In line with NAIDOC Week, we continue to promote the wonderful people that have aided and assisted in the promotion of football to the Indigenous community and one such footballer has continued to do this from the age of six, now 28-years old in Keifer Dotti.
Dotti comes from a rich line of sporting stars with family members representing well in the sports of Boxing and Rugby League, but it is football that Keifer has established himself as well as promoting the world game to the rest of the Indigenous football community.
The proud First Nations man continues to promote Indigenous football in wider communities and has been a pioneer for Indigenous Football as he continues to make his mark on the game he loves.
Having begun his football journey at the Moorebank Sports Soccer Club in the Southern Districts Soccer Football Association at the age of six, Keifer went on to achieve several accomplishments in the game.
He became one of the most capped National Indigenous Footballers, was part of various State and School representative teams where he picked up a flurry of individual awards and honours.
Played for clubs such as Sydney FC most notably where he was part of the National Youth League side and became a role model to other aspiring Indigenous stars.
Currently a coaching staff member at the Camden Tigers for its Indigenous Football program, it’s been well documented that Keifer continues to fly the flag for the First Nations people as he hopes to inspire many more within his community in picking up the sport.