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Mangee Yeanebi Komagee | Together We Rise

We are on a yawa, a journey, and we stand together as one in the red, white and black.

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St Kilda Football Club wishes to acknowledge the traditional owners of the land on which the club sits, the Boonwurrung people of the Kulin Nation.

The club pays its respects to elders past, present and emerging, and through them all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples whose lands and waters we work, live and reside on.

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Euro Yuroke Marngrook Kerrupinon | St Kilda Football Club

We’re proud to acknowledge and share the traditional roots of the Boonwurrung land on which our club was born.
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Everywhere St Kilda Football Club has based itself is Boonwurrung Country.

From Junction Oval, down to Seaford and back to Moorabbin, they all reside on traditional lands where incidentally, the game of Marngrook – acknowledged by the AFL as the antecedent to our great game – was played.

Boonwurrung is the name given to the language and traditional people who were the custodians of the land; a clan of the five Eastern Kulin Nations alongside the Woiwurrung, Taungwurrung, Djadjawurrung and Wadawurrung.

Boonwurrung Country stretches around what is now known as Western Port Bay (Warrnmarin), the Mornington Peninsula and Point Nepean (Monmar), around Port Phillip Bay (Naarm) as far west as Werribee, as far east as Warragul, and all the way down to the southernmost part of mainland - Wilson’s Promontory (Yirruk Wamoon).

The land is protected by the creator, Bunjil, who travels as a wedge-tailed eagle, and by Waa, who protects the many waterways and travels as a crow.

New guernsey, same legacy | Winmar's 2022 Sir Doug Nicholls Round guernsey

St Kilda Football Club will adopt an Indigenous guernsey designed by proud Noongar man and club legend Nicky Winmar for the second…
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St Kilda Football Club will adopt an Indigenous guernsey designed by proud Noongar man and club legend Nicky Winmar for the second consecutive Sir Doug Nicholls Round.

The 2022 iteration of Winmar’s guernsey retains all of his artwork from last season, but is featured on a predominantly white colour backdrop as opposed to last year’s black to serve as a ‘clash’ variation of the fan-favourite design.  

St Kilda’s AFLW side wore the jumper as its clash strip throughout Season 2022, even presenting a guernsey to Winmar ahead of its match with Collingwood at Victoria Park.

Find out more about our guernsey through Nicky's artworks below.

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Nicky Winmar presents Indigenous Guernsey to playing group

"Wear it with pride, respect, and go for it." Watch Nicky Winmar present our 2021 Indigenous Guernsey to the playing group.

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National Reconciliation Week

National Reconciliation Week (NRW) is a time for all Australians to learn about our shared histories, cultures, and achievements, and to explore how each of us can contribute to achieving reconciliation in Australia.

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Bunjilaka Aboriginal Cultural Centre

The Bunjilaka Aboriginal Cultural Centre tells the story of survival against the odds and celebrates the vibrant cultures through performances, storytelling, artwork and more.

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Sir Doug Nicholls Round

Join us for Sir Doug Nicholls Round as we celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture and their immense contribution to our game. This year’s theme acknowledges the 30th anniversary of the Mabo decision and the efforts of the late Eddie ‘Koiki’ Mabo.

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Creative Spirits

Curious about Aboriginal culture but unsure where to start? Find out more with Creative Spirits.

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Clothing The Gaps

Clothing The Gaps is a fresh and dynamic fashion label managed by health professionals that celebrates Aboriginal people and culture.

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Magic at Moorabbin

From the trailblazing Jim Wandin, to the immortal Nicky Winmar and present-day heroes Bradley Hill and Paddy Ryder, find out more about St Kilda Football Club's Indigenous history.

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Reconciliation Action Plan

Read St Kilda Football Club's Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP).

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The Ripple Effect

Directed by Peter Dickson, watch the award-winning documentary centring around Nicky Winmar's defining stand against racism in 1993 and the far-reaching impacts racial abuse has on Indigenous health and wellbeing.

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Yokayi Footy

Megan Waters, Andrew Krakouer and prominent guests dive into the intersection of football news and Indigenous culture in this fresh and bold look at the week that is.

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