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Aussie Football’s gem: A-LEAGUE 2023-24 launches this weekend

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The highly-anticipated 2023-24 A-Leagues season is set to launch this week, with Paramount ANZ exclusively broadcasting every match. Fans can catch all the action on Network 10 and Paramount+.

Kicking off the season are the Liberty A-League Women with a standalone opener. Following their recent stint in the FIFA 2023 Women’s World Cup, many notable players return to the home ground. One to watch is the phenomenal Cortnee Vine. She’ll be on the field when Sydney FC faces Western Sydney Wanderers for a celebratory game this Saturday. Fans can tune in to this game on 10 Bold and 10 Play without spending a dime, or opt for Paramount+ for a direct stream.

Dedicated to fostering the growth of women’s football, every game of the Liberty A-League Women is accessible for free on 10 Play, and simultaneously on Paramount+. An exciting update for fans is the re-entry of Central Coast Mariners to the league, promising a lengthier season and more football moments.

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Switching gears to the men’s games, top matches from the Isuzu UTE A-League Men will broadcast live on 10 Bold and 10 Play every weekend. To assure fans don’t miss out on a second of the action, these matches will run uninterrupted from the first whistle to the last. And, as always, Paramount+ serves as the one-stop destination for all A-Leagues fixtures, accompanied by mini-matches, replays, and highlight reels.

The recent 2022 Men’s and 2023 Women’s World Cups showcased Aussie talent with outstanding performances. It’s noteworthy that every player from the CommBank Matildas World Cup squad has, at some point, graced the A-Leagues. Additionally, a significant 20 out of the 26 Subway Socceroos also boast an A-Leagues history. This reinforces the league’s reputation as the place “Where Stars Are Made.”

Steering the broadcast team for this season are stalwarts Tara Rushton, Niav Owens, and Scott MacKinnon. Their expertise will be complemented by the insights of trusted football analysts like Robbie Thomson, Andy Harper, and Simon Hill. Former A-League luminaries Daniel McBreen and Grace Gill will also offer their perspectives.

Additionally, Studio 10’s Tristan MacManus will be the eyes and ears on the ground throughout the season. He’ll be supported by football legends such as Archie Thompson, Bruce Djite, Luke Wilkshire, and Alex Brosque, all providing their seasoned analysis.

The women’s Liberty A-League season commences this weekend and will wrap up with finals in April 2024.

Meanwhile, the Isuzu UTE A-League men’s matches start on Friday, 20 October, climaxing in an exhilarating finals series in May 2024.

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