MATCHES of the Superliga All-Filipino Conference will be shown on Solar Sports, according to league president Ramon 'Tats' Suzara.
The tournament fires off on May 16 at the Cuneta Astrodome and matches will be shown on Sky Cable (Channel 70), Destiny Cable (35), Cignal (55), and Cablelink (58).
Suzara said the PSL's second straight year of partnership with Solar Sports, led by its President Wilson Y. Tieng and Chairman and CEO William Y. Tieng, bodes well for the premier club league as it aims to continue to draw fans.
The PSL opening will also be open to the public.
Tickets are available for free at the Score office, Unit 220, Vito Cruz Tower1, 720 Vito Cruz, Malate Manila (in front of the Philippine Sports Commission building at the Rizal Memorial Sports Complex). Interested fans can also call 3533935 for tickets.
Two-conference champion Philippine Army, now carrying the colors of Generika Drugstore, are still tipped to figure in the championship.
The Lady Troopers, however, expect to meet serious opposition from the souped up Cignal HD Spikers, who challenged them for the Invitational and Grand Prix crowns.
New team AirAsia Flying Spikers, built around two-time UAAP MVP Aby Marano and her La Salle teammates, is being considered as a threat this early.
New team RC Cola-Air Force Raiders are also being tipped as a serious contender while the PLDT Power Attackers, Cagayan Valley Lady Rising Suns and Systema Active Smashers could possibly figure in the championship battle.
The Petron Blaze Spikers will be led by Din-Din Santiago, the top pick overall in the rookie draft.
The Men's Division will have Cignal, PLDT-Air Force, Instituto Estetica Manila, Systema and UP Alumni Team competing for the crown.