The AFL has reached a new three-year agreement for its radio broadcast rights into South Australia with Fiveaa.


Fiveaa, which has broadcast AFL football into Adelaide since the inception of the Adelaide Football Club in 1991, will continue to broadcast all Adelaide and Port Adelaide matches through the Toyota Premiership Season and finals series, as well as pre-season NAB Cup and NAB Challenge matches.

AFL chief executive Andrew Demetriou said Fiveaa will also broadcast other matches into Adelaide each weekend as part of its relay agreements with 3AW and 6PR. 

“The AFL would like to congratulate Fiveaa for again committing to support AFL football in South Australia, and taking the state’s two elite teams to their fans for every match they play during the year, both home and away,” Demetriou said.
“Fiveaa has called every game for both clubs, since they joined the AFL, and their long-standing commitment to SANFL football in South Australia is testimony to the support they provide for our game, and we are delighted they have continued to maintain their partnership with football,” he said.

Under the AFL’s radio rights arrangements for the 2007 season onwards, it is now guaranteed that every team in every state will have radio coverage for every match it plays for premiership points for the first time in the history of the game.

Source AFL