Australian Professional Leagues (APL)
FC Barcelona will travel to Australia for an exhibition match against an A-League all-stars team following the conclusion of the Spanish LaLiga season next month, the club announced today (Wednesday)
Australian Professional Leagues, the organisation that manages Australia’s top football leagues, has unveiled an agreement with technology company GoBubble Community aimed at protecting players from o…
Australian Professional Leagues (APL) has secured exclusive rights to club competitions of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC), the governing body of Asian football, for the 2021-24 cycle
Australian Professional Leagues (APL), the managing body of Australian professional football’s elite A-Leagues, has announced its current managing director Danny Townsend will transition to the role o…
Danny Townsend, managing director of Australian Professional Leagues, speaks to SportBusiness about Silver Lake's $100m investment into Australian club football.
US investment firm Silver Lake is investing close to A$140m ($100m/€89m) to acquire a 33-per-cent stake in Australian Professional Leagues (APL), the organisation that manages Australia's elite football l…
Australian Professional Leagues (APL), the organising body for the men’s and women's A-Leagues in Australia, has named betting operator Neds as its wagering sponsor in a two-year deal.
Sports data firm Stats Perform and A-Leagues have agreed a three-year deal, beginning with the 2021-22 season, to create new, data-driven content for the leagues’ media channels.
Pay-television broadcaster Sky New Zealand has renewed its rights for Australian football's A-Leagues in a multi-year deal beginning with the upcoming 2021-22 season
Australian football's Australian Professional Leagues has launched a new website and mobile app-based football content platform, KeepUp
US investment firm Silver Lake is close to acquiring a 30-per-cent stake in the commercial rights business of Australia's domestic football leagues, according to Australian newspapers the Sun-Herald and…
Utility vehicle brand Isuzu UTE has agreed a three-season naming rights deal for Australia's men's A-League, covering 2021-22 to 2023-24. The league's official name will be the Isuzu UTE A-League Men