Harnessing the world game to kick out hate
Calling all future Matildas and Socceroos!
Young people aged 12 to 25 from diverse cultures and backgrounds are invited to come together on 6 October for a community soccer tournament that aims to discourage anti-social behaviour and raise awareness of the risks of online hate and radicalisation.
In a true celebration of multiculturalism, the Kick Out Hate soccer tournament will harness the power of the world game to bring together young people and foster harmony in the community.
To be held during the school holidays at Futsal Park in Blair Athol, the tournament is a collaboration between the Department of Human Services, One Culture Football, SEDA College, the Australian Federal Police community liaison team, and Adelaide United Football Club.
Registrations for the five-a-side tournament are now open and young people are encouraged to get involved.
Mark your calendars and be part of the action as a player, or enjoy it from the sidelines.
Registration is free and closes Friday 29 September.