Football Australia is opening up nominations to be submitted for the Hall of Fame class of 2021.
The Football Australia Hall of Fame recognises extraordinary accomplishments over a career by players, coaches, referees, administrators, media and participants who have made a significant contribution to the game in Australia.
Nominations close on 31 December 2021 at 11:59pm AEDT, with the football community encouraged to submit their recommendations for the next inductees
The nominations will be judged by a panel of Football Australia historians and should meet the following criteria:
- Players have to be retired for a period of five (5) years
- Coaches, referees, administrators or media representatives may be recognised for their overall sustained contribution to the game
- Recipients of an Australian Football Award may also be considered
- Nominees must be Australian citizens
- All nominations must be for individuals
Note: Unsuccessful nominees may be re-nominated in subsequent years
Submit a nomination below:
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