Holds the free-to-air broadcast rights for all matches, including the finals, while Fox Sports is the pay-TV broadcast partner. It lets you watch every single AFL match across the regular season – and of course all the final series and AFL Grand Final Live For Free
|Team||Richmond vs Geelong Cats|
|Time||6:30 pm AEST / 7:30 pm AEDT|
|Venue||Brisbane Cricket Ground, Gabba|
|Watch Live:||WATCH NOW AFL FINAL|
When is the 2020 AFL Grand Final?
The 2020 AFL Grand Final will be held on Saturday 24 October at the Brisbane Cricket Ground, more commonly referred to as The Gabba.
Who will be playing?
RICHMOND vs GEELONG CATS
Saturday October 24, 7:30pm AEDT at the Gabba
How can I watch AFL Live Stream for free?
The more likely method of viewing it will be via broadcast or streaming. Thankfully for all, the grand final is always exclusively shown on free-to-air television so everyone can tune in without paying a cent.
The time and schedule are still to be announced but it’ll be on Channel Seven or 7Plus either way.
If you end up being busy that night but still want to catch the big game, streaming service Kayo will have it available for re-runs.
How to Watch AFL Grand Final Live Stream Free Online
Fubo TV’s offerings include CBS, Fox, NBC, and the AFL Network. AFL fans can watch all that action as part of Fubo’s basic $45/month subscription package. But they won’t find Monday Night Football games because there is no ESPN.
DirecTV Now ($50-and up) includes all the broadcast networks you need for AFL live stream action, including CBS, Fox, NBC, and ESPN. But there is no AFL Network and that will cost you a handful of games.
Hulu with Live TV
Hulu with Live TV ($45) is similar to DirecTV Now in that it carries all the major networks, but does not include the AFL Network. Neither service allows access to the AFL Red Zone either.
Sling TV includes Fox, NBC, and the AFL Network in its $25/month “Blue” package. You’ll need to upgrade to the combined Orange and Blue packages ($40) to get ESPN. But you can’t upgrade enough to find CBS or much of the AFC schedule on Sling TV.
Sony’s PlayStation Vue
Sony’s PlayStation Vue includes NBC, CBS, Fox, and ESPN in its basic ($45) subscription package. Fans looking at the AFL Network can pay a bit more to upgrade to its Core Package ($50) and complete their AFL experience.