Australia’s Pararoos are bound for the 2019 IFCPF World Cup in Spain in July and if you’re creatively inclined you could play a key role in their journey.
The Pararoos, Australia’s national football team for athletes with cerebral palsy, acquired brain injury or symptoms acquired from stroke, have launched a creative competition for designers to brainstorm their awareness campaign for this year’s IFCPF World Cup thanks to WIIP.co.
Based around the wording and theme ‘We Play’, the Pararoos are seeking designers to submit creative concepts that could form the crux of their print, social, and digital campaign for this year’s World Cup.
All entries must also include a call to action to the Australian public to Connect, Share, and Donate to the Pararoos via Pararoos.com.au.
The process to select the winning designer and creative campaign will be conducted in three phases, with initial entries due before 5pm on May 3.
Between May 7 and May 10 mentoring and feedback will take place with up to 10 top contestants, before the overall winner and two runners-up are selected on May 13.
The winner’s work will then progress to the production phase to be rolled out across all communication channels, Australia-wide.
To find out more about the competition and learn how to enter, please click here
The Pararoos are aiming to achieve a top-10 finish at the 2019 IFCPF World Cup in Spain, and have been pooled at the 16-nation tournament in Group C alongside the world’s top-ranked side, Ukraine, as well as Argentina and Spain.