The AFL Grand final is set to take place on the Gold Coast, and the big news on the network is the AFL’s first live stream of the final.
The AFL is now live streaming the grand final on their app, with all matches being streamed for free.AFL.com.au is live streaming all Grand Final games from the Gold and Blue for free until the end of time on Friday night, September 30.
The game starts at 7:30pm AEST, with the finals kicking off at 9:00pm AEDT.
For those who can’t get to the Gold & Blue for the finals, the network will stream the AFL Grand finals live at the same time on their digital channel.
The broadcast will include commentary from the ABC’s Leigh Sales, former Essendon premiership player Andrew Gaff, AFL CEO Gillon McLachlan and AFL chief executive David Gallop.
The ABC’s Andrew Giffen will be joined by AFL CEO David Gallops and Leigh Sales to discuss the 2017 premiership and how it was won.
For fans who can watch the final live on the ABC, the channel will also be streaming the AFL grand final live for free on their platforms, including the ABC Sport app, VIBE and SBS TV, for free before the game kicks off.
Fans can watch live on their mobile devices, with ABC Sport, SBS, ABC Radio, ABC TV, ABC News, SES and VICELAND’s mobile apps all offering live stream options.ABC’s Leigh Sale will be reporting live from the AFL, while the ABC News app and ABC Sport TV will provide live updates for the final match.
Live streaming is also available on Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Samsung Smart TVs.
The first ever AFL Grand Finals live stream has been available for the first time for more than two years and will be available to watch at the ABC Game of the Week.
The first game of the season between the Western Bulldogs and the Sydney Swans will be streamed live on ABC Sports and ABC News.
The streaming of the 2018 grand final is the second live stream to be added to the ABC on Friday, with another live stream being added on Saturday morning.