NAB AFL Auskick for kids with low vision or blindness

Victorian Blind Football League (VBFL) participants line up for their match in Tullamarine. Image: Nerissa Byrne/VBFL Facebook

AFL Victoria and the Victorian Blind Football League (VBFL) are excited to announce the launch of the all-new NAB AFL Auskick program for children with low vision or blindness.

The Blind and Low Vision Auskick Centre provides an opportunity for kids aged 5 to 16 years old, who live with a significant vision impairment, to participate in a NAB AFL Auskick session tailored to meet their needs.

The Blind and Low Vision Auskick Centre will run for five sessions at Game On Indoor Sports (Formally Action Indoor Sports), Tullamarine, starting Friday 5 July and concluding with a game during half time at the VBFL Grand Final on Sunday 28 July.

Participants will have the opportunity to hand out the premiership medals to the winning VBFL team and an immersive grand final day experience to show the kids the opportunities available in blind football.

Session dates and times

Friday 5th July - 5pm - 6pm

Friday 12th July - 5pm - 6pm

Friday 19th July - 5pm - 6pm

Saturday 27th July - 9am - 10am

Sunday 28th July - TIME TBC (Game @ Half Time of Victorian Blind Football League Grand Final)


Game On Indoor Sports Centre (formerly Action Indoor Sports Centre), 10-12 Carrick Dr, Tullamarine VIC 3043


5 - 16 years old (mixed gender)

Age is calculated as at 31/12/2024

Pricing information

$50 for a five week program with support staff

To register for the Blind and Low Vision Auskick Centre, click here