Sporting clubs and organisations around regional NSW now have the opportunity to apply for NSW Government grants to improve their facilities.
A $100 million funding program has been set aside by the state government to provide grants worth $100,000 to $1 million.
Projects eligible for the grants include upgrades to lighting, amenity buildings, clubrooms, change rooms and grandstands.
The funding is available through round two of the Greater Cities and Regional Sport Facility Fund.
Minister for Sport Natalie Ward said providing facilities that meet community needs and expectations is a priority.
"We welcome inclusive projects that encourage the participation of women and girls and people with a disability," she said.
"This fund is not just an important boost for local economies and jobs, but also promotes health and wellbeing for residents across NSW.
"By investing in new and existing sports infrastructure, we are helping more people experience the benefits of participating in sport and active recreation."
Applications are close on October 8. Visit sport.nsw.gov.au/grants