Football Australia

Domestic media rights to the national team matches of Australia's men's Socceroos and women's Matildas will hit the market early next week, as Football Australia eyes a record multi-million dollar broadcast…

Football Australia (FA) is readying tender documents for what it is confidently declaring will be a record multi-million dollar broadcast deal for its national teams

Disney and Football Australia are working together to create a six-part documentary series based on the Australian women's national team as it prepares for next year's Fifa Women's World Cup

An outbreak of ‘streaming wars’ in Australia has injected life into a sports media rights market that this time last year looked threatened by a sharp decline.

The Australian women’s football team has been attracting record domestic television audiences for its matches at Tokyo 2020, on free-to-air broadcaster Seven. Seven reported an audience of 2.2

Australia’s burgeoning sports streaming market benefitted another domestic rights-holder last month as Football Australia scored a major deal with media group Ten.

ViacomCBS-owned Australian broadcaster Network Ten has struck a deal with Football Australia to broadcast all national team matches outside of World Cups until 2024

A-League rights fees fall but the rights-holder is considered to have a strong new home on Ten and Paramount+.