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THE AFL Grand Final between Richmond and Greater Western Sydney starts at 2.30pm AEST on Saturday, February 9, 2020
If you want an AFL live stream for the 2019 season, or are looking to follow matches on television or radio – you are in luck.
This is the ultimate guide on how to catch every match of the home-and-away series, and the finals.
AFL Live stream online
The best way to live stream the AFL is arguably through Kayo Sports. Kayo is a relatively new streaming service that allows you stream any of Foxtel’s sporting content without the need to subscribe to any other pay-TV packages.
Another way to live stream AFL matches is to use Foxtel Now or the Foxtel App, which allow users to stream Foxtel channels.
The Foxtel App is available for free if you already have an existing Foxtel service. Foxtel Now is better for those who are just looking to access live-streaming services rather than have a traditional installation.
Foxtel Now has a two-week free trial available to new users, and after that costs a monthly subscription fee.
Alternatively, to stream matches in Australia, subscribe to the AFL’s Live Pass service. This service allows you to stream every match of the AFL season live via the AFL app on Android, iOS or Windows mobile devices.
An annual pass to use this service costs $89.99, alternatively, users can purchase a monthly pass at $14.99 per month, or a weekly pass at $4.99 per month. A two-week free trial is available for new customers.
Collingwood’s 2019 was, well, decent – to put it mildly. Defying expectations left, right and centre, the club surged through the season proper, stumbled for a moment early in the finals before steadying to comprehensively defeating premiership favourites Richmond and leap with a splash into a grand final.
That final achievement didn’t go exactly as planned, but no Pies fan would be too disgruntled with that year. That also means, though, that they’ve got a lot to back up this year and the black and white army know it.
Geelong’s 2018, in contrast, was more quiet, qualifying for finals as most expected but failing to progress past their first-up clash with Melbourne.
Not too bad a year, but could’ve been a lot better. Fortunately, Geelong’s been pretty consistent in the last decade or so, so the expectation is that they’ll make finals.
That’s only the expectation, though, and the jury is still out on the reality. Which makes tonight important.
A number of new faces are playing in today’s clash, with Collingwood debuting two (or one, depending on interpretation) and the Cats unveiling six new players.
Collingwood’s properly new Pie is Jordan Roughead, who joined from the Bulldogs in October, while Dayne Beams is also named for a return to the club.
Not new, but integral nevertheless, are Jamie Elliott (his first game since Round 23, 2017), Darcy Moore and Callum Brown.
Geelong’s sending out Luke Dahlhaus and Gary Rohan (former Dog and Swan, respectively), while debuting fresh faces Tom Atkins and Jordan Clark.
Two second-year players, Charlie Constable and Gryan Myers, join a Cats outfit for the first time.
Hard one to pick, to be entirely honest. Geelong’s named a strong side with some talented inclusions, but for me Collingwood’s side – more or less the same, if not stronger – than their grand final outfit is too irresistible to ignore.
I’ll be backing the Pies, then, but fully believe the margin will be tight. I’ll back them by under just 20 points – three goals and some change.