WA Football Volunteer of the Year

Celebrating WA Football's Volunteers in 2024

The Volunteer of the Year award is a significant initiative undertaken by the West Australian Football Commission (WAFC), supported by The Sunday Times, to recognise the invaluable contribution of volunteers to the development and success of the sport.

Nominations are now open for 2024 in the following categories | NOMINATE A VOLUNTEER NOW

WA Football Volunteer | recognises an individual who has given their time and effort to support the football community. This could include helping to organise events, fundraising, or other volunteer activities.

NAB AFL Auskick Volunteer | recognises an individual who has gone above and beyond to support the Auskick program.  

Junior Club Coach| recognises a junior coach who has shown exceptional leadership, commitment, and dedication to their team and the sport of football.

Senior Club Coach| recognises a senior coach who has shown exceptional leadership, commitment, and dedication to their team and the sport of football.

Community Umpiring Service | recognises an umpire who has consistently demonstrated fair play, sportsmanship, and professionalism while officiating games.

Disability & Inclusion Ambassador | recognises the outstanding work of a volunteer in promoting the inclusion of People with Disability in football.

Diversity Ambassador | recognises the outstanding work of a volunteer that has been able to promote inclusion for Indigenous and/or Multicultural Communities in Australian Rules football.

AFL School Ambassador | recognises an individual who has made a significant contribution to their school community through football.

Young Community Volunteer | recognises an individual aged 15 - 25 years who has made an outstanding voluntary commitment over the past year and positively impacted the lives of others.

All category winners will be entered into the Toyota AFL National Volunteer of the Year award.