A four-time premiership winning superstar and Peter Crimmins Medallist for Hawthorn, Jordan made the move to the Melbourne Football Club at the conclusion of the 2016 season, and hopes to lead the rising Demons to a drought-breaking flag in the coming seasons.
“Every picture shared – every dollar raised by Footy Colours Day, funds Fight Cancer Foundation’s education support programs to help kids get back on track.”
The inspiring, talented and popular captain of the Eels debuted in 2009. Tim is a superstar who plays prop forward for the Parramatta Eels.
“Footy Colours Day is a great opportunity to help minimise the impact and disruption cancer has on a young person’s life. By wearing your teams colours and raising money for young children living with cancer you can support them through the most important years of their life.”
The runner-up in Collingwood Football Club’s E.W. Copeland Trophy for the best and fairest player in 2016, Adam is known as “Treloarsome” for a reason! The budding superstar crossed to the club from the Greater Western Sydney Giants in the 2015 AFL Trade Period, and made an immediate impact on and off the field for the Magpies.
This will be Adam's second year involved with Fight Cancer Foundation.
“Footy is all about team work and supporting your team mates. It’s such a great feeling to be part of something that changes the lives of kids with cancer and helps to give them a brighter future.”
An athletic key forward, Katie was a marquee selection for the Western Bulldogs in 2016 and captained their inaugural squad in the 2017 AFL Women's season.
Regarded as an incredible leader, the 24-year-old is an important member of the Fight Cancer Foundation team.
"Footy Colours Day is fun, easy to be part of and makes a difference to the lives of kids living with cancer."
The star Brisbane Broncos prop made his NRL debut in 2006, and has represented the New Zealand national rugby league team for the past 11 years.
Adam first joined the Fight Cancer Foundation team in 2013.
“Footy Colours Day is one day in
September when we can all make a difference for kids with cancer.”
The giant 203cm, 140kg lock debuted for the NSW Waratahs in 2013 and has represented Australia in 18 tests for the mighty Wallabies since 2014.
Will is renowned for his dangerous offload and remarkable athleticism for a player of his size.
“Each year thousands of Australians unite in the fight against cancer for Footy Colours Day and support Fight Cancer Foundation’s programs to support our fellow young Aussies living with cancer.”
The Sydney Swans veteran and former captain has had a distinguished career, which has included a best and fairest award, an All-Australian selection and a premiership win.
Kieren first joined the fight against cancer in 2013.
“By showing your true colours you are helping these kids get back on track.”
A powerful defensive midfielder, Brandon crossed to Sydney FC from Perth Glory in 2015 and played a vital role in the Sky Blues’ successful 2016-17 campaign, with the club capturing its second A-League Premiership and third A-League Championship since its inception.
The tough midfielder was drafted by the Melbourne Football Club with pick eight in the inaugural AFL Women’s draft in 2016. Her outstanding 2017 season was capped off by her inclusion in the AFLW All-Australian Team.
The skilful half-back was selected by the Geelong Football Club with Pick 16 in the 2012 AFL Draft, and forms part of the Cats’ ‘next generation’ of players. With unlimited potential, Jackson is seen as a star of the future.
"Every kid deserves a good education. By showing your true colours on Footy Colours Day you are helping kids with cancer reach their goals."