- $20 million to redevelop Ikon Park into the home of women’s football
- A further $15 million for the Female Friendly Facilities Fund
- $13 million for Stage 2 of the Moorabbin Oval redevelopment, to build a range of community facilities and deliver upgrades that will enable the Saints AFLW team to play there from 2020
- $10 million to improve playing conditions at Casey Fields and Whitten Oval for AFLW competition
- $2 million for infrastructure upgrades for AFLW at Victoria Park
$15.4 million will upgrade key suburban sporting precincts, including Albert Park, Yarra Bend, Jells Park, Olinda Precinct and Ryan’s Reserve.
The Budget also provides $60 million for community sporting grants and $5 million for Community Sports Infrastructure Loans, which will unlock up to $100 million to upgrade local facilities.
$1 million will go towards business cases for the Whitten Oval Masterplan and Stage 2 of Eureka Stadium, as well as $200,000 for a masterplan for the State Basketball Centre.
The Labor Government also announced a $225 million deal with the AFL that will deliver a major redevelopment of Etihad Stadium Sports and Entertainment Precinct and guarantee the AFL Grand Final will be held at the MCG until 2057.
The deal will bring more footy to regional Victoria, keep the Brownlow Medal ceremony in Victoria for the next decade and deliver a better deal for clubs and fans.
Article sourced from premier.vic.gov.au.
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