Stream AFL Online with Fox Footy

Obsessed with AFL? Fox Footy gets you. The Foxtel channel brings you every game live with no ad-breaks, as well as extensive coverage of everything that’s going on behind the scenes. It all begins the 22nd of March with the traditional Carlton v Richmond clash.

AFL fans can breathe easily. There’s no reason to miss a minute of the action thanks to Fox Footy, the Foxtel channel in charge of bringing you all the latest news in the AFL universe.

Subscribers get to see every game of every round LIVE, with no ad-breaks siren to siren. Expert commentators and analysts are ready to take you once again through every mark, every tackle, and every moment of play. Moreover, you’ll get extensive coverage of everything that’s going on behind the scenes, so you can be up-to-date on everything regarding your favourite team.

Must See AFL 2018 on TV

The excitement begins with the inaugural edition of AFLX 2018, a fast flowing weekend of T20 style Footy. A fortnight later the preseason warm-up matches commence across 3 weeks (Feb 24 – March 11) with the 2018 AFL JLT Series, before the traditional Carlton v Richmond clash kicks off the official premiership season on the evening of Thursday, March 22.

April brings the Geelong Cats vs Hawthorn on Easter Monday, the season’s first Sydney Derby as well as the first Western Derby, and the AFL’s longest standing rivalry, Collingwood vs Carlton. The action continues into the month of May, which features a round 9 match between Gold Coast and Port Adelaide at the Jiangwan Stadium in Shanghai, China, following from last year’s successful trip to Asia. June delivers the traditional Queen’s Birthday Bash, when Melbourne take on the Magpies on Monday the 11th. July and August also promise to be a fascinating months, with the Grand Final replay between the Tigers and Crows on July 6, Showdown 43 on August 5, the fourteenth edition of the QClash (August 18), plus much more as shown in this 2018 AFL TV Guide.

Per broadcasting agreements the AFL on Free to Air will not be available for every round or in all locations. Fox Footy is part of the Foxtel Sports Combo, which comes with tons of sports channels to cover a wide array of sports interests. Including the brand new Fox League (NRL) and, of course, all FOX SPORTS channels.

Stream AFL 2018 LIVE – 2 Weeks Free Trial

Being away from your TV doesn’t equal missing games anymore. Every Foxtel subscription comes with Foxtel Go, the handy app that allows you to stream the AFL live on an eligible mobile device. The app is completely free and you can start streaming the same day you sign up.

Alternatively, you can also watch Fox Footy via the newly launched Foxtel Now which offers a Free 2 weeks trial. Due to licensing rights, the channel is not available for PCs or Macs, but you can tune in and watch the AFL live online using other devices. A Foxtel Go subscription is also included so fans can watch their favourite sport wherever you go.

Watch the AFL Live with Foxtel Now – 2 Weeks Free Trial Offer

Watch every match of the AFL Premiership LIVE before the grand final (Mac & PC excluded)

Live AFL TV Fixtures

Round 3
Fri April 6: Carlton v Collingwood 7.50pm (7mate/Fox)
Sat April 7:Port Adelaide v Brisbane Lions 1.45pm (Fox)
Sat April 7: Melbourne v North Melbourne 2.10pm (Fox)
Sat April 7: Gold Coast Suns v Fremantle 4.35pm (Fox)
Sat April 7: Sydney Swans v GWS Giants 7.25pm (Fox)
Sat April 7: St Kilda v Adelaide 7.25pm (7mate/Fox)
Sun April 8: Richmond v Hawthorn 1.10pm (Fox)
Sun April 8: Western Bulldogs v Essendon 3.20pm (7mate/Fox)
Sun April 8: West Coast Eagles v Geelong 4.40pm (Fox)

Round 4
Fri April 13: Adelaide v Collingwood 7.50pm (7mate/Fox)
Sat April 14: GWS Giants v Fremantle 1.45pm (Fox)
Sat April 14: Richmond v Brisbane Lions 2.10pm (Fox)
Sat April 14: Western Bulldogs v Sydney Swans 4.35pm (Fox)
Sat April 14: North Melbourne v Carlton 7.25pm (7mate/Fox)
Sat April 14: West Coast Eagles v Gold Coast Suns 8.10pm (Fox)
Sun April 15: Essendon v Port Adelaide 1.10pm (Fox)
Sun April 15: Hawthorn v Melbourne 3.20pm (7mate/Fox)
Sun April 15: Geelong v St Kilda 4.40pm (Fox)

Round 5
Fri April 20: Sydney Swans v Adelaide 7.50pm (Seven/Fox)
Sat April 21: St Kilda v GWS Giants 1.45pm (Fox)
Sat April 21: Carlton v West Coast Eagles 4.35pm (Fox)
Sat April 21: Port Adelaide v Geelong Cats 7.40pm (Fox)
Sat April 21: Fremantle v Western Bulldogs 8.10pm (Fox)
Sun April 22: N Melbourne v Hawthorn 3.20pm (Seven/Fox)
Sun April 22: Brisbane Lions v Gold Coast Suns 4.40pm (Fox)
Tue April 24: Melbourne v Richmond 7.25pm (Seven/Fox)
Wed April 25: Collingwood v Essendon 3.20pm (Seven/Fox)