Fiji Footy 9s jumper
Australia and Fiji have extensive people-to-people links. Over 3,000 Australian companies do business in Fiji and 61,000 people born in Fiji live in Australia. Fiji is also one of the top destinations for Australians.

The 2016 Census recorded 61,469 Fiji-born people in Australia. New South Wales had the largest number with 33,879 followed by Queensland (12,614), Victoria (10,825) and Western Australia (1,328).

Team Fiji made its debut at the 2024 AFI World 9s and have also competed in the Harmony Cup.

If you are of Fijian descent and keen to represent Fiji, please contact us.

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Semi Tikoitoga Footy 9s Fiji

Semi Tikoitoga

Team Fiji

Growing up in Fiji and knowing this new sport back in 2009 was a challenge for me. Now based in Australia, taking part in local footy has had such a great impact in my life, as I have always wanted to play the game. It has helped me in so many ways – getting involved with the many great people in the sport and also keeping up with my health and fitness.