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Kuala Lumpur, March 10: The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) has announced Free TV Australia (Free TV) as their new media partner in various island nations in the Pacific Ocean, including Fiji, Solomon Islands, Kiribati, Nauru, Samoa, Tonga, Tuvalu and Vanuatu.
Free TV’s deal covers the AFC’s major national team and club competitions in the year 2022, including the AFC Asian Qualifiers – Road to Qatar, the AFC U23 Asian Cup Uzbekistan 2022, the AFC Champions League and the AFC Cup.
PacificAus TV is the result of a partnership between Free TV Australia and the Federal Government. PacificAus TV has sourced content from Australian commercial television networks and other content providers to supply Pacific partner broadcasters with premium Australian content across the Pacific, free of charge.
Sport fans across the Pacific Islands can now catch all the action from the AFC’s national team and club competitions on networks such as Kiri One (Kiribati), NTV (Nauru), FBC 1 and FBC 2 (Fiji), TTV 1 and TTV 2 (Solomon Islands), VBTC (Vanuatu), TBC 1 and TBC 2 (Tonga), TV3 (Samoa) and Tuvalu.TV (Tuvalu).
“The AFC is pleased to enter into this partnership with Free TV Australia, which will bring captivating Asian football action to new audiences in the Pacific Island nations,” AFC General Secretary Datuk Seri Windsor John said.
“The AFC’s competitions are now available in virtually every market across the globe and this partnership further underlines the ever-growing and universal appeal and fanbase of our world-class tournaments.”
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