18 – 19 October 2019
Interkultura Ballarat was created by Ballarat Regional Multicultural Council and Ballarat City Football Club to welcome, include and connect diverse regional communities in friendship through football.
In February 2019 around 100 players from 7 rural, regional and suburban satellite locations participated in a pilot event at Ballarat’s premier Regional Soccer Facility. Karen, Hazara, Rohingyan and diverse African ethnic communities were represented. Enthusiastic feedback from participants and multicultural agencies called for an annual regional event.
An enhanced Interkultura Benefit and Community Festival is scheduled for 18 – 19 October 2019. Over 150 players from 12 Victorian emerging ethnic communities will participate. Interkultura October 2019 will offer additional opportunities for girls and young women, community dialogue, youth training, internships and fundraising.
Interkultura Ballarat is delighted to announce Craig Foster, Human Rights Ambassador, SBS Chief Football Analyst, Australia’s 419th Socceroo and 40th Captain as Patron. Craig will lead our community dialogue during Interkultura Benefit Night celebrations on Friday 18 October and open the Interkultura Football Festival on 19 October 2019.
Sponsors and Partners
Current supporting partners include the State Government of Victoria, City of Ballarat, Football Victoria and Centre for Multicultural Youth.
There are several Sponsorship Packages available.Interkultura 2019 Sponsors' Prospectus
To discuss your Partnership with the Interkultura event team please contact Elisabeth on 03 5383 0613 or firstname.lastname@example.org
INTERKULTURA founding partners Ballarat Regional Multicultural Council and Ballarat City FC Youth Foundation thank our sponsors for their generous commitment to corporate and social responsibility in regional Victoria.
Help support the Interkultura Football Tournament by donating: https://asf.org.au/donate/interkultura-football-tournament
All donations $2 and above are fully tax-deductible.
Assist in removing barriers to participation that young people from emerging ethnic communities face on a daily basis. Choose to help erase the significant costs of transportation and accommodation or provide sporting equipment that allows players to safely join in the tournament.
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