The players will visit the classrooms of over 20 schools to deliver two of the club’s community programs. Image: Brooke Bowering.

PORT ADELAIDE will hit the road next week when the entire AFL playing squad travels to the Fleurieu Peninsula for the 2024 AFL Community Camp.

For the first time since the events inception in 2003, the club will deliver its community programs to over 4,000 students across the peninsula, culminating in a junior football clinic for kids aged between 5-15.

Hitting the classrooms of over 20 schools, the players will deliver two of the club’s community programs, the Community Youth Program, and the Santos Aboriginal Power Cup.

The Community Youth Program endeavours to teach young people to make positive and healthy life choices, and the Santos Aboriginal Power Cup program explores and embraces Aboriginal culture.

The camp will then culminate in an AFL skill based junior clinic run by the Port Adelaide players at the Encounter Bay Football Club, with a signing session rounding out the day.

The junior clinic is free for kids between the ages of 5-15, with no registration required.

Junior clinic details

Date: Tuesday, 13th February 2024
Time: 4pm – 5pm, followed by a signing session with the AFL players.
Location: Encounter Bay Football Club, 16 Armstrong Road, Victor Harbor
Ages: 5-15 years of age

We look forward to seeing you there!