Sports Entertainment Network have signed a three-year deal with WA’s leading regional football competition, the Southwest Football League (SWFL).
From next season Western Australians will be able to hear the SWFL match of the round each week on on SENSpirit 621. The games will also be streamed on the SEN app.
Southwest League general manager, Simone Nani (pictured right) says the league are thrilled to partner with SEN, “The SWFL are very excited to work alongside SEN as their new media partner. SEN’s commitment to community sport is a great fit for the SWFL.
“The platforms, exposure, and the ability to work with the local SEN team will ensure we can bring the SWFL product to everyone within our community and across Australia”.
SENSpirit 621 station manager Travis Green says the station was honoured to be the first of many moves around Australia for SEN into local sport, “To extend that local commitment to work with the Southwest Football League in Western Australia and the local community in the Southwest is an honour.
“The SWFL is a huge part of our community and hosts some sensational local football every weekend. And the opportunity to watch matches live to on the SEN app as well as listen on SENSpirit 621 is great for local fans.
“We can’t wait for SENSpirit to become the league’s new media home.”
In addition to this deal, the station has a new program launching called On the Ball – Summer Edition.
Kicking off from November 5th, the show will be hosted by Alan Crane and Aaron Evans and cover all the Summer seasonal sports such as local cricket.