The Australian Football Multicultural Cup was an amateur Australian rules football competition featuring teams drawn from melbourne's migrant communities. The tournament is coordinated by Aussie Rules International (formerly International Australian Football Council).
It has been held twice (2004 and 2005) in Melbourne around National Harmony Day.
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