How to stream the 2018 AFL Grand Final
Being outside Australia doesn’t mean you have to miss out on the big footy game.
The 2018 AFL season is almost over, with the Grand Final scheduled for Saturday, September 29, 2018 at 12:30 a.m ET. The event will take place at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
Besides the match itself, footy fans will be able to enjoy plenty of entertainment leading up to the big confrontation. The Grand Final parade will be held through the streets of Melbourne on Friday, September 28, 2018 at the Old Treasury Building. Moreover, Jimmy Barnes and The Black Eyed Peas will perform in the Virgin Australia pre-game show. Barnes will also perform at the Premiership Party after the match.
Where to stream the AFL Grand Final
The Grand Final airs exclusively on Network Seven, but you can also stream the AFL finals, including the Grand Final, to your mobile device on the AFL Live app with a weekly subscription that costs $4.99.
Check to see if there are any viewing parties hosted in your neighborhood by going to the AFL website. Or, even better, you can tune in with Watch AFL and stream the Grand Final online.
Watch AFL allows everyone outside Australia to keep up with the AFL, by offering live streams of matches, as well as replays, news and statistics. It also enables footy fans to pause and rewind live matches or choose where to start watching, as well as download matches for offline viewing. A 12-month subscription costs $189, but there’s also a Finals Series pass available right now, priced at $79. If you’re only interested to stream the 2018 AFL Grand Final, you can get a weekly subscription — which is only $25.
The international streaming service is available on desktop and mobile devices with the Watch AFL website and app. Users can also watch on TV with AirPlay, Chromecast or Apple TV.