The 2019 AFL Premiership Season is upon us. If you're looking to catch every game of the AFL season live and online, then this is the AFL Guide you need.
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Australia's reputation for being the most sports-crazy nation on the planet is well earned and March is prime time for a number of sports. Cricket is coming up to the World Cup and Ashes, the NRL and AFL seasons kickoff and the F1 merry-go-round launches tomorrow in Melbourne. Here are some of the highlights and how to watch them.
18 teams, one cup. The 2018 AFL Premiership Season is upon us and my body is entirely ready for the triumph and heartbreak that is watching Aussie Rules. Whether you're a dyed in the wool Crowie or an every-now-and-again Giants supporter, you're no doubt ready for a big season (no, not you, North Melbourne fans).
If you're looking to catch every game of the AFL season live and online, then this is the AFL Guide you need.
Seems Google is practically throwing it's Home Minis at people, first via eBay and now to weekend footy fans. If you'd like a chance at owning one of the $79 gadgets and live in Victoria, get yourself down to the MCG.
AFL fans have a pretty, uh, rocky, relationship with Telstra's AFL Live Pass. Compared to other livestreaming services, Live Pass is just a little backward.
In 2016, the service was okay, but in 2017, seemingly without warning, the size of the viewing screen was reduced. Fans were not happy. Concerns raised by the ACCC are now seeing Telstra offer refunds.
This past weekend the AFL and the NRL finished up with their huge Grand Finals. You already know the results. Did your team win? The mighty Adelaide Crows - my team - lost. Poorly. If you follow the Crows or the North Queensland Cowboys then, you are probably in the same big, sad boat.
I know. It stings.
But take a paddle and let’s row out of this mess, together.
This Saturday is the biggest day on the Australian sport calendar. No, it’s not The Melbourne Cup – yes, that race stops a nation, but only for a couple of minutes – and no, it’s not State of Origin – only two states care about that. What about the Ashes? Stop it.
This Saturday is all about the AFL Grand Final. Here’s everything you need to know about Australia’s premier sporting event.
This weekend, Saturday September 30, sees the Adelaide Crows take on the Richmond Tigers in the AFL Grand Final. If you’re a rabid fan who has followed either of those teams for 26 weeks, then you definitely want to be there at ‘The Big Dance’. But there’s only 34,000 tickets for club members and the Crows and Richmond have a combined membership well over 100,000.
How can you get tickets?
In this weeks AFL Grand Final, a traditional Victorian team - the Richmond Tigers - will take on a plucky interstate team - the Adelaide Crows. But up until 1990, the AFL wasn't even known as the AFL - it was the Victorian Football League. With the expansion into New South Wales in 1982 and then Queensland, Western Australia and South Australia, the AFL was born. This infographic shows just how big the sport has become.
Australia’s national game, Australian Rules Football, features 22 men on two opposing teams trying to kick an oval ball through the middle of some large, vertical sticks. Over the past 23 weeks, the 18 teams of the Australian Football League (AFL) have tackled, kicked and jumper-punched each other to oblivion, leaving only eight teams to compete for the Premiership Cup.
Tonight, the Finals begin. And even if you hate football, you can’t avoid the conversations.