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One Team, One Goal

One Team One Goal: Celebrating DiversityOne Team, One Goal 2016 winners announced

This year, students were invited to design a footy jumper that reflects Victoria's cultural diversity. Congratulations to all our winners and finalists.

See: One Team, One Goal 2016 Winners

Priz​​es

A selection of prizes will be awarded to the winning student and their school in the Primary and Secondary streams, including: 

  • a certificate signed by the Deputy Premier and an AFL representative/s
  • a One Team, One Goal footy jumper or One Team, One Goal Sherrin football
  • a football clinic run by an AFL Multicultural Ambassador
  • tickets for use by their school at an AFL Multicultural Round football game
  • the display of their work on the Department's competition web page.​


One Team, One Goal 2015

In 2015 primary and secondary students were invited to create a radio commercial, video or visual presentation that celebrated diversity.  

See: One Team, One Goal 2015 winners and finalists


One Team, One Goal 2014

In 2014 primary students were asked to design a poster, and secondary students to design a logo. The winning logo was used on the special edition footballs awarded to winners in 2015.

See: One Team, One Goal: Celebrating Diversity 2014 finalists

One Team, One Goal: Celebrating Diversity

Victor​ia is a great multicultural success story. Together with our indigenous community we have citizens from more than 200 countries, speaking 260 languages and dialects other than English and following 135 faiths.

Our diver​sity is one of our strengths. It is important that we celebrate diversity within our schools and broader community.

If there's one thing that unites Victorians, it's football. Football ​​brings people from all backgrounds and from all corners of the state together to barrack for their teams.

That's why the AFL and the Victorian Government are inviting Victorian students and schools to participate in the One Tea​​​m, One Goal: Celebrating Diversity competition.

Curriculum support

Links to curriculum resources and suggested classroom activities for exploring diversity and developing intercultural understanding to support students’ participation in One Team, One Goal: Celebrating Diversity are available on the Department’s website. Activities provided will support teachers to engage with students in Prep to Year 10 across a number of curriculum areas. Activities are aligned to specific capabilities in the ACARA Intercultural Understanding framework. AFL-developed football-themed resources are also available. ​

For more information, see: One Team, One Goal classroom activities and resources

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