Tonights AFL final features a do-or-die clash between the Brisbane Lions and Geelong Cats at The Gabba. Here is all the information you need to stream the game live on TV and online.
Geelong will be looking to continue their inspired form which allowed them to thump Collingwood last weekend. However, the Lions have proven themselves finals-worthy opponents leading up to final and will endeavour to keep their finals run going through to the grand final next week.
The match is set to start at 7:40pm (AEDT). So, that means if you are in Queensland, the final kicks off at 6:40pm. For viewers in Perth, the start is 4:40pm and for viewers in South Australia, it’s 7:10pm. For viewers in the Northern Territory, its 6:10pm.
If you are looking to stream the game online from a device, there are a few options available to you.
Firstly, a popular streaming option is Kayo Sports. The app live streams a multitude of sporting events including the AFL finals and will cost you $25 per month. There is also a free 14-day trial offer for new subscribers.
Alternatively, there is also Foxtel Now. With a sports pack, it will cost you $54 per month, although there is a ten-day free trial available for new customers.
A free streaming option is 7Plus, which allows you to watch the game live on its platform. You will just need to create an account and you will be raring to go.
There is an offer for Telstra mobile customers which offers free sports live streaming through AFL Live Pass. However, if you are not a Telstra customer, the service will cost $99.99 to purchase.
If you are overseas, the official international streaming partner is Watch AFL. They offer a variety of subscriptions, although make sure you check the country you are in is eligible before signing up.
For free-to-air television, the game is hosted by the Seven Network. The Channel can vary depending on which state you are in, so check your TV guide for the correct information.
The pay-TV option is Fox Sports. They stream the game live on their dedicated channel 504 Fox Footy and in HD on 258.
Don’t forget, you can keep updated on the AFL finals right here on The Roar with live-blogging of matches, fan reactions and expert analysis.