The Grassroots Cricket Fund has been established by Australia’s cricketers to strengthen grassroots cricket in this country for generations to come. The fund will commit up to $30 million from professional Australian cricket player payments to be invested to support and strengthen Australian community cricket.

The players, the Australian Cricketers’ Association and Cricket Australia are working in partnership to deliver the Fund, focusing on providing equipment grants and playing and training facilities to clubs across Australia.

This will ensure community cricket clubs around the country receive much-needed investment to reinforce their position as pillars for local communities that offer welcoming and inclusive environments for players of all abilities, fans, umpires, officials and volunteers.

Equipment Grant


The applications for the Grassroots Cricket Fund Community Club
Equipment grants for season 20/21 are now closed.
Expressions of interest for the next round of funding for Season 21/22 is now open!

EXPRESS YOUR INTEREST

Thank you to all cricket clubs throughout Australia who have applied for the Grassroots Cricket Fund Community Club Equipment Grants for 2020/21. The players have been overwhelmed by the response from clubs. Keep a look out from next season for when further Community Club Grants will be made available.

A reminder that the Australian Cricket Infrastructure Fund (ACIF) is open to all clubs, associations, schools, councils and cricket facility managers, acknowledging the important role that these partners play in developing facilities for community cricket across Australia.

ACIF open and close dates will vary in each state and territory. Your state association will promote when grants are available in your state. To apply for both minor and major infrastructure grants, please go to the ACIF Website

Best wishes for the season ahead!


Grassroots Cricket Fund FAQ's

Equipment Grants Guidelines

Terms & Conditions


Facilities


The Australian Cricket Infrastructure Fund (ACIF) provides funding for community cricket facility projects, with a focus on growing participation and promoting accessibility and inclusivity. The ACIF will contribute more than $5.6 million per annum provided by Cricket Australia in partnership with the State and Territory Cricket Associations, into community facility projects, representing Crickets largest ever commitment to infrastructure funding

The Grassroots Cricket Fund is contributing up to $1 million to the ACIF in 2020-21.

The ACIF is open to all clubs, associations, schools, councils and cricket facility managers, acknowledging the important role that these partners play in developing facilities for community cricket across Australia.

ACIF open and close dates will vary in each state and territory. Your relevant association will promote when grants are available in your state or territory.

To apply for both minor and major infrastructure grants please see the Australian Cricket Fund Website