Australian Professional Leagues (APL) and Paramount ANZ have announced that the innovative new documentary series, A-Leagues All Access, will be broadcast via the home of Australian football, Paramount ANZ.
Produced by KEEPUP Studios and JAMTV, the show will premiere each Thursday at 7:30pm AEDT on 10 Play, KEEPUP.COM.AU, the KEEPUP app and KEEPUP on YouTube. It will be available on Australia’s fastest growing streaming service, Paramount+, and will then be broadcast on 10 Bold at 2:00pm AEDT on Saturday afternoons ahead of the evening’s Isuzu UTE A-League Men game on the same channel.
The A-Leagues All Access series is a new behind-the-scenes documentary series that is designed to bring fans closer to their favourite A-Leagues players and clubs than ever before in 2022-23.
Ant Hearne, Chief Commercial Officer at the APL, voiced his excitement at having the series available for fans on multiple platforms.
“A-Leagues All Access is a groundbreaking series that offers more access than ever before to our fans, and now we are giving them even more ways to watch thanks to Paramount ANZ. This real-time, weekly format is a first for Australian sport, offering our fans the opportunity to get up close and personal with the stars of the A-Leagues, every single week,” he said via media release.
The first ever episode will go live this Thursday October 13, and will give fans full access to Melbourne Victory marquee player Luis Nani and lead them through the Portuguese starlet’s viewpoint during Victory’s dramatic 3-2 defeat of Sydney FC in the Big Blue last weekend.
Each episode – 30 across the course of the season – focuses on one of the A-Leagues stars, and is turned around at rapid speed following the weekend’s action for broadcast every Thursday during the season.
The next episodes will feature Brisbane Roar’s Charlie Austin, Melbourne City Coach, Patrick Kisnorbo and rising Socceroos and Central Coast Mariners star, Garang Kuol. During the season break for the FIFA 2022 World Cup, Liberty A-League stars will shine with Western United and Matildas Chloe Logarzo, Melbourne Victory’s Kayla Morrison and Melbourne City and Matildas goalkeeper Melissa Babieri the featured stars.