ASU Football Players Come Out with Tempe NIL Club

Arizona Sports News online

On Sunday, Arizona State football players posted a nearly identical message on their social media accounts:

ASU nation, tomorrow we’re releasing a HUGE NIL update that involves our whole team… gonna need your support #ForksUp

Monday, that plan was unveiled in the Tempe NIL Club

“The Tempe NIL Club is a membership-based community that allows fans to financially support and interact with our team,” the player statement said. 

The club website says TNC is a play-led community and the players are working with YOKE, a company that will oversee tax and compliance, website development, marketing and analytics.

Any monthly commitment to the club will give access to the TNC and will equally support the 75+ team members participating in the club. 

The statement also included club benefits also include meet-and-greet and Q&As with players, film breakdowns and a community message board.

This club is up and running just three weeks after the Sun Angel Collective was unveiled. It is an organization created by ASU boosters with the intention to operate as a public charity for Sun Devil athletes through Name, Image and Likeness.