Fox Sports and ABC will both show a live broadcast of the match of the round, to be staged as double headers with the Hyundai A-League match on Sunday afternoon.
Fox Sports and ABC will also broadcast the two Westfield W-League semi-finals on 23-24 January as well as the 2016 W-League Grand Final on 31 January, which will be a standalone event.
Crocmedia will broadcast every Friday night match, as well as the finals Series and other marquee fixtures, throughout the Super Radio Network to 56 markets across regional New South Wales and southern Queensland as well into Victoria and Western Australia through various broadcasters.
The broadcasts will be branded as A-League Live and will form a similar model to Crocmedia’s AFL regional broadcast AFL Live.
- The FFA have confirmed that the global audience reach of the A-League will hit a potential 250 million viewers this season under their latest international broadcast and digital streaming arrangements.
There are 84 countries with broadcast agreements covering A-League matches as well as a global streaming deal with www.livesport.tv.
Under FFA’s distribution arrangements with Lagardere Sports (formerly World Sport Group), full live match broadcasts are available in the USA, China, Italy, England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Canada, the Caribbean, Hong Kong, Singapore and Myanmar. Other major markets across Asia and Africa have delayed coverage and extensive highlights packages.