Go Next Level


As a Good Sports club, you’re already a league above your competition in creating an inclusive and family-friendly sporting environment, on and off the field. But you can go Next Level. 

Take your club’s Good Sports accreditation up to Level 2 or 3 and win (see below for details)! To get you started, here’s some tools and tips to make levelling up your club easy as 1, 2, 3!

Go Next Level Resources:

We have developed a suite of resources to help you through the program:

Has your club recently gone Next Level?

If your Good Sports Club has recently levelled up, celebrate your fantastic achievement by announcing it on social media with these great toolkits! Download the toolkit for your brand new Good Sports Club level here:

Meet some Good Sports clubs who went Next Level!

They’ve got amazing stories to tell and some great tips for clubs looking at levelling up:

 The Murray River Warriors

When long-time Albury rugby-fixture Margaret Stewart first heard about Good Sports, things weren’t exactly on the right track at The Murray River Warriors. They were facing many of the realities a lot of Good Sports clubs face, and were looking for a way to help their club move forward. Find out how they’re going Next Level one day at a time so they can be the best club they can be!

Cairns Southside Judo – the inclusive Next Level Good Sports club

When asked to describe what Judo is exactly, Cairns Southside Judo head coach and club founder Luke Ronlund’s says, “Wrestling in pajamas” he laughs. To be fair, Judo is a little more complicated than that. Needless to say, Cairns Southside Judo is definitely not the average Good Sports club. Or Judo club. This one-of-a-kind sports club levelled up through the Good Sports program and have truly come into their own as a community organisation, while learning many life lessons along the way.

Kununurra Netball Association

Kununurra Netball Association are one extraordinary Good Sports club. They’ve reached Level 3 accreditation even through they only started with Good Sports in October last year! Talk about nothing but net! This is their story.

Belvedere Park Tennis Club – going Next Level for local sporting club grants

Meet Fiona Martin, the “the go-to-girl” at Belvedere Park Tennis Club! They’re going Next Level and getting the ball rolling on local sporting club grants. They have a story to tell and some great tips for clubs looking to go Next Level…

Great Southern Badminton Association – the Good Sports ‘Golden’ Badminton Superstars going Next Level with gusto

Great Southern Badminton Association’s Club Treasurer Steve Wynniatt’s passion for badminton started in 1985, and from the moment his racquet touched the shuttlecock he was hooked. Find out why he loves his club so much, and how he helped take them to the Next Level!

Win a Good Sports promo pack worth up to $5,000! – COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED

One lucky club who has levelled up before June 30, 2019 will win a Good Sports promotional pack up to the value of $5,000. This will help your club to get the word out there that you are a loud and proud Good Sports club – and potentially help to attract new members and sponsors.

The Alcohol and Drug Foundation, who manages the Good Sports program, will work with your club to create promotional materials such as social media posts and video that you can share across your social media pages.

If you have any questions or need support contact us today at goodsports@adf.org.au


Belmont Swansea United Football Club are the lucky winners of the competition. We will be working closely with their club over the coming weeks, to develop their promotional pack. Stay tuned to see their video come to life.

It’s time to go Next Level.

Visit the Good Sports Club Portal to level up today.

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