The Pararoos are the Australian Paralympic Football Team representing our country in international 7-a-side competition for athletes with cerebral palsy, acquired brain injury or symptoms acquired from stroke. The Pararoos are the sporting example of proud Australian tradition of a fair go, demonstrated in how they train, play and behave on and off the field.
The Pararoos receive no government funding so we want to make sure they can raise enough to compete at next years World Cup.
Each Hands of Inclusion Soccer Ball will have your name written on it and put on the Pararoos Hands of Inclusion Wall at the headquarters of the Football Federation of Australia (FFA) in Sydney.
Please note: The hands of inclusion cards are sent straight to FFA headquarters with your name on it they won’t be sent to your home address.
Each card is 13cm in diameter and the art and message is done by a child with a disability who strives to play for the Pararoos, just like their heroes.