The 2020 Australian Football League finals series will be the 124th annual edition of the AFL finals series, the Australian rules football tournament staged to determine the winner of the 2020 AFL premiership season. The series is scheduled to be played over 4 weekends in October, culminating in the 2020 AFL Grand Final on the 24 October 2020. Let See Who is in AFL Grand Final 2020
Qualification Finals series
Where Will Be the AFL Grand Final ?
AFL Finals venues will be limited to Adelaide Oval (South Australia), the Gabba and Metricon Stadium (Queensland), and in the first week only Optus Stadium (Western Australia). Clubs entitled to home finals but unable to play in their home states will be given the opportunity to nominate a preferred venue for their finals games.
The Grand Final was scheduled in advance to be played at the Gabba, irrespective of the teams involved. It will be the first time ever that the Grand Final is played outside Victoria
AFL Final 2020 Matches
Qualifying Final One (1 vs 4) Qualifying Final Two (2 vs 3) Elimination Final One (5 vs 8) Elimination Final Two (6 vs 7)
Semi Final One (Loser of QF1 vs Winner of EF1) Semi Final Two (Loser of QF2 vs Winner of EF2)
Preliminary Final One (Winner of QF1 vs Winner of SF2) Preliminary Final Two (Winner of QF2 vs Winner of SF1)
Week Four 2020 Toyota AFL Grand Final (Winner of PF1 vs Winner of PF2)
“We also have a contingency. In case there are COVID outbreaks that threaten the viability of safely hosting a crowd outside at the Gabba, we can reduce numbers or move the grand final to Adelaide Oval.
“I want to reiterate the presentations from the other states were outstanding and this was an extraordinarily difficult decision.
“Safety has been a focus this season and will continue to be so.”
Tim McCallum to sing the Australian National anthem at the AFL Grand Final 2020. The Voice alum Tim McCallum will sing the national anthem, after a successful social media campaign to get the long-time Saints fan the gig.
“I sing from a wheelchair, and when I get a good backing or a band behind me, I can actually feel it through my wheelchair – and it feels like it lifts me up,” Mr. McCallum said.
“It’s my dream to sing the national anthem at the AFL grand final, and the fact I can do this in front of my home crowd at the Gabba just makes the occasion even more special.
“I want my performance at the AFL grand final to show people out there – no matter what obstacles life throws at you – that you too can be center-stage.”
This won’t be McCullum’s first national anthem on a national stage.