Football Queensland has today unveiled the FQTV Match Centre, the new-look website which will house every must-watch match streamed and filmed by FQ in 2022.
“Football Queensland was the largest content provider of all Member Federations in Australia last year by a significant margin, broadcasting 711 games live and on demand for viewers not only in Queensland but also for a national and international audience,” FQ CEO Robert Cavallucci said.
“2022 will be an even more exciting year for competitions at every level of the game as we see the implementation of the connected football pyramid across the state and the continuation of Cup competitions with the Australia Cup and the Kappa Women’s Super Cup.
“We’re looking forward to expanding our digital broadcast reach again in 2022 as we showcase some of the country’s best talent across our competitions on the FQTV Match Centre, which is set to further raise the profile of our Queensland leagues and draw the eyes of even more fans.
“Football Queensland is continuing to work closely and collaboratively with Football Australia, the commercial rights owner of the National Premier Leagues (NPL), in the establishment of a national aggregated content platform from 2023 onwards.
“We’re committed to working together to develop a suitable and sustainable content and commercial solution to strengthen the coverage of our game across the country in 2023 and beyond.”
All broadcast matches will also be available to watch live and on-demand via the FQ YouTube channel for the 2022 season, while Feature Matches will continue to be broadcast on the FQ Facebook page each weekend.
In addition to housing live, on-demand match content each week, the FQTV Match Centre will also feature highlights packages and other FQ video content.