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Greg O’Rourke, chief executive of Australia’s A-League, has admitted that audience ratings on pay-television broadcaster Fox Sports since the season’s resumption have been “disappointing”, with clubs set…

Australian pay-television broadcaster Foxtel has reached an agreement with Football Federation Australia (FFA) to cover the remainder of the 2019-20 A-League season and the 2020-21 campaign in a deal worth…

Pay-television operator Foxtel declined to extend its rights deal with Australian rules football league the AFL due to long-running concerns over a clause in the contract concerning free-to-air exposure,…

Football Federation Australia has revealed details of the re-start of the domestic A-League but is still working on a revised broadcast deal with pay-television broadcaster Fox Sports

Football Federation Australia (FFA) has today (Thursday) unveiled a plan to restart the A-League’s 2019-20 season by mid-July, subject to agreement with broadcast rights-holder Fox Sports.

Australian pay-television operator Foxtel has failed to make its final rights fee instalment for this season’s A-League, the top-tier men’s football league in Australia, it has been reported.

Pay-television broadcaster Sky Deutschland has today (Monday) provided live coverage of Australian club football competition the A-League as part of a tie-up with Germany-based subscription broadcaster…

Football Federation Australia has confirmed it is in talks with commercial broadcaster Ten over a deal that could give the A-League significantly more exposure via free-to-air television

US sports broadcaster ESPN has acquired rights to top-tier club football competitions the Dutch Eredivisie and Chinese Super League, along with Australia’s A-League and W-League.

Football Federation Australia earned a substantial increase in the value of its international media rights in a deal with the IMG agency last month.

Public-service broadcaster ABC missed out on free-to-air rights to the Australian A-League and Australia national team matches as it cannot sell advertising, TV Sports Markets understands.

Football Federation Australia’s new domestic deal for top-tier A-League rights has succeeded in squeezing a good increase from an uncompetitive landscape.

Australian public-service broadcaster SBS has secured rights to English Premier League football club Arsenal’s pre-season exhibition matches in Australia.

Football Federation Australia chief executive David Gallop has said that it is unlikely that pay-television broadcaster Fox Sports will renew its domestic rights deal for the top-tier A-League before the start of the new season.

Football Federation Australia, the sport’s national governing body, has agreed a deal for commercial broadcaster Seven to show coverage of the country’s national women’s team on free-to-air television for the first time.

Football Federation Australia (FFA), the sport’s national governing body, is reportedly considering curtailing its rights deals with pay-television broadcaster Fox Sports and free-to-air broadcaster SBS ahead of schedule.

Damien De Bohun, head of Australia’s A-League, has said that a potential expansion of the top-tier football club competition hinges on the backing of the league's broadcast partners.

Pay-television broadcaster Ten Sports, which operates in the Indian subcontinent, has acquired rights to Australia’s A-League and FFA Cup club football competitions for the next three seasons.

Australian pay-television broadcaster Fox Sports has been appointed as the official broadcaster of the new club knockout cup competition launched by Football Federation Australia.