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Data Snapshot: Australia 2022

Australia’s five biggest rights-holders – the Australian Football League (AFL), National Rugby League (NFL), Cricket Australia (CA), Rugby Australia (RA) and Tennis Australia – will generate approximately A$350m (€232m/$246m/£199m) in central sponsorship revenue in 2022, an increase of about five per cent on the A$333.5m recorded in 2021.

The total accounts for payment committed at the contract-signing stage and does not account for adjustments to payments that may have been made because of the Covid-19 pandemic.

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