How to watch AFL September 2020 games live from the UK

With the AFL season finally back, now’s not the time to miss out on the exciting action.


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With the AFL resuming the 2020 season on 11 June following the coronavirus pandemic, there is enormous interest over which team can handle the abbreviated season best and emerge as this year’s premier. You won’t want to miss a minute. But what if you’re travelling overseas or live in the UK just as your favourite team is gearing up for an important match? No worries, you have some options.

How to live stream AFL in the UK

The easiest way to keep up with the footy when overseas is with Watch AFL. The official platform to watch every AFL match live and on demand while outside of Australia, similar to Watch NRL. You can get weekly, monthly or yearly passes to make sure you don’t miss a minute of the action. They’re priced at £13, £25 and £130 respectively.

The platform brings you every AFL Premiership and finals series match as well as every AFLW and Marsh Community Series match. Plus, you get access to the 24/7 FOX Footy channel with news, analysis and entertainment.

The Watch AFL platform allows you to pause and rewind live matches or download matches for offline viewing. You can watch on your computer via the Watch AFL website or download the app on your mobile device. To catch the action on the big screen, watch on your TV with Airplay or Chromecast or via the Watch AFL Apple TV app.

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Watch AFL live in the UK

Watch every game of the AFL season live or on demand. Weekly, monthly and annual subscriptions available.

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