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AFL Community Camps

The Australia Post AFL Community Camps started in 2003 and sees the Club visit regional communities and promote the game whilst giving fans a unique up-close experience with players and coaches.

Andrea Pearman, General Manager of Marketing and Community Relations at Australia Post said: “AFL is a fantastic way to bring people from all walks of life together. A common love of footy can help break down barriers and build social connection. The Australia Post AFL Community Camps provide access to our national game for communities and individuals who may not have the opportunity to enjoy everything the AFL and its clubs have to offer.  The camps form part of Australia Post’s ongoing commitment to building healthier, more vibrant and inclusive communities”. 

The Brisbane Lions are committed to working with communities within our Queensland zone and engaging with other regional areas on an annual basis. In 2017 the club spent two days in Bundaberg, Hervey Bay, the Sunshine Coast and Darling Downs conducting Superclinics, Coaching Masterclass, supporting female football and multicultural development. Senior Coach Chris Fagan and GM of Football David Noble ventured to the South Burnett region to speak at a Business Leaders Breakfast sharing their knowledge and expertise to support the community outside of the traditional football sphere. You can see more about the 2017 camp here.

2018 dates will be promoted in due course so please check back for more details at a later date.