2020/2021 - Soccer TV Ratings - A-League etc

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Western Sydney Wanderers vs Perth Glory
Fox Sports 11,000

A-League being outrated by the AFLW. :shock:

AFLW

Gold Coast vs Carlton
Fox Footy 15,000

https://www.mediaweek.com.au/weekend-tv ... h-19-2021/


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Beaussie wrote: Sat Mar 20, 2021 11:54 am Image

Western Sydney Wanderers vs Perth Glory
Fox Sports 11,000

A-League being outrated by the AFLW. :shock:

AFLW

Gold Coast vs Carlton
Fox Footy 15,000

https://www.mediaweek.com.au/weekend-tv ... h-19-2021/
AFLW has been constantly out rating the A League lol


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A-League #MACvWUN
ABC 42,000
Fox Sports 11,000

When will ABC just end this deal, it is pathetic


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Fox deal runs out after this season, i doubt they'll renew with ratings like this


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The_Wookie wrote: Sun Mar 21, 2021 2:34 pm Fox deal runs out after this season, i doubt they'll renew with ratings like this
yeah you would think so, i was surprised they renewed it for a further season.

STAN SPORT I recan will lock it up on a cheap as chips deal.


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Melbourne City vs Western Sydney Wanderers
Fox Sports 11,000

https://www.mediaweek.com.au/weekend-tv ... h-26-2021/


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Central Coast vs Melbourne Victory 25,000
Perth vs Newcastle 9,000

https://www.mediaweek.com.au/tv-ratings ... h-27-2021/


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Round 15

A-League Fox Sports

Central Coast vs Adelaide 8,000

https://www.mediaweek.com.au/easter-tv- ... il-1-2021/



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A-League Fox Sports
Macarthur FC vs Perth Glory 17,000


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A-League Fox Sports
Brisbane Roar vs Western Sydney Wanderers 19,000

https://www.mediaweek.com.au/tv-ratings ... il-3-2021/


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Round 16

A-League Fox Sports

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Macarthur FC vs Brisbane Roar 13,000

https://www.mediaweek.com.au/weekend-tv ... y-april-9/


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Adelaide vs Western Sydney Wanderers 19,000
Sydney vs Melbourne City 11,000
Newcastle vs Melbourne Victory 10,000


Football Fox Sports
Germany v Matildas 9,000


https://www.mediaweek.com.au/weekend-tv ... l-10-2021/


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Round 17

A-League Fox Sports

Western Sydney Wanderers vs Brisbane Roar 10,000
https://www.mediaweek.com.au/weekend-tv ... l-16-2021/

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Melbourne City vs Melbourne Victory 11,000
Western United vs Central Coast Mariners 8,000
https://www.mediaweek.com.au/weekend-tv ... l-17-2021/



Round 18

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Melbourne Victory v Western Sydney Wanderers 15,000
https://www.mediaweek.com.au/weekend-tv ... l-23-2021/

Macarthur FC vs Melbourne City 8,000 (Fox Sports)
Central Coast Mariners vs Sydney FC 10,000 (Fox Sports) 63,000 (ABC)
https://www.mediaweek.com.au/weekend-tv ... l-24-2021/



Round 19

Brisbane Roar vs Wellington Phoenix 14,000 (ABC 42,000)

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Western Sydney Wanderers vs Sydney FC 20,000
Perth Glory vs Macarthur FC 9,000
https://www.mediaweek.com.au/weekend-tv ... ay-1-2021/


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Round 20

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A-League Fox Sports

Friday

Adelaide United vs Wellington Phoenix 12,000

https://www.mediaweek.com.au/weekend-tv ... ay-7-2021/


A-League Fox Sports/ABC

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Newcastle Jets vs Sydney FC ABC 44,000 and Fox Sports 5,000

Western Sydney Wanderers vs Western United Fox Sports 12,000

https://www.mediaweek.com.au/weekend-tv ... ay-8-2021/


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Just 5,000 viewers on FoxSports for the Newcastle Jets vs Sydney FC. Good grief :shock:


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I think that takes for the cake for the lowest Figure on FOX>

FOX will say goodbye to A League.

I recan Stan will pick it up for dirt cheap.


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leeroy*NRL* wrote: Sun May 09, 2021 12:09 pm I think that takes for the cake for the lowest Figure on FOX>

FOX will say goodbye to A League.

I recan Stan will pick it up for dirt cheap.
Apparently there are 9 interested bidders for the A-League broadcast rights. Not sure why with tv ratings like that. Perhaps like you say, Stan will pick it up on the cheap.


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Beaussie wrote: Sun May 09, 2021 12:18 pm
leeroy*NRL* wrote: Sun May 09, 2021 12:09 pm I think that takes for the cake for the lowest Figure on FOX>

FOX will say goodbye to A League.

I recan Stan will pick it up for dirt cheap.
Apparently there are 9 interested bidders for the A-League broadcast rights. Not sure why with tv ratings like that. Perhaps like you say, Stan will pick it up on the cheap.
9 Bidders :shock:

A League will likely ask for less for FTA Exposure
and would aim for something similar to what Rugby Union is doing.
which would suit Ch9
but gee at what price..


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leeroy*NRL* wrote: Sun May 09, 2021 12:40 pm
Beaussie wrote: Sun May 09, 2021 12:18 pm
leeroy*NRL* wrote: Sun May 09, 2021 12:09 pm I think that takes for the cake for the lowest Figure on FOX>

FOX will say goodbye to A League.

I recan Stan will pick it up for dirt cheap.
Apparently there are 9 interested bidders for the A-League broadcast rights. Not sure why with tv ratings like that. Perhaps like you say, Stan will pick it up on the cheap.
9 Bidders :shock:

A League will likely ask for less for FTA Exposure
and would aim for something similar to what Rugby Union is doing.
which would suit Ch9
but gee at what price..


Not sure what to make of the apparent 9 bidders to be honest. Could just be the chairman trying to talk up the A-League rights.

Nine leading broadcast players - both domestic and international - are in the mix to tie-up the A-League’s TV rights, with a decision “very close” to being finalised.

Existing rights holder Fox Sports’ long-time deal expires in July, amid ongoing uncertainty over the identity of a future partner.

But Australian Professional Leagues chairman Paul Lederer is confident a deal will be inked in the coming weeks, adding he’s been taken aback by the level of interest from across the globe in the domestic competition.

The APL is spearheading negotiations after the recent unbundling from Football Australia.

Whilst reluctant to dive into specifics, the billionaire Western Sydney Wanderers chief confirmed that Fox Sports were among the interested parties along with the likes of Channel Nine-owned streaming service Stan Sport.

But he said a broad spectrum of bidders had thrown their hats in the ring to discuss taking up a rights package, likely to also include the W-League.

“We’re talking to nine different parties,” he revealed. “There’s been a hell of a lot of interest, a lot of different people and important companies from around the world.

“These are very prominent, world class providers. It’s getting close, very close. I think by the end of April, or May, this will all be resolved.

"It’s exciting ... that’s all I can tell you.”

In addition to Stan and Fox - who renegotiated a reduced one-year contract worth $28 million after the COVID-19 pandemic struck - heavyweights like Amazon Prime, DAZN, Hulu, fuboTV and Optus may also be eyeing the competition.

Whilst professing surprise at the sheer numbers of bidders, Lederer said it was driven by a thirst for content.

He also stated it was possible the A-League could be shown across more than a single platform.

https://theworldgame.sbs.com.au/nine-wo ... ys-lederer


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