FV's All-Abilities League: Football for ALL

Although currently suspended due to the lockdown, Football Victoria’s All-Abilities League has been in full swing this year, with Season 2021 proving to be more popular than ever.

Launched in 2017, the league was formed to provide people of all backgrounds, skill levels and capabilities a pathway to the beautiful game. A year later in 2018, a second league was formed in Geelong.

The league specifically caters for people of all ages and genders who are living with physical and/or intellectual disabilities. By providing a modified yet competitive version of our game, the All-Abilities League has broken down entry barriers and has made football more accessible to more Victorians than ever before.  

The league is proudly sponsored by FBA Care, GenU and the Victorian State Government. All three passionately advocate for inclusivity and share Football Victoria's commitment to ensuring that football is a game for ALL.

Lee Tarlamis MP (LEFT) attended the Frankston Pines Football Club to show his support for the All-Abilities League.

The All-Abilities League has now grown to boast five competitions, including four Vic Metro competitions consisting of a a social league, junior league and two senior divisions.

We strongly encourage Clubs to get involved. If your Club is interested in hosting an All-Abilities team, please refer to the following link.

2021 Club Support EnquiriesIf you're a player, or know a player who might be keen to try, please complete the following expression on interest. 

2021 Player Expression of Interest

For any other enquiries, please contact Multicultural Programs Officer, Abraham Abraham at Abraham.Abraham@footballvictoria.com.au

2021 All Abilities Club Handbook

For a copy of the 2021 All Abilities Club Handbook, which contains details on the competition format, dates, team entry costs and more. Please see the link below.

All Abilities Handbook

Lee Tarlamis MP (centre), Labor Member for South Eastern Metropolitan region alongside Vice President of Frankston Pines FC Victor Kumar and Nick Hatzoglou, Head of Diversity & Inclusion at Football Victoria.