Welcome to ‘Dub Zone’: Innovative Liberty A-League Program launched for 2022/23

The A-Leagues have unveiled their brand new, innovative matchday show ‘Dub Zone’, kicking off on the opening day of the Liberty A-League season on Saturday November 19.

The new studio show, which was announced at today’s Liberty A-League season launch, will give fans unprecedented access to engage directly with the stars of the program through social media discussion.

The panel, which includes a host, lead commentator, pundit and journalist, will focus on a main feature match, while providing updates and discussing simultaneous games. 


  • Live coverage of simultaneous games
  • An expert lineup featuring former players and coaches
  • Airing at 2.45pm (AEDT) every Saturday on 10 Play, 10 Football and A-Leagues Facebook
  • Each individual game featured in Dub Zone is still available as an individual broadcast on Paramount+ and 10 Play

Dub Zone will feature a rotating panel of hosts Paramount ANZ’s Niav Owens and Briana Goodchild, with Kat Haddad as social media host and Teo Pellizzeri as lead commentator, while an expert line-up including former players and coaches will join the show including Grace Gill, Melissa Barbieri, Michelle Heyman, Teresa Polias, Leah Blayney and Catherine Cannuli.

There will also be three brand-new commentators – Taryn Heddo, Pokuah Frimpong and Georgia Rajic – who have come through the APL’s talent development programme.

Dub Zone and all matches of the 2022-23 season will be available live and free via 10 Play, while also being live streamed on 10 Football and A-Leagues Facebook pages each round.

Additionally, all matches will be available to stream live on Paramount+.

Liberty A-League season launch. Image: AAP

“Since unbundling from Football Australia two years ago, we have already expanded the Liberty A-League Women to 11 teams (with one more to come next year) and extended the season to 20 rounds (22 next year) to ensure that we are creating the league of the future,” Danny Townsend, CEO of Australian Professional Leagues said.

“We are on the precipice of the most exciting period in the history of our game with the FIFA Women’s World Cup just months away, and we want to make sure that everyone in Australia has the opportunity to experience women’s football.

“The Dub Zone is an important part of that – it is an innovative show designed to showcase the best of the women’s game in a fresh format, with brand new and exciting talent.”