The AFL Grand Final makes history again, but you may not be able to watch the match on your favorite streaming device.
The big day, in this case the night, has finally arrived.
Fans are adjusting to see if the devil can break the painful 57-year wait awaiting the Premiership with the Western Bulldogs.
The first AFL Grand Final in Perth will begin at 5:15 pm local time (7:15 pm AEST).
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How to read the AFL Grand Final
The AFL Grand Final will be available on channels 7 and 7 HD, free-to-air channels, starting at 2:00 pm.
Matches can be livestreamed on 7Plus, but only on the following devices:
Samsung Tizen (2019 and later)
Android TV / Google TV (but only with smart TV or set-top box)
Importantly, you can’t watch the contest on your desktop, tablet, or mobile device.
You also can’t use Chromecast to cast the AFL Grand Final to your TV.
Stupid fans outside Australia View AFLIt features a special subscription price of AU $ 40 for streaming the Grand Finals. View AFL It can be used on mobile phones, tablets, desktops, Chromecast, Airplay, or Apple TV apps.
Fox Footy, meanwhile, has a big hit football coverage from 2:00 pm to 11:15 pm. You can also watch the Grand Final replay on Fox Footy from 11:15 pm.
The official pre-match festival begins at 6:15 pm. This includes pre-match entertainment, Welcome to Country and national anthem performances.