Narromine Soccer Club has received funding for three projects thanks to the NSW government.
The Miniroos youth development program was given $1864, skills training for female players got $750 and another $1160 went towards purchasing new equipment.
Narromine Soccer Club secretary Sara McGilchrist said a desire to see the sport grow was behind the applications.
"Narromine is a small town and there's lots of other sports, but we want to present a wonderful opportunity for the kids who come to play soccer with us," she said.
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"We've been working with the John Moriarty Foundation when it comes to the Miniroos program and we're hoping that by providing skills sessions for girls we can attract more female players in the future."
Dubbo MP Dugald Saunders congratulated the club for securing the funding.
"They're looking at targeting the youngest age groups and female players, which they should be congratulated for because you grow clubs from younger ages up," he said.
"They also needed some new goalposts and other equipment, so it's wonderful that as a government we have been able to provide that support."