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Simone O’Brien joins Carlton Respects in 2021

Thank you to our ambassador Simone O’Brien for her ongoing support of the Carlton Respects initiative. Simone has been actively involved with Carlton Respects for three years and we are proud to have her on board for 2021. Simone has been instrumental in the continued...

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Carlton Respects Game Confirmed for Round 21

The Carlton Football Club is proud to announce that its Round 21 clash with the Gold Coast Suns will be their sixth annual AFL Carlton Respects Match. The Carlton Respects initiative, established in 2016, is the flagship community program of the Carlton Football Club...

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Blues partner with Domestos

AHEAD of the Blues’ fourth annual AFLW Carlton Respects Game, the Carlton Football Club is delighted to announce a new partnership with Domestos. In a multi-faceted partnership, Domestos joins the Carlton family as an awareness raising partner of Carlton Respects and...

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Game Changers proud to play for Carlton Respects

THIS week just received added significance for the Carlton Football Club with Saturday’s game against Richmond confirmed as the 2021 AFLW Carlton Respects game. For the fourth consecutive season the Game Changers will run out in orange socks, the international colour...

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Kinnersly: We need to be really honest

“WE need to speak about it more and we need to be really honest.” For Our Watch CEO and Carlton board member Patty Kinnersly, the message behind Carlton Respects is more prevalent than ever before. Speaking on Triple M prior to the Blues’ annual AFL Carlton Respects...

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Carlton Respects game confirmed for Round 11

THE Carlton Football Club is proud to announce that its Round 11 match against West Coast will be the 2020 AFL Carlton Respects game. The Blues will wear orange socks for the fifth annual AFL Carlton Respects game in order to raise awareness of gender equality for the...

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Carlton Respects: COVID-19 update

The Carlton Football Club are continuing to respond to the developing COVID-19 situation and are taking every precaution to protect Club members and supporters as well as the safety of staff and players.

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Common Ground – our game is for all

Celebrating the diverse cultures of Australia is embedded within the core values of the Carlton Football Club, and is reflected through its history. This celebration continued on Sunday 22 July, as the Club hosted its inaugural ‘Common Ground’ game. The ‘Common...

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2018 Indigenous Guernsey

In Round 11, the Carlton Football Club along with the wider AFL community, celebrated Sir Doug Nicholls Round. Now in its 11th year, Sir Doug Nicholls Round aims to acknowledge and highlight Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander players, communities and cultures. Each...

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Flying the flag for gender equality

A sea of bright orange flags filled the MCG on Sunday 20 May, as thousands of football fans flew their flags for gender equality. Raising awareness for gender equality for the prevention of violence against women, the Blues’ Round 9 game against the Demons marked the...

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Carlton Rise High

The Spotlight Foundation have committed their support to the Carlton Rise High program. The program aims to increase the wellbeing of students at the Carlton Primary School and focuses on giving members of the Carlton Junior Football Club a sense of belonging to their...

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Programs kick off for 2018

Over the coming weeks, we will be educating over 800 students, at 10 different schools in Melbourne metropolitan’s northern corridor. Last week marked our new team of 12 La Trobe University Community Education Program Interns and the return of all three Community...

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Leading with the Blues

In September 2017, Carlton Primary, Heidelberg Primary, and Princess Hill Primary were the first schools in the northern corridor to have participated in our new and exciting three-week Community Education Program, “Leading with the Blues”. Leading with the...

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First ever AFLW game dedicated to gender equality

As part of the 16 days of Activism morning tea, Carlton Football Club GM – People, Community, Diversity and Inclusion, Amanda Barker, announced the 2018 CARLTON RESPECTS games, adding the first ever AFLW game dedicated to gender equality for the prevention of family...

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#MoreThanASpectator – CARLTON RESPECTS Campaign

For the second consecutive year, the Carlton Football Club (Carlton FC) actively supported the ‘16 Days of Activism’, through its CARLTON RESPECT 16 Days awareness raising campaign. To mark the beginning of the 16 days, Carlton FC held a whole-of-club morning tea,...

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Blues host AMES and CMY

The Carlton Football Club has kicked off its celebrations for the AFL’s Multicultural Round by welcoming the Centre for Multicultural Youth (CMY) and Adult Multicultural Education Service (AMES Australia) to Ikon Park.  AMES Australia provides a range of comprehensive...

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Wear orange at the ‘G!

Have you organised your orange, Bluebaggers?  With the Blues set to buck tradition and pull on orange socks for the Club's annual CARLTON RESPECTS game on Sunday, we're urging everyone to sport their own touch of orange and join Carlton in its endeavour to promote...

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Orange is the new navy blue

The Blues are set to turn orange this week ahead of the annual CARLTON RESPECTS game against the Western Bulldogs at the MCG on Sunday.  CARLTON RESPECTS aims to take action in relation to gender equality for the prevention of violence against women, with the Blues to...

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Blues brighten birthday celebration

Four Carlton players have helped to widen the smiles of hundreds of young children – at one very special birthday party. Through the Carlton Football Club’s Blues Foundation – a foundation which aims to raise awareness for the prevention of violence against women and...

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Bid for Indigenous player guernseys

Bluebaggers, don’t miss your chance to own a match-worn 2017 Indigenous Guernsey! The Carlton Football Club is auctioning each of the 22 limited-edition jumpers worn by the team during its clash against North Melbourne for Sir Doug Nicholls Indigenous Round, as well...

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Carlton Football Club acknowledges the traditional owners of the land on which IKON Park is located, the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation. The Club also acknowledges and pays its respects to their Elders past, present and emerging and the traditional owners of country across Australia, where we play our great game.