We’re thrilled to announce that several NSFA clubs, and our own association have secured funding for the 2023-24 season.
The NSW Office Of Sport ‘Football Legacy Fund’ has awarded grants in this Round 2 phase as a result of NSW hosting matches for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023, which will see investment support the development of football infrastructure and participation programs.
NSFA Clubs, Councils and the Association success during this round 2 is a testament to our dedication and the incredible work we’re doing to foster female football improvements in our community.
Here’s a quick glimpse of the grants awarded:
Kissing Point football Club:
- $8,000 for the Girls Football Development Program
- $10,000 for gear and equipment, including portable goals
Lindfield Football Club:
- $4,320 for the Mini Matildas Program
- $8,450 for the Female Playing Shirts Program
Northern Suburbs Football Association:
- $7,500 for the Female Football Summer Hub Program
- $7,500 for the Female Only Introduction to Football
Northern Tigers Football Club:
- $8,618 for the Female Goalkeeper Development Program
- $150,000 for Thomson Park Synthetic Resurfacing & Spectator Seating Project
This achievement is a testament to our commitment to empowering female athletes and nurturing talent in the world of football. We couldn’t be prouder of our clubs and the broader NSFA community for their relentless efforts in shaping the future of women’s football.
We understand the importance of these grants, not only in enhancing our facilities and programs but also in providing a platform for girls and women to excel in the sport they love. Let’s continue to work together to create a nurturing and empowering environment for female footballers, enabling them to reach their full potential.
Kudos to all the clubs and individuals involved in compiling and applying for these, and a big thank you to FNSW and the NSW Office Of Sport for recognizing our efforts by awarding these grants.
NSW Football Legacy Fund 2023-24 (Round 2) Grant Recipients