The AFL Players’ Association has close to 3,500 past players as Alumni members.
These Alumni members with access to a range of benefits and services to recognise the contribution that past players have made to the game.
THE ALUMNI PROGRAM FOCUSES ON PROVIDING SUPPORT ON
Health and Wellbeing
AFL players often leave the game with a range of physical and sometimes metal issues. Included in the membership package is access to complimentary Wellbeing Consultations, concussion support, doctors networks, hospital excess reimbursement, The Players’ Trust Fund, Players’ Trust Grants and the Geoff Pryor Hardship Fund.
Alumni members all have access to the services of qualified financial advisors, who have extensive experience in both the football industry and the business world. As a member, you’ll have access to the AFL Players’ and AFL Superannuation Fund and the Player Retirement Scheme.
Past Players can access Education and Training Grants (E&T) for up to three years post retirement or delistment. These grants may be used for university studies, TAFE courses, short courses and licences.
Past players continuing their connection and affinity with the industry is a major focus of the Alumni program, with members eligible to access MCG game day events, the annual Madden Medal event and Alumni golf events.
ALUMNI MEMBERSHIP ELIGIBILITY
Former players who played at least one senior AFL game receive access to all our services, plus a range of lifetime benefits.
Joining the AFL Players’ Association as a past player member is a one-off payment that gives past players lifetime membership. For recently retired or delisted players, membership cost is the same as a listed AFL player. This amount is deducted from your retirement fund.
For further information, please contact Brad Fisher:
AFLPA Alumni Manager