The third season of the NAB AFL Women’s League explodes into action on February 2nd and using the information in this guide you will be able to watch every home-and-away match, as well as the Grand Final LIVE.
The 2019 edition of the AFLW will see the addition of two new teams, the AFLW Geelong Cats and North Melbourne Kangaroos. The ten-team competition will this year be split into two conferences, with each team playing four matches against their conference rivals and three cross-conference fixtures. In total, 35-matches will be staged over seven weeks, with Collingwood and Geelong kicking off the action on Saturday, 2 February 2019, at GMHBA Stadium in Victoria. The Women’s AFL season will conclude with the Grand Final on Saturday, 30 March, when the top two teams play for the third-ever AFLW championship.
The ten teams to compete in the NAB AFL Women’s League are Collingwood, Carlton, Adelaide, Greater Western Sydney, Western Bulldogs, Fremantle, Melbourne, Geelong, North Melbourne and Brisbane Lions. Unlike the inaugural season, there will be no double-headers with the Men’s JLT Community series pre-season fixtures, and this time out Adelaide, Fremantle, Greater Western Sydney and Melbourne will each play four games at their home stadiums. Last season the Western Bulldogs took the minor premiership and are the reigning Grand Final champions, but as you tune in to see if they can defend their title, don’t look for every match of the Womens AFL free to air in Australia.
How to Stream the AFLW Free
The free-to-air AFLW 2019 broadcaster will once again be Channel Seven, and as shown in the schedule below, the network will air two games nationally per week LIVE and Free, plus all the non-Victorian clubs’ matches into their respective local markets. Network Seven will also offer a limited number of matches across the free 7Mate online app, while the Pay-TV AFL Women’s League rights belong to Foxtel, and will be televised on the Fox Footy channel, as well as the Kayo Sports streaming service which is currently offering a 14 day free trial.
Don’t Forget the Men’s AFL
The women’s league will coincide with the annual Men’s 2019 AFL pre-season, the JLT Community Series, formerly known as the NAB Challenge, which will run from February 28 to March 11, 2019, LIVE on Fox Footy and likewise available on Kayo Sports. Fans will be treated to unprecedented pre-season coverage, with Fox Footy and Kayo Sports delivering 18 matches across February and March – live and exclusive. This pre-season action will be immediately followed by the live airing of the 2019 AFL premiership, which kicks off on Thursday, the 21st of March, with every match in every round broadcast on Foxtel and Kayo Sports.
AFLW 2019 Grand Final LIVE TV Time
Grand Final Date: Sunday the 31st of March (Sydney time)
LIVE TV: Adelaide v Carlton, Adelaide Oval, 1.30pm (Foxtel/Seven/Kayo)
Watch or Stream the AFL Live
If you are looking for Women’s AFL League action then Foxtel and Kayo Sports are the place for you, with every game of every round of both the men’s and women’s 2019 Premiership season’s shown live, in HD and ad-break free, through a combination of Fox Sports Australia and Fox Footy, their dedicated AFL channel.
If you’re a resident of Australia you may wish to check out the 14 day Kayo Sports free trial which has no lock-in contract and will stream both the Men’s and Women’s footy action LIVE. With Kayo you can watch the AFL Women online from the comfort of home, or if you’re out and about you can stream the AFLW live to a range of eligible mobile devices.*
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2019 AFL Women’s League Live TV Fixtures (AEDT)
February 2: Geelong v Collingwood, GMHBA Stadium, 6.40pm
February 2: Adelaide v Western Bulldogs, Norwood Oval, 8.40pm
February 3: North Melbourne v Carlton, North Hobart Oval, 1.05pm
February 3: Melbourne v Fremantle, Casey Fields, 3.05pm
February 3: Brisbane v GWS, Moreton Bay Sports Complex, 5.05pm
February 8: GWS v North Melbourne, Drummoyne Oval, 7.15pm
February 9: Collingwood v Melbourne, Victoria Park, 4.45pm
February 9: Western Bulldogs v Geelong, Victoria University Whitten Oval, 7.15pm
February 10: Carlton v Adelaide, Ikon Park, 4.05pm
February 10: Fremantle v Brisbane, Fremantle Oval, 6.05pm
February 15: North Melbourne v Western Bulldogs, University of Tasmania Stadium, 7.15pm
February 16: GWS v Carlton, Blacktown International Sportspark, 4.45pm
February 16: Fremantle v Collingwood, Fremantle Oval, 7.15pm
February 17: Adelaide v Geelong, Norwood Oval, 2.35pm
February 17: Brisbane v Melbourne, Hickey Park, 4.35pm
February 23: Geelong v Carlton, GMHBA Stadium, 4.45pm
February 23: Western Bulldogs v Brisbane, Victoria University Whitten Oval, 7.15pm
February 23: Adelaide v Fremantle, TIO Stadium, 9.35pm
February 24: Collingwood v GWS, Morwell Recreation Reserve, 2.05pm
February 24: Melbourne v North Melbourne, Casey Fields, 4.05pm
March 2: Brisbane v Geelong, Moreton Bay Sports Complex, 4.45pm
March 2: Carlton v Collingwood, Ikon Park, 7.15pm
March 3: GWS v Melbourne, Blacktown International Sportspark, 2.05pm
March 3: North Melbourne v Adelaide, Avalon Airport Oval, 4.05pm
March 3: Fremantle v Western Bulldogs, Fremantle Oval, 6.05pm
March 9: Geelong v Fremantle, GMHBA Stadium, 2.35pm
March 9: Collingwood v North Melbourne, Marvel Stadium, 4.45pm
March 9: Western Bulldogs v Melbourne, Marvel Stadium, 7.15pm
March 10: Adelaide v GWS, Unley Oval, 2.05pm
March 10: Carlton v Brisbane, Ikon Park, 4.05pm
March 15: GWS v Geelong, UNSW Canberra Oval, 7.15pm
March 16: Melbourne v Adelaide, Casey Fields, 4.45pm
March 16: Fremantle v North Melbourne, Fremantle Oval, 7.15pm
March 17: Collingwood v Brisbane, Victoria Park, 2.05pm
March 17: Western Bulldogs v Carlton, Victoria University Whitten Oval, 4.05pm
March 23: Carlton v Fremantle, Ikon Park, 2.45pm
March 24: Adelaide v Geelong, Adelaide Oval, 1.10pm
March 31: Adelaide v Carlton, Norwood Oval, 1.00pm
Per broadcasting agreement, there will be fifteen games of the AFLW on free-to-air in Australia – a total of fourteen matches during the premiership season as well as the Grand Final.