Current Deaf Football Australia Squad 2020/21
(From left to right)
Top row: Pete Nowakowski (Assistant Coach), Allan Edmondson (Assistant Coach), Christian Currie (GK Coach), Tim Palmer, Chris Golding, Marc Valente, Max Muscat, Stuart Clear, Jamie Flanagan, Harry Bell, Maxi Shanahan, Sam Bainbridge, Zac Lowe, Anthony Del Vecchio, James Lambert (Head Coach & TD), Edward van der Meulen (Operations Assistant), Raymond Younis (Fitness & Wellbeing Coach)
Front row: Brett Knight (AUSLAN Interpreter), Tom Bell, Daniel Gravas, Hussein Ibraham, Aaron Hawes, Joshua Doe (Captain), David Hook, Michael Salmon, David Zelevarov, Lorenzo Rodriguez, Joshua Manton
Deaf Football Australia Technical Staff & Administrators 2020/21
Head Coach & Technical Director
Fitness & Wellbeing Coach
Assistant Coach & Technical Assistant
Edward van der Meulen
Past Players of Deaf Football Australia
To represent Deaf Football Australia is a proud achievement for any player and this results in a long term association with the organisation. We see it as the responsibility of the committee to maintain this link by providing opportunities for social interaction and also for the support of the varying needs of our members and players.
Like many volunteer groups, Deaf Football Australia is continually on the lookout for support from the Corporate sector. We are happy to promote businesses and companies who may consider sponsorship of Deaf Football Australia functions and activities.
Our aim is to have a complete database of all past players and sponsors and we invite you to view our past players list here. We are delighted with the growing support of players from recent eras and, as we encourage this trend, this will provide the energy to further develop the scope of Deaf Football Australia. The proud tradition of Deaf Football Australia is built on team work and solidarity and one of the fundamental objectives of the Deaf Football Australia is to involve past players with the aim to maintain Deaf Football Australia as the premier sporting organisation in Australia.