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Lions Footy Frenzy

Brisbane Lions Footy Frenzy is the primary promotional program delivered by AFL Queensland Development Staff. Lions Footy Frenzy engages primary schools across the Lions Zone to teach students basic skills including kicking, marking and handballing along with playing modified games to encourage students to play within their school team or their Junior Community Club.  

In 2017 Lions Footy Frenzy was rolled out by AFL Queensland staff to over 45,000 students from Brisbane to Bundaberg and out to Toowoomba and the Darling Downs, engaging students from Prep -  Year 6 along with teachers who are pivotal to promoting the game at a grassroots level. 

For more information and to host a lions Footy Frenzy program at your school please contact your local AFLQ Development office on the details below:

Brisbane South

Regional Manager – Darren Resuggan

E: Darren.resuggan@afl.com.au

Brisbane North

Regional Manager – David Harding

E: david.harding@afl.com.au

Sunshine Coast

Regional Manager – Paul Tresise

E: paul.tresise@afl.com.au

Wide Bay

Regional Manager – Dayne Frew

E: dayne.frew@afl.com.au

Darling Downs

Regional Manager – Jeff Neumann

E: jeff.neumann@afl.com.au

School Ambassador Program

Driving participation through schools wouldn’t happen without the passion and energy teachers have to promote the game of Australian Rules across Primary and Secondary Schools. In partnership with AFL Queensland the Brisbane Lions work to reward and acknowledge the great work teachers do in helping students play our great game.

Each year teachers are invited to attend games at The Gabba, get involved in Masterclass sessions and a special number are rewarded for their hard work and dedication through the AFL School Ambassador of the Year awards.

The School Ambassador (AFLSA) program aims to resource, recognise, motivate and reward teachers who strongly promote the game of Australian football in their school and their community. 

The main expectations of an AFL School Ambassador include:

  • Provide a point of contact for the distribution of information to teachers, parents and school children
  • Assist in the distribution of resources to teachers and sports PE coordinators ensuring schools have the required equipment to complete an AFL program
  • Implement AFL education packages in schools and professionally develop staff where necessary
  • Assist the AFL in the promotion of AFL competitions within the school and in local community groups
  • Ensure the school is participating in all football programs available
  • Liaise with other Ambassadors if possible to develop a competition based program within their school sporting region
  • Promotion of football programs in media/school newsletter
  • To be a positive role model
  • Liaise where possible with local Auskick centres and Junior Football clubs to promote student participation.
  • Liaise with local Junior Club and or local Auskick coordinator to assist with the promotion of Australian Football within the local community. 

Register online now.

Q Schools Cup

About the AFL Queensland Schools Cup: 

The Brisbane Lions are proud to partner with AFL Queensland to continue our support of the AFLQ Schools Cup. Regional winners throughout the Brisbane Lions Zone are recognized with the award of their regional champions perpetual shields.

Introduced in 2016, the AFL Queensland Schools Cup is AFL Queensland’s premier schools’ competition

The state-wide, interschool competition for boys and girls ran across three divisions; Primary, Junior (Years 7 – 9) and Senior (Years 10 – 12) 

419 teams from 226 schools competed in a knockout style tournament throughout 2016. Of the 24 teams that made it through to the finals weekend, six were from North Queensland.

The top seeds of the AFL Queensland Schools of Excellence Division entered the competition at the qualifying and semi-final stages. 

The competition culminated with three winning boys and three winning girls’ teams crowned AFL Queensland Schools Cup State Champions.

The AFL Queensland Schools Cup is proudly supported by Tribal Sport.

Divisions

Years 4-6:

Primary Male (15 a-side) and Primary Female (12 a-side)

Years 7-9:

Junior Male (18 a-side) and Junior Female (16 a-side)

Years 10-12:

Senior Male (18 a-side) and Senior Female (16 a-side)

CLICK here to nominate.