Resources for sport
sees this after the weekend
Respect is the #1 rule on the field.
The same goes online/offline.
There's no place for online abuse in sport
Download the supporter toolkit
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Download social media tiles
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Download: Respect is the #1 rule in sport social tiles
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More training and tailored advice
Join our free webinars in November
Join our free webinars for sporting clubs and community sport administrators, leaders and volunteers on 14 and 22 November. This one-hour presentation will cover useful tips and guidance on the different types of online harm in sport, tips for creating a safer online environment at your club, advice on common online issues in sport, and more.
Education and training of sport members is important. eSafety offers a range of training:
- Presentations for sport groups
- Parent and carer webinars
- Be Connected webinars for older Australians
- Trusted eSafety providers – a list of external organisations who may be able to support online safety education in sport.
You can also:
- Visit the eLearning resource on cyber security and safety in sport, from Sport Integrity Australia
- Contact your sport organisation who may have education programs.
Tailored online safety advice for more audiences
eSafety has extensive resources that are useful for sport organisation and sport members:
- Young people
- First Nations
- LGBTIQ+ community
- Culturally and linguistically diverse communities, including resources in more than 20 languages
- Older Australians.
Safer Internet Day
Safer Internet Day is a global event that brings together communities, families, schools and organisations from more than 200 countries to help create safer online spaces. Held in February each year, it’s a chance to join with eSafety and share positive messages about online behaviour.
Get your sport organisation involved and sign up now.
Subscribe to eSafety newsletters
The eSafety Commissioner is here to help keep Australians safe online. Sign up to our newsletter for ideas, resources and support.
Other useful resources
In the first instance, always reach out to your National or State sport organisation. They may policies, education and programs in place for online safety.