Over the weekend, Arizona State football players teased some significant NIL news coming this week. On Monday, they announced the launch of the Tempe NIL Club.

According to a release players shared to social media, the Tempe NIL Club is a “membership-based community that allows fans to financially support and interact with our team.” There is no minimum commitment amount to join the community, though there are incentives for higher monthly commitments.

The group promises meet-and-greets with players as well as exclusive player-generated content covering games, recruiting, and practices. The TNC website also features a message board and a chat room that appears to let fans talk directly with participating players.


The group says that proceeds from the NIL club will go directly to the team, a group of 75-plus football players participating in the community.

Interested Arizona State fans can sign up here.

The announcement of another new NIL endeavor comes just a few weeks after the Sun Angel Collective was unveiled — an organization created by Arizona State boosters designed to help support the NIL efforts of ASU’s student-athletes.