Sports clubs in this area are getting a £216,000 boost to improve their playing fields.
Five local organisations are getting a share of £638,349 of investment in Yorkshire.
Among those to benefit is The Leslie Sports Foundation, which has recently signed a 99-year deal with the University of Huddersfield to give amateur football and sports clubs in Kirklees access to new facilities at Storthes Hall Park in Kirkburton.
They have got £50,000 from Sport England.
Also benefiting is Holmfirth Town Football Club, which has £50,000 and Upper Hopton Cricket Club which receives £18,000.
The Greetland Academy will receive £48,202 while Calderdale Council gets £50,000 to improve its playing fields via the Protecting Playing Fields Olympic and Paralympic Legacy Fund.
Nationally playing fields are getting a £3.5m boost to make them more suitable for sports teams to play on.
Upper Hopton Cricket Club, near Mirfield, will use its cash to install a new drainage system.
As the only playing field in the village, the waterlogged pitches are causing disruption to the sporting activities of villagers as many matches and training sessions have to be postponed.
Organisations can apply for the next round of funding until June 10 with between £20,000 and £50,000 available.