More than 50 Korean students were given an introductory taste of AFL football at a holiday program held in Sydney's Olympic Park last month.
Thirty young Muslim men got a taste of life as professional footballers last month as they participated in the Bachar Houli Academy at the ME Bank Centre.
Sport and culture came together at the annual Korean Day Festival in Strathfield Park last weekend at one of the largest events for the Korean community.
An innovative networking campaign has connected AFL clubs all around the club with Baulkham Hills sending footy jumpers to Papua New Guinea.
Ali Faraj from the GWS GIANTS is in the running to win the People’s Choice prize as part of the Australian Muslim Achievement Awards.
Sydney resident Sue Yeon was recently named the national Multicultural Community Ambassador of the Year for her work with the Korean community.
One of the more remarkable stories to come out of Narrabeen Sports High’s AFL schools program this year was the performance of Tenzin Tenkyong.
GWS GIANTS big man and AFL NSW/ACT multicultural ambassador Setanta O’hAilpin spoke to school students about the importance of respecting women.