City of Armagh, Portadown, Banbridge and Lurgan rugby clubs will also receive a share of the £5.2 million investment in rugby announced from the Levelling Up Fund.
In all, 29 clubs across Northern Ireland will benefit from the funding, part of a £71 million package confirmed on Wednesday night.
Now all of the clubs which are included have been confirmed.
And Ulster Rugby has welcomed the announcement.
The funding will be spread across 29 clubs and will go towards making the sport more accessible and inclusive, and will include upgrades to club infrastructure, such as floodlights, changing rooms, playing surfaces, and clubhouses.
Ulster Rugby CEO Jonny Petrie said: “We’re delighted to receive this funding, which will go on to provide enormous support to our thriving club game right across Northern Ireland.
“Improving our clubs is massively important to the future of our domestic game, and these projects will help the 29 clubs increase their participation as they become more accessible and inclusive, particularly when it comes to the women and girls’ game.
“Improving our clubs is massively important to the future of our domestic game, and these projects will help the 29 clubs increase their participation, particularly when it comes to the women and girls’ game.
“We look forward to working with the clubs and other partners to deliver on this exciting project.”
All rugby clubs based in Northern Ireland were eligible to apply, with all 29 applicants set to receive funding:
City of Armagh
City of Derry