With 735 Victorian sporting clubs now taking a stand against sports betting sponsorship by signing up to the Foundation’s Love the Game program, some young players talk about the pure pleasure of footy.
Melbourne United is pleased to announce it will partner with the Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation’s Love the Game program for the upcoming NBL season.
An online Foundation seminar brought together a panel of highly respected AFL coaches and sports professionals to share inside knowledge on the challenges and rewards in leading a team, mentoring players and creating an inclusive club culture.
A survey of Victorian sports fans who are likely to be targeted by sports betting operators found that those who bet on sport are more likely to have friends who bet on sport and talk about odds when they discuss it.
Harry Taylor shares his views on sports betting advertising, and encourages us to love the game, not the odds.
The Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation today welcomed the announcement by Hawthorn Football Club that it has finalised arrangements to completely divest itself of pokies.
As Socceroo legend John Aloisi has evolved from champion player to the coach of Western United, he has observed dramatic changes in the sports gambling landscape. He is concerned about what it means for the game and its fans.
Female athletes are ‘kicking goals’ across a range of sports, including those traditionally considered the domain of men. We recently spoke to several amazing women who have made sport...
Melbourne Victory and Western United football clubs will be rivals on the field tomorrow, but off it they stand united with competitor clubs in New South Wales and South Australia against the intrusion of gambling promotions into their game. Five of Australia’s 12 A-League men’s clubs have signed up to gambling harm prevention programs in their respective states, making a commitment to refuse sports betting sponsorship and declaring that they’re ‘in it for the game’.
The Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation's Love the Game program is pleased to announce a three-year partnership with Netball Victoria and the Melbourne Vixens. The exciting collaboration will...
South East Melbourne Phoenix has joined the Melbourne Boomers and 600+ clubs in a range of sporting codes across Victoria to say no to sports betting sponsorship.
The Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation has welcomed Western United as the second elite soccer club to join the Love the Game program, alongside rival team Melbourne Victory and more than 600 other Victorian sporting partners united against sports betting sponsorship.
Cricket Victoria has demonstrated its support for the Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation’s new Join the club campaign, today renewing its commitment to reducing kids’ exposure to sports betting promotions through a one-year extension to its Love the Game partnership.
Major sporting clubs and local sporting leaders have united in response to community concern about the effect of prolific sports betting advertising on young people in the Victorian Responsible...
In a dairy farming community in the Goulburn Valley, 304 of the 329 residents are members of the local tennis club. With such a high participation rate and a family-friendly feel, it’s no wonder the club won the Love the Game Community Sporting Club of the Year at the recent Victorian Sport Awards.
The Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation will again team up with Vicsport in 2020 to encourage Victorian sporting clubs to love the game, not the odds.
The signing up of the Melbourne Boomers, Melbourne Vixens and Netball Victoria to the Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation’s Love the Game Sporting Club Program means it is now embedded in six of the highest profile women’s national sporting competitions.
The Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation acknowledged the Geelong Cats’ announcement that the club has finalised arrangements to exit the last of its gaming venues early next year.