Soligo, a 20-year-old Victorian, had already cemented his future at West Lakes until the end of 2025, however, Friday's deal secures the up-and-coming midfielder in Adelaide for a staggering six further seasons.
He is next set to come out of contract at the end of the 2029 season.
Soli's sticking around 🥳
— Adelaide Crows (@Adelaide_FC) June 16, 2023
Adelaide list boss Justin Reid praised Soligo's football intelligence and is thrilled to be able to secure the midfielder's long-term services.
"Jake is an incredibly smart player who makes good decisions and works just as hard on his game," Reid said in a club statement.
"We couldn't be happier with how he has bought into the culture and environment of the group, and fitted into our team in such a short period of time.
"He's really added to our midfield with his mixture of toughness and class and we are thrilled that he's committed to the club long-term as our young group emerges together."
Soligo expressed his appreciation for the Crows' culture, citing the support from the coaching and playing groups.
"The way everyone here has welcomed me and my family and made us feel part of it since day one is really important to me," Soligo said in the statement.
"And the support from the coaches and players in my first two years, I couldn't ask for more.
"I'm very excited to see where we can go as a team and that's why I've signed on – I want to win a flag with this group one day and believe we can do it."
Soligo's gargantuan deal comes just a day after the Crows announced they were re-signing off-contract midfielder Chayce Jones to a three-year extension.
With Soligo and Jones signing on back-to-back days, young dynamo Josh Rachele appears to be the next Crow in line to receive a lucrative extension.
Soligo's Crows are on their bye this weekend before they prepare to face Collingwood at the MCG in a blockbuster Round 15 bout.