The greatest prize in Aussie football is up for grabs this Sunday when Perth Glory plays host to the Sydney FC. They were the top two sides at the end of the regular season and are each deserving of their spot on the final day of the season.
The match will be played at Optus Stadium in Perth, a ground which has predominantly been used for Australian Rules football and cricket since opening in January of 2018. This will be just the second soccer match ever to be played there, and you won’t miss a minute of the action when watching it live using a standard or HD TV, as well as with mobile streaming options through a Free Trial.
2019 A-League Grand Final Preview
Perth and Sydney head into the 2019 Grand Final having endured vastly different histories since the league began 14 years ago. For the Glory, it’s a chance to live up to their name for the first time, having never tasted the ultimate success in the A-League. This will be just their second appearance at the big dance, the only other occasion occurring back in 2012 when they lost in heartbreaking fashion to the Brisbane Roar, who scored two goals in the last ten minutes to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat. In contrast, Sydney FC has been one of the most successful clubs in the league, with their three titles the equal most of any club. A win here and they can officially declare themselves the most successful club in A-League history.
Perth were the dominant side all season and have the home ground advantage, but there is plenty of reason for Sydney FC to feel confident as well. The visitors won through to the Grand Final on the back of a dominant 6-1 win over the side that ousted them in last year’s semi-final, the Melbourne Victory, while Perth only just scraped past Adelaide United courtesy of a penalty shoot-out. Sydney FC also has a significant advantage in terms of finals experience having won two years ago and reached a semi-final last year, and won two of three games between the two sides this year. But with Perth the best side throughout the year and in front of what will no doubt be a raucous home crowd, it shapes up as a Grand Final to remember, and it wouldn’t surprise to see this one extend past 90 minutes.
Perth Glory vs Sydney FC Live TV Times
When: Sunday 19 May, 2019
Pre-game at 6.00pm (Foxtel/Kayo Sports)
Live TV kickoff: Foxtel/Kayo Sports/10Bold at 6.30pm (AEST)
Grand Final Replay, Sunday 19 May: On-demand available on Kayo Sports
*Shown as Sydney time, adjust for regional differences.
Free Trial Offer – Stream the Grand Final Live
The only channel in Australia broadcasting the Hyundai A-League Grand Final ad-break free and live as it happens is Fox Sports 501, which can be accessed through either Foxtel or Kayo Sports.
So if you aren’t a subscriber take a moment to review the Kayo Sports 14 days Free online TV trial, which has no lock-in contract so you’re free to opt in or opt out as you see fit, and offers live A League Grand Final streaming to eligible mobile devices within just minutes of getting started.
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A League Grand Final on Free to Air
This year’s Grand Final will be on Free to Air TV with channel 10Bold telecasting the match, but there will be ad-breaks and several will come during play. The actual start time for this must see match is 6.30pm AEST, and Tenplay is also offering the A League Grand Final on Free to Air through their on-demand platform, which may cause a delay in the broadcast so be sure to stay away from the radio, PC, TV and your noisy neighbours.
How to Stream the A-League Grand Final
The Kayo Sports streaming service offers extensive A-League coverage in 2019, with every match available live and ad-break free during play, including the Grand Final. Plus, each and every one of these matches will be available on-demand, so if you miss a key game it’s easy enough to catch up whenever it suits you. What’s more, Kayo offers A League streaming options on a wide range of devices and browsers, including – select PC and Macs, iOS and Android phones and tablets, Apple and Telstra TV, the Google Chromecast and Chromecast Ultra (HD), as well as Safari, Firefox, Chrome and Microsoft Edge, with new apps and platforms soon to be added. If you’re looking for a step-by-step guide on how to stream the A League in Australia, here’s a full list of devices that can be used.
|Device List||User Guide|
|PC/Mac||Yes, web browser only (Chrome, Safari, Firefox and Edge)|
|iOS/Android Phones/Tablets||Yes, via native apps (iOS 11 and Android 6 minimum).|
|Google Chromecast||Yes, the Chromecast Ultra or 3rd Generation required for 1080p HD, otherwise 720p.|
|Telstra TV||Yes, Split View not available; TTV1 limited to 720p.|
|Android TV||Yes, via app for version 7.0 and up.|
|Samsung Smart TVs||App in development – coming soon|
|PS4 and Xbox One||Apps in development – coming soon|