The 2020/21 A-League and Westfield W-League seasons will make history by kicking off together for the first time on Sunday, December 27.
FOX SPORTS will broadcast LIVE A-League and W-League football for six days a week up until the end of the women’s season, including every match of the A-League season, 27 W-League matches as well as the 2021 A-League and W-League Final Series.
FOX SPORTS’ Tara Rushton, Mark Bosnich, Robbie Slater and Brenton Speed were joined by stars of the game today to launch the seasons.
It all begins Sunday, December 27 with an opening day double-header at Bankwest Stadium. At 6.30pm, new Sydney club Macarthur FC make their A-League debut in a brand-new western Sydney derby against the Wanderers.
First up on opening day, the W-League sparks football season to life with the Wanderers and Melbourne Victory from 4.00pm Live.
As the year comes to a close a festival of football will bring fans 18 matches in eight days, including W-League and A-League grand final rematches between Sydney FC and Melbourne City FC at ANZ Stadium on Wednesday, December 30.
Steve Crawley, Executive Director of FOX SPORTS said:
“What better way to end this year and begin 2021 than to celebrate with six days a week of football. We’re going to see the best the leagues have to offer with so many Socceroos and Matildas putting on a show for fans across the nation.”
FOX SPORTS will deliver fans the best commentary and analysis with football experts and Australian football legends Mark Bosnich and Robbie Slater alongside expert commentators Archie Thompson, Andy Harper and Brenton Speed with hosts Adam Peacock and Tara Rushton.
FOX SPORTS, the home of football, has been there since the first season of the A-League and W-League and continues its commitment to football for the 2020/21 seasons.
FOX SPORTS will continue to bring fans closer to the game, taking them into the inner sanctum of their favourite club, delivering fans pre-game and post-game player interviews as well as addresses from the coaches.
FOX SPORTS is available on Foxtel, and to stream on Kayo, Foxtel Go and Foxtel Now.
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