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RSV, FV and VU Celebrate Preventing Violence Through Sports Funding

Regional Sport Victoria (RSV) joins Football Victoria (FV) and Victoria University (VU) in welcoming the announcement by Minister for Prevention of Family Violence Vicki Ward…

National Volunteer Week 2024

This National Volunteer Week, we are giving #3CheersForVolunteers to celebrate and thank all the amazing sport volunteers in Victoria as well as the 3 million…

2023 Victorian Sport Awards Finalists Announced

Finalists across 18 categories have been announced for the 2023 Victorian Sport Awards (VSAs), an event that recognises and celebrates the achievements of our home-grown…

Stride into Sport is Back! RSV Working with RSAs and SSAs to Encourage Player, Volunteer and Umpire Participation

Regional Sport Victoria is thrilled to be working together with our member Regional Sport Assemblies to bring back our popular Stride into Sport campaign ahead…

Regional Community Sport Infrastructure Grants Offer Opportunity for LGA-RSA Partnerships

The Regional Community Sports Infrastructure Fund is a competitive Victorian Government investment program, open to Victorian rural and regional local government authorities. LGAs are encouraged…

Applications Now Open for Change Our Game Community Activation Grants Program

The 2023-24 Change Our Game Community Activation Grants Program is now open. Offered through the Office for Women in Sport and Recreation, the program provides grants of…

RSV’s Strategic Plan – Request for Quotes

Regional Sport Victoria (RSV) is seeking quotes to support the development of its next Strategic Plan. RSV has been in a continuous state of growth…

Wishing everyone a happy holiday period

Regional Sport Victoria would like to wish everyone a happy holiday period.

RSV celebrates 30 years

As the peak body that supports rural and regional community sport and recreation in Victoria, Regional Sport Victoria (RSV) does so with the benefit of longevity, experience and dedication.

Regional sport to shine bright for all

The future of sport is bright in regional Victoria, with a new fund opening this week to help local clubs update their infrastructure and facilities to make way for more locals to play.

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