AFL Southern NSW has unveiled its new headquarters in Wagga.
The AFL NSW-ACT office has moved from the Baylis Centre to a new home on the corner of Blake and Morgan Streets, opposite Robertson Oval and Bolton Park.
It is the latest investment from AFL NSW-ACT that has totalled more than $1.1 million in Southern NSW over the last three years.
AFL NSW-ACT chief executive Sam Graham is pleased with how the new facility has come up.
"It's fantastic," Graham said.
"It's in a great location, next to Robertson Oval, it's very prominent and a great set up here where we co-locate with cricket and little athletics. It's a terrific environment for our staff and also the local footy community to come for meetings and the like in a quality environment.
"To have such a prominent location with a quality office environment we felt was really important to support the broader growth of footy across the region."
The new office comes at the same time AFL NSW-ACT announced record facility investment across Southern NSW.
The organisation has provided more than $1.1 million in funding since 2017.
"Facilities are such an integral component of the football ecosystem and having quality, safe, inclusive environments for girls, boys, to play the game we feel is really important," Graham said.
"Since 2017, investing in over $1 million in different facilities right across the Riverina and MIA region we feel is really important to underpin that and support all the great work that volunteers do.
"It also supports the broader work that 's going on around our community football leagues, in terms of the broader review into the growth and sustainability of the game."
Graham was quick to point out that the AFL's role has been in partnership with the three levels of government and driven by clubs.
"It's a credit to the local volunteers that have done the work to get those facilities and the projects up," he said.
"And also local government, state government and federal government, we've got great partnerships, really strong, collaborative partnerships with all levels of government, our local community clubs, that together we've worked on these projects and the AFL is really proud and humble to be able to invest and support all of all these different projects."
AFL NSW-ACT plans to further invest 'heavily' in facility projects in Southern NSW in the next two to three years with significant investment earmarked for a number of projects, including a major upgrade to Bolton Park in Wagga.