Football Federation Australia (FFA) and the A-League, have renewed with title sponsor Hyundai for a further four years, reports, .
Furthermore, the FFA also announced that the new contract will increase the South Korean car manufacturer's involvement with the Westfield W-League, Caltex Socceroos and Westfield Matildas.
The financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. Hyundai has been the A-league's major sponsor since its inception in 2005.
"Hyundai has been a fantastic supporter and partner of the A-League since before the competition's inception," said David Gallop, the FFA's chief executive.
"It is great news they have agreed to continue the relationship for a further four years.
"Hyundai's support now runs through the pyramid of Australian Football from the grassroots to our flagship competitions."
Hyundai will, in addition, donate AU$600,000 (US$449,500) to grassroots soccer in Australia.
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