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The Men's and Women's Deaf teams bring in players from all over Australia. Each athlete in the Squad has an average hearing loss of 55 Decibels or more. The players range from ages of 15 to 38 and have all levels of experience from early years to professional league. Each year the team gets together 3 times for training camps around Australia in preparation for an upcoming tournament.
Donations are used to help the national team in purchasing uniforms, equipment, and aid in travel expenses when the team is traveling to training camps and to major international tournaments. With your help, we can eliminate extra costs that come out of the pockets of the players and staff members.
If you would like to make a donation to Deaf Football Australia, please contact the Secretary - Brian Seymour.
Welcome to Deaf Football Australia
The executive board of Deaf Football Australia would like to welcome you to our new updated website. Our aim is to keep you updated with what’s happening in the organisation and to promote Deaf Football within the wider community.
Regardless of your age, or whether you are male or female - if you are deaf or hearing impaired and interested in playing football, please contact us and we will advise you on the steps to take.
If you would like to learn more about Deaf Football Australia, please contact the Secretary of Deaf Football Australia - Brian Seymour. We look forward to hearing from you and hope we can promote Deaf Football Australia to the wider community.
The current Deaf Football Australia Executive and Committee 2013 are:
Ray Younan (interim President)
Geoffrey Petty (Vice-President)
Brian Seymour (Secretary)
Samuel Miller (Publications and Media)
Fayaz Meghani (NSW Delegate)
Ben Fahy (Central Coast Delegate)
Tanya Morgan (South Australia - interim)
Aleks Petrasevic (Queensland Delegate)
If you have any questions regarding Deaf Football Australia, please feel free to drop us a line and we will endeavour to respond within 24 hours.
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