It’s do or die for the Richmond Tigers and St Kilda Saints when they clash in the second AFL semi-final. This is The Roar’s ultimate guide to live streaming the match online, or watching it on TV.
The match will begin at 7:50pm (AEDT) and will be played at Metricon Stadium on the Gold Coast. Richmond were defeated by Brisbane in their qualifying final, while St Kilda defeated the Western Bulldogs by three points in their semi-final.
You’ll have two options if you want to watch this match on TV.
If you have a valid Foxtel TV subscription, the best option will be Fox Footy.
Fox Footy will have a simulcast of Channel Seven’s coverage, which will be available through Foxtel channel 504, or 258 in HD.
If free-to-air is you’re only option, flick to Channel Seven. They’ll have live coverage too, although it may be on 7mate depending on which state you’re in.
If you’d rather live stream the match, you’ll have plenty of options.
Kayo Sports is arguably the best option – it’s a streaming service that lets you stream any of Foxtel’s sporting content on your preferred device.
Subscribing to Kayo will run you $25 a month, but there is an option for a two-week free trial if you’ve never used the service before.
Foxtel Now is another option. It’s a streaming service that lets you access all of Foxtel’s content – not just sport.
Foxtel GO is the best option if you’ve already got a Foxtel subscription – it lets you stream whatever channels you’ve got in your plan.
Another option is an AFL Digital Pass, which online works on your mobile device – but it might be free if you’re a Telstra mobile customer.
Finally, there’s the free option in 7Plus. Just make a free account with your email address and you can watch their coverage without charge.
Here at The Roar, you’ll be able to follow all the action with our live scores, blogs, highlights, reaction and analysis for every game.