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A message on January 26

We are all united on our yawa, our journey, to make our club a safe place of cultural equality and inclusion.

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St Kilda Football Club wishes to acknowledge the traditional owners of the land on which the club sits.

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.


In commemoration of its Ganbu marnang n’uther boolong –  the Boonwurrung translation of '150th year' – and those who have contributed to its yawa, St Kilda Football Club is proud to unveil this year’s Indigenous Guernsey.

Designed by Indigenous artist Jade Kennedy of the Noongar Nation (Wadjak, Willman, Kaartdijin & Bibulman), the guernsey represents the yawa – or journey – of the club and its First Nations players and their families.

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Past, present, future: The story behind our 2023 Indigenous Guernsey

Meet Indigenous artist Jade Kennedy of the Noongar Nation and understand the story behind his design for St Kilda's 2023 Indigenous Guernsey.

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Always Was, Always Will Be

For Indigenous Australians, January 26 is a day of mourning not celebration. To achieve true reconciliation, we need to listen, learn and understand Australia’s history, the good and the bad.

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First Peoples Voice to Parliament

In spirit of our yawa, and following a thorough consultation process with staff and players, the Board of St Kilda Football Club supports the First Nations Voice to Parliament being enshrined in the Australian Constitution.

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Sir Doug Nicholls Round

There have been a number of moments in time, that have progressed the game we know and love. Moments on and off the field. Moments that have made us listen, learn, celebrate and remember. Moments that have made the game what it is today.

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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 on our bespoke history website.

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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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