The A-Leagues today announce the signing of Isuzu UTE Australia (IUA) as the first naming rights partner of its men's competition, which will be officially known as the 'Isuzu UTE A-League Men'. The three-year partnership marks the latest milestone in the A-Leagues' ambitious
The A-League was established in 2004 by Football Federation Australia (FFA) as a successor to the National Soccer League (NSL) and competition commenced in August 2005. The league is currently contested by twelve teams; eleven based in Australia and one based in New Zealand.
Australia's professional football leagues will undergo a major change, with the men and women's competitions unified under a new "A-Leagues" banner. Why Australia is set for a new 'exciting ...
Australian A-League. Regular Season. 1 MBC Melbourne City FC. 2 SYD Sydney FC. 3 CCM Central Coast Mariners. 4 BRI Brisbane Roar. 5 ADE Adelaide United. 6 MFC Macarthur FC. 7 WEL Wellington ...
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The Australian A-League, or Hyundai A-League for sponsorship reasons, is one of the most competitive leagues in Asia. Only eleven teams play in this league but plans for an expansion have been mentioned by football authorities in Australia. This league kicked off in 2005.
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The investment by ViacomCBS Australia and New Zealand, further cements APL’s plan to unite, entertain and grow the football audience in Australia. It marks the first significant commercial announcement for APL since its member clubs began taking control of the A-League, W-League, Y-League and e-League on 31 December last year.