Who is Covered
Registered participants of AFL 9s in each state and territory that have been arranged under the Discretionary Trust for the Australian Football National Risk Protection Programme.
What is Covered
AFL 9s participants are offered a tailored cover that includes Non-Medicare medical costs and Capital Benefits. Where applicable, 9s participants also have cover for Student Assistance Benefits, Home Help Expenses and Parents Inconvenience Allowance*
The Australian Football National Risk Protection Programme also includes General Public & Products Liability cover for registered participants of AFL 9s and any affiliated activities.
AFL 9s Personal Injury Cover
Non-Medicare Medical Costs
- 80% Reimbursement
- $2,000 max. per claim
- $100 excess per claim
Loss of Income
- 80% Reimbursement of Weekly Income
- $300 Maximum Weekly Limit
- 14 Day Elimination Period
- 52 Weeks Maximum Benefit Period
*For terms and conditions and further details on our policies and benefits contact Marsh on 1300 130 373
Please keep in mind
Personal Injury cover is a policy for injuries occurring due to an accident. It is not a sickness or illness policy.
Personal Injury cover can pay for Non-Medicare Medical Expenses. These include physio, chiro, dental, ambulance transport and private hospital accommodation.
Personal Injury cover is not Private Health Insurance or Life Insurance.
It is strongly recommended that all players investigate their personal insurance needs. Players should consider the benefits of:
- Private health Insurance
- Life Insurance
- Loss of Income (particularly for self-employed players)
- Ambulance Subscription
Upgrading cover is optional and is available for teams or individuals. Upgrade options include:
- Increasing Non-Medicare benefits
- Adding Loss of Income cover
Some States and Leagues do this automatically so check with your club what level of benefits you qualify for.