Fans of National Premier Leagues South Australia have welcomed the exciting announcement that Football South Australia have joined up with NPL.TV to cover all 366 games of the NPL and WNPL for the season ahead.
Football South Australia has become the latest footballing body to join up with the NPL.TV, continuing the trend set by Football NSW and Football Queensland who have recently made the move to stream their footballing content through the platform.
All men’s and women’s games will be broadcast live, free and on-demand over the coming NPL season in an effort to expand Football South Australia’s consumer base. Fans will relish the opportunity to experience all of the eye-catching saves, spectacular goals and thrilling moments from the local game in a more accessible way than ever before.
The NPL.TV platform began in 2020, with fans of Football NSW and Football Queensland being treated to over 1,000 games worth of action in the past year.
By having their football content streamed on NPL.TV, Football South Australia have taken major steps in progressing the game throughout the state and across Australia.
Football South Australia CEO Michael Carter praised the ambitious nature of the move and the growth that it will ensure for the game in the state.
“Ensuring our NPL and WNPL games can be viewed on a dedicated platform via NPL.TV will take our coverage and accessibility to a new level in the state, he said.
“Anyone at a game or at home will be able to tune into their game of choice. We are pleased to have partnered with FNSW and FQ in showcasing the best of the NPL and WNPL competitions.”
NPL.TV is available via download for iOS and Android devices and can be connected to a TV through Apple TV or Google Chromecast. NPL.TV is free to download for all Australian-based football fans, with an option available to upgrade to a premium Full HD version for a small monthly fee.
The 2021 editions of the NPL and WNPL competitions kick off on Friday, April 9.