Jason Falinski announced $10,000 will be awarded to Manly Warringah Football Association as part of his Stronger Communities Programme.
Member for Mackellar Jason Falinski said the $10,000 would go towards upgrades of the amenities and the canteen at Cromer Park.
"Cromer Park is one of our elite sporting grounds on the Beaches and the fact that they have a canteen from the 70's with numerous issues isn't up to scratch.
"I will continue to fight for more funding for our sporting clubs and I know there are some great plans ahead, especially for the home of football, Cromer Park," Mr Falinski said.
CEO of Manly Warringah Football Association David Mason welcomed the funding which will enhance the facilities provided to over 18,000 members.
"Manly Warringah Football Association has over 18,000 registered players, men women and children from all ages. This funding means we can upgrade our amenities and canteen in line with modern facilities and offer our players, parents and families a clean, safe and comfortable environment when they come to Cromer Park to watch local community games and Manly United representative matches.
"Thanks to Jason we are now able to focus on growing football on the Northern Beaches and plan for the future development of Cromer Park, which is the home of football on the Northern Beaches," Mr Mason said.
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