The Andrews Labor Government is getting on with the job of giving communities all over Victoria the safe, modern sports facilities they deserve.
Minister for Sport John Eren announced in April that a new round of applications for the Labor Government’s $100 million Community Sports Infrastructure Fund is open.
The Fund is helping clubs all over Victoria update tired grounds and build the facilities they need.
The Community Sports Infrastructure Fund is giving all Victorians facilities they can be proud of, no matter their ability or where they live.
The Labor Government’s Community Sports Infrastructure Fund has already invested more than $14 million towards 120 projects, helping revitalise cricket pitches, install women’s change rooms, improve courts, build fields and develop better pools.
Other initiatives include upgrading cricket grounds and training facilities to keep up with spiralling participation rates, aquatic centres, minor facilities works and planning grants.
The Community Sports Infrastructure Fund includes a $10 million fund for women’s change rooms, because everyone deserves equal facilities – the single biggest investment in women’s participation in sport by a state government.
Follow the links below to find out what Netball funding and grants you or your club can apply for.