More than $3.4 million went towards the development or upgrades to existing soccer fields across Victoria in the third round.
This includes $500,000 towards better irrigation and drainage at the home of Kyneton and District Soccer Club, Barkly Square Reserve in Kyneton and $500,000 for a pitch reconstruction and lighting upgrade at Keilor Lodge Reserve, home of the Sydenham Park Soccer Club.
While more than $140,000 will be provided for new pitch lighting for night training and games at Ashburton United Soccer Club, Warner Reserve in Ashburton.
Since 2018, the Fund has invested $16.7 million into 58 game-changing infrastructure projects with the initiative providing grants of up to $500,000 to Local Government Authorities and Alpine Resort Boards to deliver lighting, better turf and synthetic pitches, and female-friendly change rooms.
Applications are now also open for the fourth and final round of the $20 million World Game Facilities Fund.
For a full list of the 2021/22 projects funded and more information visit World Game Facilities Fund