In 2018, the Robert Rose Foundation Victorian Wheelchair Football League (VWFL) was launched, providing Victorian’s with a physical disability the opportunity to play AFL in a regular competition.
Five teams will take part during in the inaugural season, with Disability Sport & Recreation (DSR) playing the key role of managing and administering the teams, working in close collaboration with the AFL Clubs involved.
Collingwood, Essendon, Hawthorn, Richmond and St Kilda all secured teams in 2018, and will be working closely with DSR and AFL Victoria on a range of initiatives to further develop the sport of AFL Wheelchair in Victoria.
The league provides a unique opportunity for people to participate in our great game. It’s fast, it’s fun, and it’s for everyone.
EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST | COMMUNITY LEAGUE
In 2021, AFL Victoria introduced the Robert Rose Victorian Wheelchair Football Community League, with the aim to continually engage new players to participate and to give existing players the opportunity to hone their skills and develop.
If you would like to come and give AFL Wheelchair a go, please complete the below EOI and AFL Victoria will get in touch with you.
CLICK HERE: Expressions of Interest - Community League
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