IT’S Friday night. The very first Friday night of the 2021/22 Isuzu UTE A-League season.
Reigning Champions Melbourne City are welcoming Brisbane Roar to AAMI Park, and anticipation is rife. Your pizza is hot, your drinks chilled, but as the referee puts whistle to mouth you’re scrambling to stream all the action to a lounge room filled with eager eyes.
Don’t let this be you on Friday, November 19 – read on to become an expert on all things Channel 10 and Paramount+.
Australian football has a new home in 2021/22, with every game of the A-League / Men and A-League / Women seasons to be broadcast on Paramount+ – plus one A-League / Men’s game will also be broadcast on Saturday nights on 10 and live streamed on 10 Play, while one A-League Women’s match will be live on 10 Bold.
Before the seasons kick off, your first port of call is to subscribe to Paramount+ for $8.99/month. This will grant you access to every minute of A-Leagues action. Click here or visit www.paramountplus.com.au and hit ‘Sign up for Paramount+’ to get started.
A 10 Play subscription will also be of use to you throughout 2021/22. 10 Play is Channel 10’s own streaming service, which you can download and use for free. You will need a separate 10 Play account, which you can sign up for by clicking here.
There’s many ways for you to get Paramount+ and 10 Play streaming on your TV:
- Android TV users: Download the Paramount+/10 Play apps from the Play Store
- Set-top boxes: Smart devices such as Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Fetch TV, Amazon Fire etc will allow you to download the Paramount+/10 Play apps and stream away.
- Use Airplay or Chromecast to stream Paramount+ and 10 Play off your Apple/Android devices (tablets and phones) to your TV.
Now that you’re subscribed to Paramount+ and 10 Play, let’s look ahead to November 19, that all important date every A-Leagues fan is eagerly anticipating.
Channel 10 will broadcast one Isuzu UTE A-League Men match per week every Saturday night on free-to-air.
An exciting new broadcast innovation every Saturday night will allow fans watching on 10 and 10 Play to enjoy expert commentary, highlights and analysis from one match, with a simultaneous kick off streaming on Paramount+.
There’ll be crosses between the two venues, live goal updates from both games and the opportunity to experience dynamic multi-screen viewing across Network 10 and Paramount+.
The A-League Women season gets underway on December 3, and while every second of action will be available via Paramount+, one match per round will be screened live on Sunday afternoons on 10 Bold and simulcast on 10 Play.
Months have turned to days in the build-up to the 2021/22 A-Leagues action hitting your screens. Make sure you’re on board as Channel 10 and Paramount+ beckon Australian football into an exciting new future.