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How to watch AFL games from the US

With the season in full swing, now’s not the time to miss out on the exciting action.

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The 2020 season of the Australian Football League (AFL) is set to return on June 10 after it was halted due to the coronavirus pandemic. Reduced to 20 rounds this season looks to be one of the most hotly contested in years, with several teams shaping up to be legitimate contenders to win it all. And you can still tune in — even if you’re not in Australia.

How to stream AFL games from outside Australia

The easiest way to keep up with the AFL when overseas is with Watch AFL, the official platform to watch every AFL match live and on-demand while traveling outside Australia. You can get weekly, monthly or yearly passes to make sure you don’t miss a minute of the action. They’re priced at $17, $33 and $165 respectively.

The platform brings you every AFL Premiership and Finals Series match including the Grand Final as well as every AFLW, and 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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    PaulaSeptember 20, 2019

    I have my apple mac plugged into tv via hdmi cable. It displays my screensaver on the tv but not the aflapp that is open and ready to watch. Does anyone know how to fix this?

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      BrianSeptember 20, 2019Staff

      Hi Paula,
      Thanks to reaching out to us! Once your Macbook is plugged into the TV via HDMI cable, you’ll need to drag the video window to the far part of your screen as though you were taking it outside of the boundaries of your laptop screen, which should make it appear on your secondary display – in this case, your TV screen.

      Your other option is to go into the Displays part of your Preferences folder on your Macbook. After you click on “Detect Displays”, you’re going to want to choose the “mirroring” option, which should make content between your laptop and TV display identically.

      Hope either of these options help!

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