Flood Recovery effort receives VSA nomination
The Community Sport Flood Recovery program has been nominated for a 2022 Victorian Sport Award in the Leasexpress 'Sport Initiative of the Year' category.
Country footy and netball clubs score more funding
New change rooms, new lighting and upgraded ovals are on their way to boost more country football and netball clubs across Victoria
More grants to help Aboriginal athletes go the distance
More Aboriginal Victorians are to be supported to pursue their passion for sport, with new grants backing athletes to go even further in the sports…
Have your say: sport participation survey now open
All Australians are invited to have their say on the development of the nation’s first codesigned National Sport Participation Strategy through an online survey.
Athlete Pathway Travel Grants Program
New travel grants that will support sports participants across Victoria have been announced, with 122 grants worth more than $245,000 set up to assist athletes, teams, coaches, and officials.
New grants ramp up support for Sporting Clubs
More than 260 grassroots sport and recreation clubs have been given government funding to address barriers to sporting participation, creating more inclusive ways to access…
Volunteer Recruitment Webinar Invitation
Volunteering Victoria, Regional Sport Victoria and Vicsport invite you and your member associations and clubs to the second member-only webinar for sport industry groups.
RSV and the National Sport Participation Strategy
Our General Manager - Meghan Mayman is taking part as a member of the Project Steering Group driving the National Sport Participation Strategy for the ASC.
Sport Grants: Getting more women and girls in the game
The Andrews Labor Government is backing sporting clubs across Victoria to get more women and girls in the game.
Regional Sport Victoria – Stride Into Sport
For this winter, RSV has introduced the Stride into Sport campaign, aiming to boost club registrations, actively promote sporting opportunities and highlight how the barriers to sport can be overcome.