Capital Football numbers boom as World Cup, sponsor deals 'change the game'

Brittney Levinson
Chris Dutton
Updated March 29 2023 - 11:09am, first published 5:00am
Capital Football says it will reinvest sponsorship money into its junior programs. Picture by Graham Tidy
Capital Football says it will reinvest sponsorship money into its junior programs. Picture by Graham Tidy

Capital Football says it will use a "game-changing" sponsorship to reinvest in pathway programs and referees as it braces for participation rates to boom off the back of a home World Cup and the impending arrival of an A-League Men's side.

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Brittney Levinson

Brittney Levinson

Politics and public service reporter

Brittney is part of the federal political bureau, covering politics, the public service and economics. Brittney joined The Canberra Times in 2021 and was previously the property reporter. Got a news tip? Get in touch: brittney.levinson@canberratimes.com.au

Chris Dutton

Chris Dutton

Sport editor

Chris Dutton has been a sport journalist since 2008, covering rugby union, rugby league, basketball, cricket and soccer. He has covered World Cups and Olympic Games in print and online. Chris has had a stint as news director, but is back in sport to follow the ups and downs. Email: chris.dutton@canberratimes.com.au

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