A-League three months away, but Crocmedia broadcast plans revealed

• Capital city radio partners include SEN, Fiveaa, 4BC, 6PR and Super Radio Network

With the 2018/19 Hyundai A-League schedule announced this week, Crocmedia has announced plans to broadcast more matches than ever before.

Crocmedia has already secured distribution into Australia’s five biggest capital cities and will call 100+ matches via Football Nation, its national syndicated brand.

It revealed parochial calls tailored for each market would run deeper than ever before, with fans of at least six clubs to be served a tailored commentary into their region of Australia.

Home and away matches involving Melbourne Victory and Melbourne City will return to 1116 SEN in Melbourne for the season ahead.

Home matches of the Western Sydney Wanderers and Adelaide United will run in NSW and SA respectively via Super Radio Network and Adelaide’s Fiveaa.

Home and away Brisbane Roar and Perth Glory matches will air on weekends on Macquarie’s 4BC and 6PR.

Crocmedia is the master radio rights holder for all Hyundai A-League, Westfield W-League and FFA Cup matches.

Executive Director Chris Giannopoulos said, now that the fixture has been finalised, Crocmedia would be keen to work with other radio stations around the country about becoming broadcasters of Hyundai A-League, Westfield W-League and/or FFA Cup matches.

“We congratulate the FFA on the release of the 2018/2019 Hyundai A-League with an exciting schedule outlined for both fans and broadcasters,” Giannopoulos said.

All matches can also be heard on myfootballnation.com and a-league.com.au.

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