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October 11, 2016

NAB take the naming rights to AFL Women’s League

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Current AFL sponsor National Australia Bank has signed on as the title sponsor of the inaugural AFL Women’s League.

The deal officially names the competition as the NAB AFL Women’s League.

It has been reported by the Herald Sun reported that the deal is for three-years, with the option of a further three years. The report also prices the deal between $2 million – $3 million a year.

NAB has also extended its partnership with AFL’s Auskick and the AFL player pathway programme for a further six years until 2022. The bank has been associated with the AFL for the past 14 years.

The eight-team AFL Women’s League will take place in February and March next year.


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