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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It's a bit crazy in the US right now, but nothing will stop the Super Bowl, the iconic annual championship game for the National Football League. The 53rd Super Bowl (also known as Super Bowl LIII) is set to kick off in a few days' time, pitting the New England Patriots against the LA Rams.
If you're in Australia and want to tune in on the game and festivities, here's how you can do it. (Even if you're at work.)
It's hard to believe but another footy season is almost behind us. (Where did the year go?) In a few hours, the Sydney Roosters will take on Melbourne Storm to decide the 2018 NRL Premiership. Here's everything you need to know about viewing the NRL Final — whether you're planning to watch on TV, online, down the pub or in the stadium.
They don't call it the 'World Game' for nothing: Alongside the Summer Olympics, the FIFA World Cup is the biggest sporting event on the planet. Over four weeks, the best 32 teams in the world will compete in 64 games to determine a winner. Here's everything you need to know about watching the 2018 World Cup in Australia.
The World Cup is officially underway. If you watch to stream all the action on your computer, we've detailed how to make that happen here.
The match times for World Cup fixtures this year are a little less punishing for Aussie fans then they were four years ago, but if you're like me, you'll still probably watch some of the earlier games on your phone from the cosy comfort of bed.
Hello friends, and welcome back to Will It Sous Vide?, the column where I usually make whatever you want me to with my immersion circulator. Today we're sous vide-ing an iconic, spicy and saucy little number: the famed chicken wing.
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.