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Multi-Sport Community Facility Fund - Round 2

ClosedGrant Closed: 2nd of September 2022 - 1:00 pm Value: $1 Million to $5 Million Run By: NSW Government Office of Sport Further Information: https://www.sport.nsw.gov.au/grants/multi-sport-community-facility-fund

The NSW Government has committed $200 million to the Multi-Sport Community Facility Fund over two rounds. The NSW Government recognises the critical role local sport infrastructure plays in keeping communities healthy, active and connected. The Fund will deliver the best outcomes for the community by creating places and facilities that enable communities to enjoy and take part in sport. 

The NSW Government is supporting local communities to future-proof infrastructure by funding universally designed and inclusive facilities that move beyond compliance and provide dignified inclusion for all. The Fund will support the development of well-designed new and improved multi-sport infrastructure projects that will meet the current and future needs of the community. 

The Fund will support the delivery of sport facility projects that can directly support sport participation across all levels and provide programs for those people in the community that need it most.

The primary objectives of the Fund are to:

  • Increase the number and type of multi-sport facilities across NSW
  • Improve the standard of existing multi-sport facilities across NSW
  • Increase the utilisation of sport facilities 
  • Support the equitable provision of, and access to multi-sport facilities to grow sport participation for women and girls
  • Provide inclusive and accessible multi-sport facilities that support sport participation for people with disability, First Nations peoples and people from culturally and linguistically diverse communities. 

All applications are expected to provide a minimum 50% financial co-contribution of the grant amount requested (e.g., if an applicant’s grant amount requested is $2 million, they should demonstrate at least a $1 million financial co-contribution).  

Applicants that cannot meet the funding co-contribution expectation may apply for financial hardship. A financial hardship application provides applicants the opportunity to outline why they should be exempt from the expectation to provide a minimum 50% financial co-contribution of the grant amount requested. Financial hardship applications are to be made through the application process.  

Last Updated: 10th of July 2022
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