Community Camp focuses on engaging community football clubs  and local schools across the Brisbane Lions zone with Brisbane Lions AFL and AFLW players. Inspiring the love of AFL and the Brisbane Lions across South East Queensland is key to increasing code awareness, inspiring physical activity and boosting signups to play AFL.

In 2019, players were spread across 13 different regions, where they visited over 100 schools and 20 community clubs. Over the 2 days, more than 3000 kids took part in various activities with the players. The 2019 community camp marks the seventeenth year of the AFL community Camp program.

Since the first AFL Community Camps in 2003, there has been; 

  • 6,881 primary and secondary schools visited
  • 1,284,624 students reached during school visits
  • 99,425 children attended NAB AFL Auskick Superclinics
  • 47,420 people visited in hospitals and aged care facilities
  • 48,052 people attended Official Functions
  • 56,660 people have attended community football forums
  • Official Functions have raised over $820,188 for junior football, community clubs and local charities