Eagles in the Community
The Eagles are a proud member of Adelaide’s Western Suburbs community and is currently increasing it’s involvement in many local community initiatives with school, sporting, charity and other groups.
In 2015, these Community initiatives continue to focus on developing three main areas for the Club:
- Junior Supporters
- Community Involvement
- Game Day attendance promotions including Interactive Game Day themes (i.e. Auskick Day, Kids Day etc.)
Join “Wingspan” – The Eagles Community Promotional Volunteers
We are currently looking for volunteers to help set up and man our community displays a various local events in our zone. You can also assist with home match promotions.
If you would like to help the Eagles in their community initiatives and events please contact Phil Herden at email@example.com
- Free Eagle One junior (U13) membership established.
- Youth Membership restructured.
- In 2009 total Eagle Under 18 Membership was 250, in 2014 it (Eagle One, Youth & Junior Players) reached 2,473.
- Eagles have supported many local community events by attending and running a interactive promotion ther
McDonalds McHappy Day
City of Charles Sturt – Christmas At Our Place
Waugh In The West, Charity T20 Cricket Game
Australia Day Celebrations
School & Community Fairs such as Celebrate Henley, Pennington JPS Fair & Henley Spring Fair
Junior Football Club Sign On Days
North Easter Metro Junior Football Association Under 6 carnival (Fitzroy JFC)
Adelaide Plains Football League Grand Final (Two Wells)
Landmark Cup Country Football Carnival (Kadina)
SASFA (Primary School Footy) Lightning Carnival
- The clubs runs an annual community focused home match event, initially Eagles Community Day in 2010 it stretched into an Eagles Community Week in 2013 covering two consecutive home matches. In January 2011 the Eagles Community Day event won an Australia Day Award from the City of Charles Sturt for Community Event of The Year.
- Other regular home match themes include Kids Day, Auskick Day & Past Players events.
- In 2014 we introduced a Metro West Junior Football League Under 8, 9 & 10 Lightning Carnival as a curtain raiser event to an Eagles home game v Adelaide Crows.
- Eagles Home Match crowds have increased in 5 of the past 6 seasons.
Further information about the Eagles community activities can be found in the Eagles Annual Report
Community Relations Manager
Phil Herden is the Eagles Community Relations Manager. He was been working part time for the club since 2010 and is responsible for growing the club’s supporter base through junior membership, community presence and home match promotions.
You can contact Phil on 0407 050 700 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org