Titans push boundaries with ‘Real Madrid’ expansion

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With the club unveiling its vision of becoming more than just an NRL club, it looks like the Titans will announce their plans next week, including the inauguration of the netball coach. Titans co-owner Rebecca Frizelle has long championed women in sports and leadership roles and is an advocate for the Titans’ evolution into a multi-sport, community-driven entity. Sport’s biggest rivalry is just around the corner, and you can catch Ashes live and ad-free during the game. New to Kayo? Start your free trial today >A model successfully implemented by major European football clubs like Real Madrid. In the immediate vicinity of the Titans is the Gold Coast Convention Centre, the venue used for the 2018 Commonwealth Games netball competition. Plus, the Gold Coast is home to Netball women’s national for both countries to a large New Zealand-Pacific Island population of over 50,000 who have sports. With the Titans license likely to be announced next week, next will come coach and player announcements, as well as marketing strategies to capitalize on the “landmark” broadcast rights deal earlier this year.Netball Australia, the Super Netball League Commission and Foxtel Group have announced that it will break new ground. A new five-year broadcast and digital rights agreement that will allow every Suncorp Super Netball game to be streamed live and ad-free during the game. The deal, which will run from 2022 to 2026, will ensure that the sport’s elite competition remains freely accessible to the large audience of Australia’s netball fan base as Netball is the country’s #1 women’s team participation sport. The entitlement package includes:— Every game in each round of the Super Netball competition is broadcast live and ad-free during the game on Foxtel Group platforms, including Foxtel and Kayo Sports— Two games are offered live and free as part of the ‘Kayo Freebies’ with each game of the Finals series. The new agreement is also an important source of finance. Support for Super Netball’s eight existing clubs and extra security for its elite players payable by the league. The Suncorp Super Netball League will resume on Saturday, March 26, 2022. The season will start and end earlier than previous years Thursday, July 28 through Monday, August 8 Netball Tasmania has also applied for a license to compete in next season’s Suncorp Super Netball competition.

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