follow it up and get back to you.
We recommend you contact your local NAB AFL Auskick centre to see if they can specifically cater for your child’s needs.
In 2016, SA will have an Access for All Abilities centre identified by AAA in front of the centres name in the centre locator. For more information please contact email@example.com
The Auskick registration fee is a one off payment for the calendar year and it cannot be rolled over from one year to another. If you join a centre late during the year, please talk to the Auskick coordinator to see if there are any other programs operating later in the year nearby.
Unfortunately not all Auskickers are able to participate in half time matches each year. Each state has a selection process that occurs to identify groups to play at their respective venues throughout the season.
Please note that positions are limited to participate at these venues, playing at half time is a privledge to those who get the opportunity.
To find out more information about Half Time Auskick opportunities in your state, please contact your relevant state office.
NAB, the NAB AFL Auskick program’s major sponsor, select an NAB AFL Auskicker of the Week for 22 weeks across the season.
NAB contact the winners each week directly and it is these winners who go on to participate on Grand Final day and present the medals to the players.
The opportunity to register for the competition is open to all participants in the program and with over 175,000 participants across the country a large number register for the opportunity so with only 22 participants lucky enough to be selected it is as you can imagine a very popular competition. NAB make contact directly with winners a week or two out from when they are announced on Friday nights during the Channel 7 telecast.
The main sponsor for the Auskick program is NAB, along with a network of other sponsors. Applications for sponsorship would need to go through AFL Head Office.