AFL Grand Final 2019: This Saturday, AFL fanatics around the country will be cheering on as the 2019 Grand Final is decided between the GWS Giants and Richmond Tigers. Here’s everything you need to know about watching the big game live – whether it’s free-to-air TV, down the pub, online or overseas! When Is The AFL Finals?The 2019 AFL Grand Final will be played at the MCG on September 28.
2019 AFL Grand Final TV Coverage
Date:September 28, 2019
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The channel which is crowned as the official broadcaster of the action is Fox Footy channel. It is available on Foxtel or Kayo Sports. If you are a subscriber of one of the live streaming providers, then you are good to go. The channel will be televising the entire event and all events from the beginning to the end. No matter which team you are following, you can’t go wrong when tuning into the Fox Footy channel. That includes the events which are not available on Free-to-air.
For those who want to use their internet device to watch their favorite teams in action, you could use the live streaming option. You can now watch the AFL final live on the internet.
Even much better, you don’t need to prepare the TV credentials to enjoy the complete AFL Broadcast experience. Fox Footy channel covers all of the favorite teams online via AFL Live Streams.
There are actually three ways to watch the events live online: Foxtel, Kayo Sports, and AFL Live Pass. The officials have confirmed the three options to be eligible for viewers in the country. So, you will want to compare each of them and pick one which is suitable with your desire and preferences.
If you prefer to watch it through your laptop, PC, Smartphone, tablet, or other devices with an internet connection, then subscribing to the AFL Live Pass will be a great thing for you. Thanks to the demands in the internet, now you have many choices to watch AFL final live on the internet. Just make sure that your internet connection is decent enough to stream the video.
How To Watch The AFL Grand Final Online
Unfortunately, Channel 7’s 7Plus web app does not provide live access to AFL games. Instead, you need to download the AFL Live Official App which costs $4.99 per week, $16.99 per month or $99.99 for an annual pass.
Alternatively, there’s the Kayo Sports app which currently offers a free two-week trial. The app includes all the analysis, commentary and review shows that comes with the Fox Footy package.
There’s a very, very big caveat though – you won’t be able to watch the game live. Yup. Access will begin at 6pm AEST. Still, if you’re indisposed for whatever reason during the actual game, this is a good bet.