Diversity and Inclusion
A Sport For All
Strengthening clubs and associations, growing participation and building communities through diversity investment, education and programs.
Strengthening Your Club, Association and Community
A Sport For All is Cricket Australia’s award-winning diversity and inclusion program that’s grown diversity participation by over 79% to record numbers since 2015.
It drives Australian cricket and helps grow clubs or associations through participant-growing diversity programs, easy-to-use training and education, and access to funding.
Commonwealth Bank – Supporting Community Cricket
A 30-year partner of Australian cricket and presenting partner of A Sport For All program, Commonwealth Bank is helping grow the diversity of grassroots cricket.
Their $5 million per year investment is Australia’s largest ever investment in women’s sport and diversity.
Through A Sport For All, The Commonwealth Bank are supporting more girls and women, multicultural, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and disability communities get involved in cricket.
The Objectives of A Sport For All
Grow the diversity of cricket participation
Identify, promote and support diverse cricketers and off field champions
Educate and advocate for inclusion
How Does A Sport For All Support Your Club or Association?
By giving you free access to diversity and inclusion funding, education and programs created to:
- Sustainably grow your participants
- Fund new programs at your club or association
- Train new administrators, umpires and coaches
More players, coaches and administrators. A stronger club and association. A stronger community.
Discover How To Bring More Players, Coaches And Administrators To Your Club
Making Cricket A Sport For All
Designed especially for community cricket, A Sport For All includes:
Inclusion and Diversity Programs
Free expert tools and training to grow sustainable participation at your club or association.
Women and Girls Programs
The fastest growing segment of Australian cricket. Join 100s of clubs and associations growing rapidly with girls cricket.
125 nations play cricket. And our games taps deeply into Australia’s multicultural communities, making it a sport for all backgrounds and nationalities.
Australia’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have ahistoric connection to cricket and now play the game in record numbers.
Creating grassroots participation programs and giving cricketers with a disability elite playing and training opportunities.
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