- Total revenue for TV rights = $175 million for five years
- $35 million each year until 2017
- Fox Sports paid for most of the deal with the Federal Government tipping in for SBS TV's share of the rights
- Deal starts when new 2012/13 A-League season kicks off on October 5
- Fox Sports will show all A-League and Socceroos matches live (outside the FIFA 2014 World Cup tournament due to the Federal Government's anti siphoning law)
- SBS will host one live Sunday A-League fixture per week. The station will also host Socceroos matches on a slight delay
- A-League clubs will currently receive $1.9 million in revenue from the FFA which is to be used for salary caps - about $700,000 short of the total allowed salary cap.
Casey Stoner has hinted at a future in car racing after he retires from MotoGP at the end of the season.
Stoner, 26, is currently recovering from ankle surgery and will quit the sport at the end of the year.
He told Australian Channel Seven: "I'm hoping to go car racing, it's been a long time dream of mine.
"I've had a huge passion for V8s since I've been 12 or 14 years old. In the not too distant future I could be on the grid, you never know."
Theo Walcott says his future at Arsenal is partly dependent on whether he is selected as a striker in the future.
The 23-year-old, who plays predominantly on the wing, is in the final year of his contract and rejected a new five-year deal worth £75,000 a week in August .
"I've been judged, with people saying it's all about money. It's never been that with me," Walcott told BBC Sport.
"Playing up front is important. It's one of the main factors for me."
The England international, who signed for £12.5 from Southampton in 2006, has made four appearances in the league this season, but three as a substitute - scoring one goal.