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We have consulted with our Indigenous players and staff, and sought counsel from our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Advisory Committee, and they support a First Nations Voice to Parliament.

The Board of Directors and Executive Management of the Adelaide Football Club also support a First Nations Voice to Parliament.

The Club encourages its members and supporters to gather more information and form their own view on how to vote.  



Recently, the Club conducted a voluntary survey within our organisation, including board members, staff and players, to gauge their thoughts on the First Peoples Voice to Parliament. The results showed significant support for it and as such, the Brisbane Lions Board, led by the views of the majority of our people, supports the First Peoples Voice to Parliament.


Today, [June 9, 2023] the Board of the Carlton Football Club extends this recognition and further supports self-determination for First Nations peoples and appropriate constitutional recognition, inclusive of a Voice to
Parliament, in line with the objectives in the Club’s Reconciliation Action Plan – which aims to improve positive life outcomes for First Nations peoples.



The Club wants to be clear, we are not instructing anyone on how to vote but rather state that as a Board, we believe supporting a First Nations Voice to Parliament is the right thing to do.



Having consulted with the Club’s respected First Nations Advisory Council members, the Board has listened and will act on their recommendation – to support a First Nations Voice to Parliament.



It is the view of the Walyalup Football Club’s Board that a Voice will provide appropriate representation to Parliament and be a step in the right direction towards a more reconciled Australia.



The Board and Executive of the Geelong Football Club support the Yes position in the referendum in what we believe will be a unifying and inspiring moment for our Country.

Gold Coast Suns

The Board of Directors and Senior Leaders at the Gold Coast SUNS believe the Voice to Parliament is an opportunity to advance reconciliation and that First Nations people should be recognised in the Australian Constitution.



the Board and CEO of Narrm Football Club shares their support for a First Nations Voice to Parliament.

North Melbourne


The club’s Board of Directors, CEO and senior leaders support the Uluru Statement from the Heart and First Nations Voice to Parliament referendum. It’s a position based on recognition, dignity and the opportunity to address discrimination.

St Kilda


Our Club has been on a ‘yawa’, the Boon Wurrung word for journey, for many years, to better understand the role it can play in making our Club and game places of cultural equality and inclusion.

In spirit of the yawa, and following a thorough consultation process with staff and players, the Board of St Kilda Football Club supports the First Nations Voice to Parliament being enshrined in the Australian Constitution.



The Sydney Swans support constitutional recognition for First Nations peoples, and as such, we are supportive of a Voice to Parliament.

West Coast Eagles


The West Coast Eagles supports the First Nations Voice to Parliament being enshrined in the Constitution.

The AFL Commission


While we encourage everyone to seek the information they need to form their own views on the referendum, the AFL proudly supports the recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in the Australian Constitution through the Voice to Parliament.