Football NSW has announced that all National Premier Leagues NSW Women’s and National Premier Leagues 2 NSW Men’s matches will be live streamed, exclusively on NPL.TV when matches commence this weekend.
Prior to COVID-19 halting all competitions, NPL.TV was launched as an exciting new destination for fans of NPL NSW to view games. The landmark streaming service is a key partnership between Football NSW and leading sports media and data agency Sportradar.
On NPL.TV, the platform will be fully broadcast including complete commentary for all NPL NSW Women’s and NPL 2 Men’s matches throughout the 2020 season.
NPL.TV will also stream top-tier NPL NSW Men’s and NPL NSW Men’s Under 20’s when they are due to recommence later this month.
The platform is regarded as an OTT service capable of allowing content to be streamed from mobiles to televisions via Chromecast or Airplay.
NPL.TV is free for those in Australia and accessible on all web browsers, with the option to purchase a ‘premium’ Full HD package at a small monthly cost.
Football NSW has confirmed the following opening round matches can be viewed live and exclusive on NPL.TV this weekend:
Round 1 NPL NSW Women’s
Sunday 19 July
3pm – Blacktown Spartans v North West Sydney Koalas – Blacktown Football Park
3pm – Manly United v FNSW Institute – Cromer Park
3pm – Emerging Jets v Sydney Olympic – Lake Macquarie Regional Football Facility
3pm – Sydney University v Macarthur Rams Womens – Sydney University Football Ground
3:30pm – Northern Tigers v Bankstown City – North Turramurra Recreation Area
7:05pm – APIA Leichhardt v Illawarra Stingrays – Lambert Park
Round 1 NPL 2 NSW Men’s
Saturday 18 July
7pm – SD Raiders v Hills United – Ernie Smith Reserve
7pm – NWS Spirit FC v Bonnyrigg White Eagles – Christie Park
7pm – Blacktown Spartans v Central Coast Mariners – Blacktown Football Park
7pm – Northern Tigers v Newcastle Jets – North Turramurra Recreation Area No 1
Sunday 19 July
3pm – Hakoah Sydney City East v St George FC – Hensley Athletic Field
Football NSW’s move from social media streaming to Sportradar’s innovative OTT platform will allow the organisation to control the content, allowing for more in-depth and data-driven insights into the area of viewer behaviour and can outline how this can tell more engaging stories to these fans.