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What is the TAC Club Rewards Program?

The TAC Club Rewards Program gives grassroots football and netball clubs the opportunity to earn up to $10,000 in funding by promoting road safety in their community. The purpose of this program is to remind Victorian communities that everyone has a role to play in the mission to eliminate deaths and serious injuries on our roads.

Who can apply for Club Rewards?

All AFL Victoria-affiliated clubs across regional Victoria and in the metropolitan leagues can take part in the TAC Club Rewards Program.

How do I apply for Club Rewards?

To find out more about how to apply for the TAC Club Rewards program, follow the how-to-guide instructions [INSERT LINK].

All applications are processed through SmartyGrants, and are assessed by a panel of AFL Victoria and TAC representatives, based on the application criteria.

Can I print my own posters?

Yes. If you would like more posters up around the club, you can print your own by downloading them at

Where can I get Club Rewards merchandise?

Merchandise will be distributed to local associations / leagues in June for collection by clubs. Stay tuned for information from your local league representative.

How will banter submissions be distributed?

Your club can be involved in the making of the 2024 TAC and AFL Victoria campaign, by getting creative and submitting campaign slogans that encourage behaviour change around speeding among the AFL Victoria community. Submit slogans here. Select slogans will feature on campaign materials during Road Safety Round 2024. Encourage your players to submit slogans to feature on the big stage. Get creative, keep it positive and read the terms and conditions before entering.

How will I find out if my club has been successful in receiving Club Rewards funding?

AFL Victoria will release communications via email to successful club recipients after the review period has taken place with the evaluation panel. It is anticipated that successful clubs will be contacted in late October 2024.

How do I receive payment if my club is successful?

View the How-to-guide for instructions on receiving funding payments.

Road Safety Round

When is Road Safety Round?

Road Safety Round is scheduled for the weekend 20-21 July, with promotional activity beginning Sunday 14 July.

When can I collect my Road Safety Round armbands?

Armbands will be distributed to local associations and leagues in late June. Stay tuned for information from your local league representative.

We have a bye or away game for Road Safety Round, can I pick another round?

Yes. Your club can promote Road Safety Round as an away team or on another weekend – ideally the weekend immediately following. Be sure to take create awareness with your members and take photos to share afterwards.

What is a Late-Laps community event? How can I get involved this year?

Speeding is often justified by the need to arrive on time, especially when being late leads to negative outcomes like penalty laps in footy training. However, speeding is never the right choice. To help tackle speeding and reduce the pressure to speed to arrive on time, we’re inviting clubs to host an event in which members of the community run late laps on behalf of players, empowering them to slow down on the roads.


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