This competition is now OPEN.
Made possible through the CFWA's ongoing partnership with the Insurance Commission of WA and their Belt Up message, the NAIDOC football celebrates and acknowledges the enormous contribution Aboriginal and Indigenous players continue to make to our great game and the regional communities it is played in.
After the success of the Belt Up NAIDOC Design a Ball Competition last year, we are excited to continue the competition for the design of the 2024 NAIDOC Belt Up football which is open exclusively to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community.
To enter fill out this Form - 2023 Belt Up NAIDOC Design a Ball Comp Form
Terms & Conditions for this competition can be found here.
For ideas, below is the winning design by Gertrina Hayden and meaning behind the 2022 NAIDOC Belt Up Football.
Gertrina’s design depicts the green ovals played on all over the country with the blue and brown background and dots showing connection to the North and South of WA. Three large lines with white dots show the roads travelled by many family and community to all different towns and country ovals for the love of football. The small white lines joining the communities and football ovals and connecting to the main roads onto smaller country roads.