Monday Aug 29
“Sport has the power to change the world. It has the power to inspire. It has the power to unite people in a way that little else does ... sport speaks to people in a language they can understand.” 
Nelson Mandela

The sporting sytem in Australia is complex, has many competing demands, extreme competition for finite resources, and can be challenging to engage with. However when designed, funded and implemented appropriately, sport unites communities like nothing else.

Mutual Sport understands this, providing clients with our expertise and comprehensive understanding of how community sport is structured in Australia. Using this expertise and extensive national, local and international networks we:

  1. ADVISE and CONSULT to organisations on how best to engage their communities through sport
  2. DEVELOP COMMUNITY PROJECTS that meet government, social, education and commercial outcomes
  3. SOURCE FUNDING for not-for-profit and charitable organisations and their initiatives

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Whether it be through consultancy, project management or business development, Mutual Sport is dedicated to making a lasting impact on the lives of children, youth and families, especially those from multicultural and disadvantaged backgrounds. We know this can only be achieved in partnership with organisations across all levels of Australian society. Mutual Sport binds these partnerships together.

News and Views

Grandstands do not improve Sport Perform

Attention Politicians, Sporting Bureaucrats and Sporting Executives: Grandstands and Facilities are not going to improve how Australia performs on the sporting field in 2024. Throughout the 2013 Federal Election Campaign both ...

Mutual Sport News | Brad McCarroll | Monday, 19 August 2013

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Leveling the Playing Field PART 2

Part two will discuss the challenges faced by national sporting organisations, the role that Social Responsibility can play and the impact ‘Development Through Sport’ organisations can also play. It is ...

Mutual Sport News | Brad McCarroll | Thursday, 28 March 2013

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The Local Realities

As told to me yesterday by staff at a high school of 750 students in the Western suburbs of Sydney 50 students participate in their inter-school grade sport Of the 50 - ...

Mutual Sport News | Brad McCarroll | Thursday, 28 March 2013

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Leveling the Playing Field

Mutual Sport News | Brad McCarroll | Tuesday, 19 March 2013

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The non participants in Australian Sport

Does anyone else find this surprising and alarming. the statistics below highlight the level of non-participation in the Australian sport system. Statistics taken from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) (2012) ...

Mutual Sport News | Brad McCarroll | Tuesday, 19 March 2013

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