Whether it’s at the under 12’s soccer game at Edithvale Reserve or watching the Wimmera league finals out at Ararat, nothing brings Victorian communities together like grassroot sport and recreation.
The 2021-22 Local Sports Infrastructure Fund is a state-wide competitive Victorian Government program that provides a range of grant opportunities across five funding streams.
The Community Sports Infrastructure Stimulus Program will continue supporting Victoria’s economy by working with Local Government Authorities, Alpine Resort Boards and sporting organisations to fast-track shovel-ready community sports infrastructure projects across Victoria.
The World Game Facilities Fund is a Victorian Government funding program that assists local football (soccer) clubs and organisations to upgrade existing or develop new facilities across metropolitan Melbourne and regional Victoria.
The Victorian Government’s Inner City Netball Program is building competition compliant netball courts in inner-Melbourne, ensuring nobody is turned away from playing the game they love.
The Victorian Government’s $2 million Victorian Asian Cup 2015 Legacy Fund is kicking goals for grassroots soccer, helping clubs update tired old pavilions, install synthetic pitches, upgrade and install ground lighting and improve a range of facilities across the state.
Providing organisations access to low interest rate loans between $500,000 and $10 million to deliver community sport and recreation infrastructure.
The Country Football and Netball Program provides funding to assist regional football and netball clubs, associations and umpiring organisations to upgrade and develop facilities in rural, regional and outer metropolitan locations.
The Better Indoor Stadiums Fund is a Victorian Government funding program that helps provide indoor multi-sports stadiums across metropolitan Melbourne and regional Victoria.
The $13.5 million Community Cricket Program is a state-wide competitive Victorian Government investment program that provides a range of grant opportunities across two funding streams.