Fox Sports bolsters commitment to FFA Cup

Australian pay-television broadcaster Fox Sports has enhanced its backing of the FFA Cup by stating it will provide live streaming of all non-broadcast matches from the fledgling domestic club football competition’s Round of 32 onwards in 2015.

Fox Sports was appointed as the official broadcaster of the FFA Cup by Football Federation Australia last year.

Following the competition’s inaugural edition, Fox Sports has said it will provide live streaming for the 20 non-broadcast games of this season’s competition from the Round of 32 onwards via its website, as well as on Apple TV via the Fox Sports Now service.

Fox Sports’ four broadcast matches during the Round of 32 will also carry highlights and live crosses to the non-broadcast matches.

Full replays will be available online at the conclusion of matches. The Round of 32 begins tomorrow (Wednesday).